The Jewish community in Brasilia, promoting the sense of belonging of its members, the dissemination of culture and traditions of Judaism and represent them in society. Future vision: To be recognized by supporting efforts to strengthen Jewish culture in the Federal District and by aggregating the Jews who inhabit or live in the federal capital.
Em August 1981, Rabbi Shabsi Alpern, director of the Beit Chabad of central Brazil headquartered in Sao Paulo, seeking to expand the work of Chabad in Brazil, met with the young Rabbi, newly formed, Joseph Dubrawsky and his wife Tila in New York, and offered them the opportunity to perform in Curitiba opening a Chabad House (Beit means house in Hebrew, "Chabad House").
Rua Votuverava 174, Sao Paulo, 05604-020, , Brazil
Phone: 55-11-3031-4555 Fax: 55-11-3031-3734
Situated in a beautiful house, next to the Morumbi Grove, BCM is affiliated with the World Chabad movement - Lubavitch and was founded on 22 Shevat of 5750, February 17, 1990, with the approval and blessing of the Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of blessed memory. Since then it has been effective and proudly fulfilling its noble task of spreading the authentic ancient traditions of Judaism among its rightful owners: the Jews in all industries andbackgrounds .
The Israeli Center Porto Alegrense was founded on September 12, 1917, by immigrants who felt the need to build a space to cultivate the Jewish faith.
Today we want to integrate the Jewish community in Porto Alegre serving in many ways, making our synagogue into a center Community. In addition to an environment that can put religion into practice to pray, the Israeli Center is also an environment that can discuss texts of great thinkers, studying, singing and live Jewish culture in many ways. There is no specific age to attend our space. There from the Lehatid, for the youngest, to discussion groups for adults and more experienced.
The Community Shalom is a Massorti or Conservative congregation. Adding more than 300 families, the Shalom Community has the only egalitarian, pluralistic and inclusive synagogue in Sao Paulo. The Shalom follows the line Masorti (Conservative) and shows sustained growth, and stands out as one of the fastest growing congregations in recent years, both in number of members as in diversity of activities and programs. The Shalom stands out in the Brazilian Jewish community; It is an institution that offers more opportunities for spiritual growth through experience and Jewish studies.
he Charitable Society of Mutual Aid -. Linat Hatsedec was founded in 1932 by Jews who came mainly from Eastern European countries to the Rio Grande do Sul At first mainly worked as a medical clinic, to welcome and assist new Jewish immigrants, who arrived without any resources to the Rio Grande do Sul. Besides the community work, facing the aid the sick, the Linat Hatzedek also became a religious center, with a Talmud Torah and for daily prayer services in their synagogue.