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Faiths join together at Menorah’s Holocaust Memorial Day event

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 04 February 2015

A Jewish, Christian and Muslim audience of almost 200 packed Menorah Synagogue (Cheshire Reform) on Holocaust Memorial Day in a joint Hate Crime Awareness Week event with Wythenshawe’s five Anglican churches.

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Sinai Synagogue's Tu BiShvat with a difference

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 04 February 2015

This year’s Tu BiShvat celebration at Sinai Synagogue Leeds was Tu BiShvat with a difference. In keeping with Shmita year, the Sinai community celebration included a sustainability marketplace.

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Muslim Friend joins Bradford Synagogue’s ruling body as Council member

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 03 February 2015

At a time when both the Jewish and Muslim communities are reeling from the impact of the horrific attacks in Paris, the positive and supportive relationship between Bradford’s Jews and Muslims has grown another step closer. Long-term ally and member of the synagogue’s 'Friends' scheme, Jani Rashid, has been co-opted onto the Synagogue Council- the ruling body which runs the synagogue- as a representative of the 'Friends'.

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Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain: Let’s not turn our backs on a good samaritan law

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 03 February 2015

Excessive bureaucracy and health and safety is stopping us from giving food, shelter and help to those most in need, argues Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain in this piece for The Guardian's Comment is free.

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