Movement for Reform Judaism welcomes Western Wall progress
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 12 April 2013The Movement for Reform Judaism has expressed cautious optimism following the news that Natan Sharansky has been working on a compromise that would allow the Kotel, or Western Wall, to be accessible to all who seek to pray there.
Yom Ha'atzmaut Events: Reform communities getting closer to Israel
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Friday, 12 April 2013Yom Ha'atzmaut - Israel's celebration of independence begins in the evening of Monday, 15th April. It is preceded by Yom Hazikaron, the Israeli Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terrorism Remembrance Day. Reform communities across the country will both commemorate and celebrate. Find out how you can be involved.
Harold Langdon z"l
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Wednesday, 10 April 2013It is with deep regret that we inform you of the sad death of Harold Langdon. He was 96. Harold served as a leader of Alyth (North Western Reform Synagogue), Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, later to become the Movement for Reform Judaism, and the Board of Deputies. This obituary was written by Andrew Gilbert.
What is special about RSY-Netzer summer camps?
Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Thursday, 21 March 2013What is special about RSY-Netzer? It is the unique way which we tailor our events to ensure high quality and unwillingness to compromise on the ability and education of our leaders. RSY-Netzer strives, and succeeds, in imparting a perfect balance of a spectacular community spirit built on inclusivity, new ways to make prayer accessible to young people, and a focus on informed decision making within Israel education and social activism.
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