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Engaging Young Adults with Synagogue Life

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 01 June 2011

The oldest Reform Synagogue in Britain may not sound like an obvious candidate to be a centre for Jewish young adults, but that is exactly what West London Synagogue (WLS) has become.

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You're Both Invited – Mixed-Faith Couples Attend Jeneration's DIY Wedding Workshop

Written by Zahavit Shalev Wednesday, 01 June 2011

On 10th April, just over a week before Pesach, sixteen couples attended Jeneration’s first ever DIY Wedding Workshop for mixed-faith couples, supported by the Movement for Reform Judaism. Zahavit Shalev, Jeneration Project Worker, explains more about the day.

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Rabbi Deborah Kahn-Harris on Channel 4

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 01 June 2011

Rabbi Deborah Kahn-Harris recently appeared on Channel 4's 4thought.tv, a series of 90 second programmes exploring belief and ethics, considering the question 'Should priests be celibate?'

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Rabbi Jonathan Romain on John Demjanjuk's Conviction

Written by Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Romain Monday, 16 May 2011

John Demjanjuk's conviction is about justice, not vengeance, argues Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Romain of Maidenhead Synagogue: "Trying a 91-year-old for involvement in the Holocaust was risky, but his prosecution sends a message to all war criminals."

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