Journey to help the abandoned
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 03 February 2016Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner reflects on the decision to allow four refugees in Calais, three of whom are minors, to be reunited with family members in the UK. British Jews, she notes, and the country as a whole, are on our own journey. We're rediscovering our campaigning drive, our ability to turn our concerns into action, our ability to partner God in changing the world.
The Kotel belongs to everyone
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Monday, 01 February 2016Reform Judaism welcomes the unprecedented news that the Israeli government will officially support the creation of an expanded egalitarian prayer space at the Kotel (Western Wall) in Jerusalem. We congratulate all those who worked so hard to achieve this.
Appointment of Rabbinic Coordinator to Alliance for Progressive Judaism
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Thursday, 21 January 2016
The Alliance for Progressive Judaism, a partnership of Reform and Liberal Judaism, has appointed Rabbi Charley Baginsky as its part-time coordinator whose remit is to develop projects that the two movements will work on jointly to advance Progressive Judaism, its principles and ethos in the UK.
Refugee action network
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Monday, 18 January 2016An update from Yael Shafritz, Reform Judaism's Refugee Response Coordinator.
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