Are there Shabbat & Holiday services and a daily Minyan in Singapore?
Maghain Aboth Synagogue (24 Waterloo St):
Shacharit – 7:30 am daily (8 am Sunday & Public Holidays), followed by breakfast.
Mincha – 6:45 pm daily, followed by Arvit.
Shabbat & Festivals Shacharit – 9:15 am, followed by Kiddush and Lunch.
Shabbat & Festivals Mincha – 6:15 pm, followed by Se’udat Shelishit and Arvit.
Chesed El Synagogue (2 Oxley Rise):
Monday Shacharit – 7:25am (Mondays only)
Friday Mincha – 6:45 pm followed by Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Dinner.
Shabbat & Festivals Shacharit – 9:15 am followed by Shabbat Lunch.
Are there communal Shabbat meals?
Yes. For Shabbat and Festival meals, reserve online here, or contact the JWB office at +65 6336 5166 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Are there Hotels within walking distance of the Synagogue?
Yes. The JBC is situated at the centre of Singapore, at 24 Waterloo St, right around the corner from several hotels.
Is there Kosher food in Singapore?
The Awafi Kosher Restaurant is located in the JBC.
For more info about Awafi, click here.
The Elite Kosher Shop is situated on the 2nd Floor of the JBC and is the only place in Singapore to find Kosher meat, chicken, and milk.
For those who rely on the Heter (leniency) of Rabbi Moshe Feinstein OBM, please note:
Local milk is not considered Chalav Stam. The only milk that is acceptable and considered Chalav Stam is the Pura Fresh Milk.
Kosher products are also found in almost every of Singapore’s main supermarket chains such as the Cold Storage and NTUC Fairprice supermarket chains, Tanglin Mall Supermarket, and Jason’s Supermarket.
How do I know if something is Kosher?
Certain foods, like fresh fruit, do not need a hechsher (a symbol indicating that a kosher agency approved a product as kosher) and many of these products are available in Singapore in the main supermarket chains.
Other products have a hechsher on the label or are listed on the databases that are maintained by the various kosher agencies.
Is there a list of what products are kosher?
Most kashrut companies include a list of their certified products on their websites. Such as the New South Wales Kashrut Authority, a great database, especially since many products available in Singapore are imported from Australia.
Is there a kosher catering service available in Singapore?
Yes. For more info contact the JWB office at 63372189 ext 103 or fill out the contact form below.
Is there a Men or Ladies Mikvah in Singapore?
Yes, we have both. For info about the men’s Mikvah, click here. For info about the Women’s Mikvah, click here.