The Jewish Community of Malmö

Welcome to our community

The Jewish Community of Malmö was founded in 1871. We are a small and vibrant and democratic community of about 500 members. Our community centre at Kamrergatan 11 in Malmö plays a central role for the community members. It houses our administration and information centre, as well as our orthodox rabbi, preschool, kitchen, Jewish associations, education facilities and a combined prayer room and library. It is also a venue for meetings and parties.

Our beautiful synagogue, which was inaugurated in 1903, is located close to the community, at Betaniaplan 2. Services at Malmö synagogue are held mainly on Shabbat and the Jewish holidays. The synagogue services are orthodox. Once or twice a month an egalitarian shabbat service is also held at the community centre.

Please contact us if you need further information.
Telephone: +46-40-611 84 60  (Tuesday through Thursday, noon to 2 PM)

Kosher food
Kosher food can be obtained at the supermarket ICA Kvantum Malmborgs Limhamn, at Linnégatan 48 in Malmö. Look for the small section on the right side towards the end of the supermarket, marked Kosher Delikatesser. It offers frozen assortment: Chicken, hen, turkey, sausage, minced chicken meat, minced beef, minced lamb (from time to time), beef, roastbeef, soup meet, Schnitzels (chicken, turkey), grilled chicken parts, etcetera. There is also colonial produce, such as kabanossen sausages, turkey pastrami, soupmix, gefilte fish, chrein, non-alcoholic kosherwine, candy, and cookies.

Kosher Take Away lunch
We can offer kosher take away lunch from our preschool’s kitchen, only during workdays. The food is kosher under the supervision of community rabbi Moshe-David HaCohen (Ortothodox).
Send request by e-mail to: 3 workdays ahead of time.

Community Rabbi:
Moshe-David HaCohen (orthodox)

Press contacts
Contact our Head of information: Fredrik Sieradzki
mobile: +46 707 68 40 46

To visit the Shabbat service in Malmö Synagogue at Betaniaplan 2, please send a request no later than 3 workdays ahead of Shabbat with a copy of your passport (page with Passport No. and picture) to