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The WUPJ and Beit Shmuel launch Operation Quiet Night

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Thursday, 31 July 2014

The World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ) and Beit Shmuel, the WUPJ's headquarters in Jerusalem, announce the creation of Operation Quiet Night, which will provide a degree of comfort to families in the south that have been displaced by the incessant rocket fire.

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Leo Baeck College ordains three rabbis from three countries

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Thursday, 31 July 2014

Leo Baeck College held its annual ordination ceremony on Sunday 6 July. The service, at which three new rabbis from the College were ordained, was held for the first time at Edgware & District Reform Synagogue and witnessed by a packed congregation.

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High Holy Day ticket scheme launches

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Thursday, 31 July 2014

The High Holy Day ticket scheme is a joint project between Jeneration and many Reform synagogue communities who want to make it possible for as many students and young adults to attend High Holy Day services as possible. Over the past decade, more than two thousand people have benefited from this scheme. Tickets can now be obtained via the Jeneration website.

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Jewish community leaders' statement on situation in Israel and Gaza

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Friday, 25 July 2014

We the undersigned representatives of different denominations within the British Jewish community make the following statement on the current situation in Israel and Gaza: "In these painful times we regret the loss of all innocent life. Our thoughts are with all those who grieve and we fervently pray that we soon see a just and lasting peace for all in the region."

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