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Sinai say "thank you, Julius, and l’hitraot!"

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Sinai Synagogue bade a sad farewell to youth leader Julius Judah recently. Julius, who had been working with Sinai Synagogue Leeds for three years, left after completing his degree. He is succeeded by Rhiannon Humphreys, who worked as his assistant for a year.

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Liberal and Reform together launch alliance for Progressive Judaism

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Liberal Judaism (LJ) and the Movement for Reform Judaism (MRJ) have today announced that they are to create an alliance between their two movements.  Together already accounting for nearly a third of synagogue-affiliated Jews with 82 communities, the UK’s two Progressive movements are seeking to capitalise on the 30% growth in those identifying themselves as sharing their values, according to the recent JPR studies of Jewish communal attitudes.

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Reform Judaism: a beacon of hope

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 12 September 2014

One of the world’s leading experts in contemporary religion paid tribute to Reform Judaism, telling a packed Annual Dinner that the Movement represents "a beacon of hope".

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Leo Baeck College Lehrhaus 2014-2015: home of Jewish learning

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Sign up today to feed your enthusiasm for Progressive Jewish Learning. A desire to discover yourself in Judaism and Judaism in yourself is all you will need to study. All the courses are taught by the College's faculty; teachers are both passionate about their subject and deeply knowledgeable.

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