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Jewish student life with Jeneration

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Friday, 18 May 2012

A grey rainy Sunday and looming AS level exams didn't prevent around 50 sixth formers and their parents, one rabbi, one Rich (not Ben, but his brother and founder of PUSH talks, Johnny), four university students and one UJS president from gathering at Alyth (North Western Reform Synagogue) to discuss Jewish student life, as Deborah Blausten explains.

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An enthusiastic reaction at Leo Baeck College dinner

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Friday, 18 May 2012

Over 180 guests including senior representatives of the Reform, Liberal and Masorti movements attended the Kaufmann fundraising dinner on Tuesday 8th May 2012 held at the Inner Temple in the heart of London’s legal quarter.

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Manchester Reform celebrates diamond jubilee

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Friday, 18 May 2012

It is not only the Queen who celebrates her diamond jubilee this year!  Last Shabbat, 12th May, the Ladies' Guild of Manchester Reform Synagogue celebrated its own diamond jubilee, and enjoyed a special sermon from Rabbi Reuven Silverman.

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Leo Baeck College leads three generations to ‘Jerusalem and Back’

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Friday, 18 May 2012

Leo Baeck College’s Department of Jewish Education gathered 114 members of nine Reform and Liberal Communities to 'explore' Jerusalem at an event held at Menorah Synagogue. 'Jerusalem and Back', a specially commissioned short play by Debbie Freeman, proved to be a colourful and thought-provoking trigger for the day's programme.

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