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Legacy Shabbat: 1 March

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 28 February 2014

The importance of legacies to Jewish charities will be highlighted during a "Legacy Shabbat" this weekend being supported by the Movement for Reform Judaism together with other communal organisations. Find out more about leaving a lasting legacy in your will.

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Sign On the Green Line campaign

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism

‘Sign on the Green Line’ is a campaign created and run by 16 young people from across the Jewish community. The aim of the campaign is to encourage British Jewish organisations to only use maps of Israel that show the Green Line. This aligns with our policy on Israel; we are committed to two viable states as the only just and realistic solution to the present situation and we are unequivocally Zionist with a non-negotiable commitment to the State of Israel and its security.

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Four rabbis and a lunch (and one Shabbat)

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 26 February 2014

The doors of Sha’arei Tsedek: North London Reform Synagogue are being thrown open to welcome the wider Jewish community on Shabbat 1 March to inaugurate the synagogue’s new rabbinical team and hear leading Reform Rabbi and Chair of the Assembly of Reform Rabbis Sybil Sheridan speak at a bring-and-share lunch.

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Hineni launches in London

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Following its launch in Cardiff in 2012, 'Hineni', an exhibition which captures over 60 years of the Cardiff Reform community's history in south Wales, was launched in London on Monday.

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