Reform communities coordinate response to migrant crisis
Tuesday, 08 September 2015
There was standing room only at Reform Judaism’s Monday night emergency meeting to address the migrant crisis sweeping Europe. More than 70 people from Reform communities gathered at the Sternberg Centre to discuss a coordinated response to the plight of those fleeing desperate situations in their countries of origin. An online broadcast allowed people to participate from across the country including Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow.
Cambridge community celebrates new synagogue with dedication service
Monday, 07 September 2015
On Sunday 6 September Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue (BSRS) celebrated the dedication of its new building, with a service led by Fiona Karet Frankl and addressed by Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner from the Movement of Reform Judaism as Berenice Mann explains.
Responding to the migration crisis: a message from Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner
Friday, 04 September 2015
The on-going migration crisis has touched our community in the UK in a way we have not seen before. When we look across at Calais and beyond, we see ourselves. Both our Reform Jewish values and our history as refugees make a meaningful response to today's crisis an imperative for our Movement.
A great summer for EDRS
Wednesday, 02 September 2015
Edgware & District Reform Synagogue’s Kaytana and Kadima summer camps were once again a huge success with over 120 children attending the three weeks. With a fantastic Ofsted inspection, original programming, exciting day trips, specialist workshops and a dynamic team behind it, families are already asking about summer 2016!
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