While roughly equally divided between Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews, the Portuguese Jewish community overwhelming follows the Sephardic rite. The Comunidade Israelita de Lisboa, an umbrella group uniting the capital’s various Jewish organizations, maintains both secular and religious communal services, including education, youth groups, ritual baths (mikvaot) and a burial society. Lisbon also has the Chabad Lubavitch of Portugal, as well as a Conservative congregation, the Comunidade Judaica Masorti de Lisboa – Beit Israel. The Comunidade Israelita do Porto is the organized communal body for the Jews of Oporto, and maintains close ties with the Jewish community of Golders Green in London. The community maintains a prayer room, mikveh, museum, school, library and a kosher communal kitchen and dining room. Kosher food is available in Lisbon, Oporto and Belmonte.