Progressive Judaism in Stockholm

Stockholm Jewish Community is Searching for a Progressive Rabbi.

Application deadline is April 28, 2022
For more information about the position click here.

Meet the third rabbinical candidate, Kamila Kopřivová

The Jewish Community of Stockholm is recruiting a rabbi for PJS.
We have invited three of the candidates to visit Stockholm.
On June 27-28, it is time for the third and last of them, rabbinical student Kamila Kopřivová, to come here.

Do your best to come and meet her and form your own opinion!

Monday evening, 27 June at 5.30 pm – 6.30 pm approx
Activity for mixed ages (in English with translation)
Theme: How do we meet? How do we meet each other and God? How do we enable ourselves to meet the other? An activity on the concept of meeting.

Tuesday morning, 28 June at 9 am – 10 am approx
Shacharit – morning service with conversation and fika afterwards.
Theme: How and why do we pray? Do we even need to pray?

Mandatory registration for both Monday and Tuesday:  REGISTER HERE
Deadline for registration: Sunday, 27 June

Meet one of the rabbinical candidates – very short notice

The Jewish Community of Stockholm is in the process of recruiting a part-time rabbi for PJS. We have invited two of the candidates to visit Stockholm in June.
The first already next Friday and Saturday, the 17th and 18th of June. This will be Rabbi Lisa Barrett from Manchester.

(Rabbi Rebecca Lillian from Copenhagen, who is also one of the candidates, was here the weekend of 13-14 May.)

Do your best to come and come and meet her and see what you think!

Musical Kabbalah Shabbat
Friday evening, June 17, at 6 p.m.
Singing with PJS. Rabbi Lisa leads us with song and meditation to welcome the Sabbath. Musician Nathaniel Glasser. We have a slightly more elaborate kiddush plus the opportunity to talk with Rabbi Lisa.
Mandatory registration for Friday:  SIGN UP HERE
Deadline for registration: Thursday, 16 June

Saturday morning, June 18, at 10.00
Musical Shacharit with Rabbi Lisa as co-leader and our musician Sonja Kalmering.
Mandatory registration until Saturday:  REGISTER HERE
Deadline for registration: Thursday, 17 June

After kiddush – about 12.00 – Midsummer, the year’s longest Shabbat in the Swedish and Jewish calendar. Exciting activity for all ages.

Save the dates! On June 28-29, Monday-Tuesday, Kamilla Kopricova will be finishing her rabbinical studies this summer.