Progressive Judaism in Stockholm

Welcome to a new year with Sukkat Shalom! We look forward to offering more activities than ever to our members. Activities and program events characterized by knowledge, community and openness. Together we become stronger in a troubled time!

Activities during February 2024

This coming February, our kehila Sukkat Shalom has six activities planned and in these difficult times, it is very important that you register to be admitted. If you are a member of the Jewish Congregation in Stockholm, please log in before registering to participate.

More information of each activity can be found on the signup pages.
Addresses to each activity will be emailed to you after the final registration date.

Friday, 2 February
Kabbalat Shabbat

We begin at 6pm
Welcome to a kabbalat Shabbat with our kehila, Sukkat Shalom.
We end with a simple kiddush – challah, wine/juice and fruit.

Mandatory registration: Kabbalat Shabbat-2 February
Deadline for registration:  Tuesday,  30 January


Saturday, 10 February
Progressive Saturday service/Shacharit 
We begin at 10 am
Welcome to a Saturday morning service/shacharit with our kehila, Sukkat Shalom. We use the PJS siddur Kol Haneshama, Voice of the Soul during the service. Bring your own if you have.

You can read this week’s parsha before the service:
Parsha Mishpatim (Exodus 21:1-24:18) on Sefaria in hebrew or English

Mandatory registration: Saturday service-10 February
Deadline for registration: Wednesday, 7 February


Sunday, 11 February
Adult Education Seminar
We begin at 10 am
PJS Adult Education is a series of lectures that aim to orient and immerse oneself in various topics within Judaism, religious tradition and that which is particular to progressive Judaism.

Mandatory registration: Adult Education-11 February
Deadline for registration: Wednesday, 7 February


Friday, 23 February
Refugee shabbat
We begin at 6pm
A Sukkat Shalom evening with the theme of Refugee Shabbat. Holding a Refugee Shabbat gives us an evening to dedicate to refugees and asylum seekers.

The service is followed by Sukkat Shalom’s popular potluck dinner. All participants should bring plenty of fish, vegetarian, dairy, fruit, vegetables, or dessert dishes. ATTENTION!! No meat please!

Mandatory registration: Kabbalat Shabbat-23 February
Deadline for registration:  Tuesday, 20 February


Saturday, 24 February
Talking Torah
We begin at 10 am
Join our rabbi, to read and discuss the weekly Torah portion. If you have a preferred translation, please bring it.
The discussion will be mostly in English and no advanced Torah knowledge is required.

Mandatory registration: Torah Study-24 February
Deadline for registration:  Tuesday, 20 February


Sunday, 25 February
Adult Education Seminar
Vi börjar kl 10.00

PJS Adult Education is a series of lectures that aim to orient and immerse oneself in various topics within Judaism, religious tradition and that which is particular to progressive Judaism.

Mandatory registration: Adult education-25 February
Deadline for registration:  Tuesday, 20 February

Activities during January 2024

This coming January, our kehila Sukkat Shalom has three activities planned for this month.
In these difficult times, it is very important that you register to be admitted.
If you are a member of the Jewish Congregation in Stockholm, please log in before registering to participate.

More information of each activity can be found on the signup pages.
Addresses to each activity will be emailed to you after the final registration date.

Friday, 19 January
Kabbalat Shabbat & potluck
We begin at 6pm
Welcome to a musical kabbalat shabbat with our kehila, Sukkat Shalom. The service is followed by Sukkat Shalom’s very popular potluck dinner. Please bring main dishes or desserts; fish, vegetarian, dairy, fruit, vegetables, pastries.

Mandatory registration:  PJS Kabbalat Shabbat & potluck-19 Januari
Deadline for registration: Tuesday, 16 January


Saturday, 20 January
Torah Study/Shiur
Please note: we begin at 12.30 pm
Join our rabbi, Rebecca Lillian, to read and discuss this week’s Torah portion. If you have a preferred translation, please bring it.
The discussion will be mostly in English and no advanced knowledge of Torah is required.

Mandatory registration: PJS talking torah-20 januari
Deadline for registration: Tuesday, 16 January


Sunday, 21 January
Adult Education Seminar
We begin at 10.00 am

Roots and Branches: What can Tu B’shvat, the Festival of the Trees, teach us about the evolution of Jewish holiday customs and beliefs?
Anyone 13+ is welcome.

Mandatory registration:  PJS adult Education- 21 januari
Deadline for registration: Tuesday, 16 January