RSY-Netzer Israel Tour
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 18 July 2014Our Israel Tour groups of sixteen year olds left for Israel this week. This year's six tours were sold out, making it the biggest tour in decades. Israel Tour is a fantastic educational experience that builds a strong connection to Israel and Jewish life as well as creating friendships that last a lifetime and help nurture networks of friends that sustain young peoples’ identity and commitment.
Connections 2015 – "simcha, soul and solidarity"
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 18 July 2014
The 37th International Convention of the World Union for Progressive Judaism is your opportunity to take part in a gathering that will fill your soul with joy and strengthen the bonds between our communities. At Connections 2015, you will be in the good company of Reform, Reconstructionist, Progressive and Liberal Jews from around the world, united by a fervent wish to help shape the future of the Jewish People.
Pam Goldsmith to step down from Community Developement role
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 18 July 2014The Movement for Reform Judaism announces with regret that Pam Goldsmith, its Director of Community Development, will be stepping down from her role with effect from 31 July, in order to return to her previous career as an independent consultant.
Kehillat Kernow sponsors comprehensive book on Cornish Jewish history
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Thursday, 17 July 2014
The Jewish Community of Cornwall, Kehillat Kernow, has played an active part in organising the sponsorship for Keith Pearce’s latest book, 'The Jews of Cornwall, A History, Tradition and Settlement to 1913', as Pat Lipert explains.
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