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Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain on Beyond Belief

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 01 December 2015

In this edition of BBC Radio 4's 'Beyond Belief', Ernie Rea discusses the pros and cons of interfaith marriage with Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain, Asad Zaman, an Imam for over 20 years who leads the Friday prayers at several mosques across Manchester and Rosalind Birtwistle, Co-Founder of the Interfaith Marriage Network, who is a Christian married to a Jew.

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Religious leaders united for climate justice

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Tuesday, 01 December 2015

Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner spoke at a rally following the London Climate March on Sunday 29 November. The march, backed by more than 60 faith-based and secular organisations, took place on the eve of the Paris climate change summit and called on the UK government to invest in renewable energy, green infrastructure and new clean jobs. Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner, Dr Ruth Valerio (Churches and Theology Director, Arocha UK) and Shanza Ali (Director of Muslim Climate Action) write here on the importance of religious communities uniting to combat climate change. "If left unaddressed it will destroy the incredible gift we’ve all been given, Christian, Muslim, Jew, people of faith and none. Our earth is being ruined from overuse and abuse".

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Lighting the way at Northern Chagigah

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Monday, 30 November 2015

130 participants from 12 communities attended Northern Chagigah in Sheffield over the weekend of 27-29 November. They created a joyful, fun, uplifting, spiritual, family-friendly gathering celebrating Reform Judaism, as Sherry Ashworth from Manchester Reform explains.

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Schools visit Southend and District Reform Synagogue

Written by Movement for Reform Judaism Thursday, 26 November 2015

Southend and District Reform Synagogue hosted 200 children from the nearby Chalkwell School. The eight classes of five and six year old children visited the synagogue on two consecutive Friday mornings.

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