Jewish life in Serbia is stable, and Judaism is officially recognized by the Serbian government. The Jewish community in Serbia is represented by the Federation of Jewish Communities of Serbia.
The majority of Serbia Jews live in Belgrade, including the Zemun borough of Belgrade. Active Jewish communities can also be found in Novi Sad, Subotica, Zrenjanin, Sombor, and several other cities and towns.
Jewish religious life in Serbia is active, with synagogues in Belgrade and Subotica. The Federation of Jewish Communities of Serbia offers several Jewish educational programs. These communities also offer Hebrew language classes for adults.
The Federation of Jewish Communities of Serbia is working to ensure that Jewish life in Serbia is well-maintained and Serbian Jews have representation in political and national affairs.