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Some Great Reasons for Your Child to Spend this Summer with RSY-Netzer!

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Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Every summer, RSY-Netzer, the youth movement of the Movement for Reform Judaism runs Shemesh summer camps and Israel Tour. These events form part of a bigger journey. Our young people will have fun, make friends, and do exciting activities, but also learn about what it means to be Jewish and figure out their own way of being Jewish.

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I'm Jewish My Partner Isn't - On the Rise in 2012

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Tuesday, 24 January 2012

The annual 'I'm Jewish My Partner Isn't' seminar took place at the Sternberg Centre with more than 100 participants - a significant rise in numbers on recent years.

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Jewish Community Leaders Meet with Prime Minister

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Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Movement Chair Jenny Pizer was part of a delegation of British Jewish community leaders led by Board of Deputies President Vivian Wineman which met with the Prime Minister on Monday 16th January.

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Chagigah 2012: New Look for Reform Biennial

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Friday, 20 January 2012

The Movement for Reform Judaism this week launched registration for its biennial conference under a new name: 'Chagigah'. Chagigah means 'celebration' and organisers say this reflects the spirit of a joyful, fun, uplifting, spiritual, family-friendly gathering  which will take place in Daventry from 22-24 June 2012.

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