SHABBAT begins on Friday evening and concludes on Saturday evening. It’s a weekly time (traditionally 25 hours) for us to focus on what really matters: gratitude for our lives and our communities and the growth of our spiritual connectedness. We take the opportunity to pray, sing, meditate and study together at Shabbat services.
Services take place on
candle lightening is at sunset, weekly services starts at 8:30 followed by Shabbat dinner, please contact us to reserve a seat, times may vary.
To celebrate Shabbat-at-Home, we invite you to use our Shabbat-at-Home guide for a how-to do Shabbat at home including the blessings.
We invite you to click here for a how-to guide and blessings
Get together with old friends and meet new ones. Join us and other English Speakers as we get together with fellow Expats living in Moscow. An evening where we enjoy the fact we are can celebrate Shabbat as a Community, the fact that we are “Wandering Jews,” and the fact that we can get together and chat in English. We look forward to greeting you at our next Friday experience at our synagogue, Starting with “Welcome Shabbat” Kabalat Shabbat service. Shabbat Shalom!
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The main address of the synagogue and general contact information is: Kaloshin Pereulok 12, C. 1 119002, Moscow, Russia РљР°Р»РѕС€РёРЅ РїРµСЂ. 12, СЃ.1 119002, РњРѕСЃРєРІР°, Р РѕСЃСЃРёСЏ For questions regarding shabbat please contact: Rabbi Klein T: +7 910 493 31 50 E: RSVP@jewishmoscow.com