Kabalat Shabat


“The meaning of Shabbat is to celebrate time rather than space. Six days of the week we live under the tyranny of things of space; on the Sabbath we try to become attuned to holiness in time.” Abraham J. Heschel

Most Fridays we gather together to receive Shabbat and enter into this sacred moment of peace. If you are not yet a member and want to come as a guest, or you are traveling in Madrid and want to attend a Kabbalat Shabbat service, write to us here.
CJRM’s heart is the dining table, and our potluck dinners (oneg) after Kabbalat Shabbat generates the sensation of being at home with friends. During these dinners, we share Jewish flavors from all over the world while we talk, relax and enjoy ourselves, thus marking a different time.


For Jews, what is sacred is not space but time, and our marvelous calendar is filled with holidays and other dates that CJRM celebrates.

The activities of each festivity are creatively planned by members of the community, seeking a balance between the educational, religious and spiritual components, all the while preserving the holiday’s essence, and of course, appealing to children and adults.

During the year, you will find out information about the holidays, the activities and the times when they will take place.
If you are not yet a member and want to come, or are traveling to Madrid and want to attend a holiday celebration, contact us here


We celebrate all expressions of culture. We take advantage and enjoy the culture within our community (e.g. monthly book club, cooking classes, Hebrew lessons) and whatever opportunity in Madrid to do cultural outings related to Judaism.

​At the same time, we are not indifferent to the other cultures that we live with in this city, and we participate in various interrelgious groups.


Our activities ask that we study, know and question our textual legacy so that this knowledge brings us closer to compliance with the ethics of mitzvot, actively transmitting our values to position us as Jews in the 21st century.

​In Chinuch, we have studied with rabbis about profound themes as well as listened to Jewish studies specialists about modern day issues.

Social Action

Through tzedakah, acts of gemilut chasadimand the promotion of social justice.

And it is the Reform Jew who hears the voice of the prophets for social justice and acts, no being impassive to situations of social injustice or human indignity, both inside and outside the Jewish community. To commit to tikun olamis to try to improve the world where we live.
In our study through Chinuchand tefillah, we explore the ways in which ethical and religious Jewish values refer to our social reality today.
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