Welcome to Adat Jeschurun!

Visit us

We are happy that you are planing to visit our beutiful city and historical shul. At present our services take place in the Bajit at Riddargatan 5 in Stockholm. Our shul's actual interiour is in storage awaiting a new permanent location. As we currently do not have a permanent local, service will be held at different locations depending on occasion. You will find general information about our servies below and updated information on our first page. We have also gathered some other usefull infomration you might need prior to visiting us. Please do not heasitate to contact us if you have any further questions.


Weekday Services (Shacharit

Shacharit service for weekdays are held Monday through Friday:

  • Mondays, Tusedays & Thursdays at 07:30 am
  • Wednesdays & Fridays at 08:00 am; but when
  • Rosh Chodesh, Chol Hamoed and Chanukah falls on a Wednesday & Friday services start at 07:45 am
  • When weekday Shacharit coincides with a Swedish Holiday (Red day/röd dag) Shacharit starts at 09:00 am

Shabbat and Holiday Services

Services for Shabbat, Yom Tov and Swedish holidays are held:

  • Kabbalat services in April, May & August start at 7:30 PM and in June & July services start at 8:00 PM. For all other months please refere to our homepage were we post the times for the weekly services.
  • Shacharit services on Shabbat start at 09:00 am
  • For all other times refer to our homepage or download our Luach/Calendar.


When visiting our insitiutions in Stockholm you will be greated by security staff. Please provide ID if possible, and we ask you in advance to cooperate with the instructions given. If you know you will be visiting us at a specific time/for a specific service, please email the sercurity directly at jss@jfst.se with your details to ensure a smoother visit.


There are a number of hotels located in walking distance from our shul's different locations. Please note that none of these hotels serve kosher food.

Kosher in Stockholm


You can purchase meat, cheese and other kosher items at the Kosher shop, Kosherian.

Address: Riddargatan 5 (inside of the Bajit)
Phone: +4686636580 | Homepage: www.kosherian.se | Facebook: www.facebook.com/kosherian/

Ordinary Operating Hours:
Monday - Thursday 11 am - 6 pm
Friday 9 am - 3 pm

Summer Hours:
June: Monday - Friday 11 am - 6 pm
July to middle of August: Only open Wednesday-Friday 11 am - 4 pm

The café in Bajit

At the dairy cafe in Bajit you can find everything from breakfast and lunch to coffee and cakes. Sitt down and enjoy your meal under the sun-roof or grab it as take-away. Pree-order also available.

Under the supervision of the Orthodox Rabbi at the Jewsih Community in Stockholm.

Open hours:
Monday - Thursday: 7.30 am to 5.30 pm
Friday: 8 am to 3 pm (depending on Shabbat) - Closed during winter
Saturday, Sunday and Chagim: Closed

Address: Riddargatan 5 (inside of the Bait)


There are a lot of products which are checked and approved by the orthodox rabbi. Not all of these products have a visible Hechser. In general, regular plain milk products like yoghurt, milk, butter are kosher, as well as Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Bregott (butter) and a variety of fish. The follwing bread (brands) are checked (most parve, but some are dairy): Schulstad, Pågen, Vivels, Europabagaren. There is a large variety of Ice creams and sweets which is detailed in the downloadable Kosher list.


A small selection of Kosher wine can be found an purchased at selected Systembolaget liquor stores.

Download the complete kosher list (In Swedish).


The following restaurants have no hashgacha, however ingredients have been checked by the orthodox Rabbi:

LAO WAI: Chinese vegan restaurant. Top Choice!
Open for lunch and dinner. Make dinner reservations ahead of time as the restaurant is tiny and popular.
Address: Luntmakargatan 74 | Phone: +4686737800 | Homepage www.laowai.se

MATAPOTEKET: Organic-raw-food-restaurant.
Address: Bondegatan 6 | Phone: +46709990170 | Homepage www.matapoteket.se

FALAFELBAREN: Middle Eastern Vegetarian food.
They have several items on the menue which are vegan, gluten & lactose free.
Address: Hornsgatan 39 | Phone: +46729072637 | Homepage www.falafelbaren.se


The mikvah in Stockholm is temporarily closed. The closest one can be found in Gothenburg, Malmö or Helsinki. The Community will reimburse reasonable travel costs up to 1000 SEK for members of the community. If you are in need of an alternative during your stay please contact us so we can try and help you.

Our histroy

Read a breif history review of the Adat Jeschurun synagogue, its interior and salvage from occupied nazi Germany.

Other questions?

If you have any other questions or looking for more information please contact us at info@jeschurun.se.