Stockholm, Sweden

Sukkat Shalom – Stockholm Jewish Community
Stockholm, Sweden


Progressiv Judendom i Stockholm (PJS) was established in 2005 and is a vibrant and growing part of the Jewish Community of Stockholm. The Community is an “Einheitsgemeinde” (unity congregation) consisting of one conservative (masorti) and two orthodox synagogues, as well as their Progressive minyan, Sukkat Shalom.

Sukkat Shalom has operated without a rabbi and all of their services and events have been organized and led by community members. They hold monthly musical Friday evening services and, when they have a guest rabbi visiting, they hold a weekend-long shabbaton (about 2-3 per year).

In addition, the congregation also has 5-7 bnei mitzvah shabbat morning services per year. Most of their services draw 40-50 participants while on special occasions they have welcomed as many as 80-90 participants.

The Jewish Community of Stockholm is seeking a progressive rabbi to lead the PJS community’s growth and development. They are looking for an enthusiastic and open-minded rabbi, or student-rabbi, who is socially engaged, able to lead their Progressive community’s growth in ritual life, education and pastoral care.



Read the full position description and learn more about the congregation.


Interested applicants should send cover letter and CV to


>> Application deadline: April 28, 2022 <<



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