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Sinai's Sleep-in

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 22 October 2014

The Sinai Sukkah Sanctuary Sleep-in took place on Tuesday 14 October, to raise funds for Abigail Housing, an asylum seekers project which provides housing, food and support to people in this situation. The two shared houses in Bradford and one shared house in Leeds provide a home to those who would otherwise be living on the streets.  

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Ebola crisis emergency appeal

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Ebola has already killed thousands across West Africa and is spreading at an alarming rate. World Jewish Relief (WJR) have launched an appeal in response to the Ebola crisis and need your support. The Movement for Reform Judaism is supporting the appeal; together we can help provide vital medical care and supplies to thousands of people at risk.

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West London Synagogue hosts world premiere

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 21 October 2014

West London Synagogue is to host the world premiere of 'The Adventures of Nellie Bly' on 13 November. The play, funded by Arts Council England, will be premiered in the stunning setting of Goldsmid Hall for three nights only during November.

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Bournemouth welcomes Rabbi Maurice Michaels

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Bournemouth Reform Synagogue (BRS) greeted Rabbi Maurice Michaels with a full programme of services and events over the week of Sukkot.  From the children of the Netanya Nursery and the synagogue cheder to the seniors at a special Sukkot tea, through university and college student members of the Jewish Society and an open invitation to the wider Jewish community, a chavurah meal after the Friday service and a Mishnah Breakfast before the Shabbat service, Rabbi Michaels was able to meet and greet, as well as teach about the festivals of Sukkot and Simchat Torah.

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