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Chagigah 2012: New Look for Reform Biennial

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 20 January 2012

The Movement for Reform Judaism this week launched registration for its biennial conference under a new name: 'Chagigah'. Chagigah means 'celebration' and organisers say this reflects the spirit of a joyful, fun, uplifting, spiritual, family-friendly gatheringĀ  which will take place in Daventry from 22-24 June 2012.

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Movement Expresses Concern about Homophobic Lesson Content

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 20 January 2012

The Movement for Reform Judaism has expressed deep concern about the content of sixth form lessons at the Jewish state secondary school, JFS, which seem to have given legitimacy to the views of theĀ  homophobic American Jewish group, JONAH (Jews Offering New Alternatives to Homosexuality).

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Rabbi Debbie Young-Somers: Hearing the Voice of Moses

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Monday, 16 January 2012

Rabbi Debbie Young-Somers of West London Synagogue, in a sermon that was picked up on by the Guardian News Blog writes on the impact of proposed cuts to Disability living Allowance and why it is relevant to both that week's Torah portion and to the Bat Mitzvah being celebrated.

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2011 in Review

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Thursday, 12 January 2012

2011 was a year of new faces as well as continued innovation and success for the Movement for Reform Judaism. Here is a month by month review.

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