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Synagogue Community Sukkat Schalom Huettenweg e.V.

In the synagogue Sukkat Shalom weekly services take place according to the egalitarian-Reformed rite. Reform Judaism has a long tradition in Berlin. It follows the Reform Synagogue in Johannisstraße in Berlin, founded in 1855 and continuously subsidized by the pre-war Jewish community at the time, which was finally closed by the Nazis in 1939.

The synagogue community Sukkat Shalom is the largest reform-egalitarian congregation in the Berlin-Brandenburg area. As an institutional synagogue of the Jewish Community of Berlin, it contributes to expanding the multifaceted nature of Germany’s largest Jewish community.