The Jewish Community of Bielsko-Biała (Gmina Wyznaniowa Żydowska w Bielsku-Białej)

Since 1995, the Jewish Community of Bielsko-Biała have protected cemeteries in Upper Silesia in Poland.

The Jewish Community of Bielsko-Biala was officially established in 1995. Previously a subdivision of the Katowice Jewish community, the Bielsko-Biała community has 50 members. It has a prayer house, where Shabbat and other festive celebrations take place, but there is no rabbi present and without the minyan prayers are held irregularly. The Community also maintains a kosher kitchen, a library and an archive.

The Bielsko-Biala Jewish Community manages the Jewish cemetery in Bielsko and is also in charge of inactive cemeteries in Andrychowo, Cieszyn, Kety, Milowka, Auschwitz, Skoczów, Ustroń, Wadowice, Zator, Żywiec.