Chair’s Awards winners are shining lights of Liberal Judaism

13 July 2018 Liberal Judaism is proud to announce the winners of its 2018 Chair’s Awards. Handed out every two years, at the Liberal Judaism Biennial Weekend, they honour members who have gone above and beyond while serving the movement at a national and/or local level. Winners were nominated by … Read More

Liberal Judaism Biennial Weekend report and photos

2 July 2018 Liberal Judaism members from all around the UK and beyond took part in an “inspirational” Biennial Weekend – discussing the next steps in liturgy, theology, policy, outreach work and shared values that will drive Progressive Judaism forward both in Britain and around the world. For the first … Read More

Talya and Noa’s fun run for an important cause

28 June 2018 Two young Progressive Jews took part in the Maccabi GB Community Fun Run at the weekend to raise money to help others attend LJY-Netzer events. Talya and Noa Fetterman, who are six and nine, completed the course – raising £50 for the LJY-Netzer bursary scheme, which assists … Read More

[Blog] Mental Health Awareness Week

Rabbi Alexandra Wright 15 May 2018 Two weeks ago, the Liberal Jewish Synagogue held its annual Kabbalat Torah service – one of the highlights of our year and always a source of great pride for any Liberal Jewish congregation. The class of nine fifteen year olds led the Friday evening … Read More

Full LJY-Netzer youth programme at Biennial Weekend

10 May 2018 Once again Liberal Judaism’s Biennial Weekend 2018 will offer a full and inspiring programme for young Liberal Jews in attendance, alongside the main programme. Biennial participants aged between six and 15 can enjoy a taste of LJY-Netzer on the youth programme which will feature both educational and … Read More

Eight reasons to attend the Liberal Judaism Biennial

3 May 2018 The Liberal Judaism Biennial Weekend is now just eight weeks away. Our movement’s flagship event takes place from Friday June 29 – Sunday July 1 at the St Johns Hotel, just outside of Birmingham, and promises something for everyone. Here are eight reasons why you should join … Read More

Liberals attend Europe’s largest Jewish Muslim conference

26 April 2018 Liberal Jews from around the UK – including Rabbi Janet Burden and Student Rabbi Daniela Touati – were part of Europe’s largest Jewish Muslim conference, which was attended entirely by women. Hosted by Nisa-Nashim – Britain’s Jewish Muslim Women’s Network – the conference took place at the … Read More

Seder for 100 as LJY-Netzer celebrates Pesach at Machaneh Aviv

10 April 2018 LJY-Netzer Machaneh Aviv spring camp was even more special than ever this year, with a last night Seder for more than 100 young people. Seeing out Passover in style, the Seder featured cultural contributions and traditions from all around the world ranging from Gibraltan charoset to the … Read More

Liberal leaders contribute to René Cassin parashiot project

23 March 2018 Liberal Judaism rabbis and officers have contributed to a unique project offering communities a human rights commentary on each weekly Torah parasha. Put together by René Cassin – the human rights NGO that draws on Jewish experiences and values – the free resource offers 54 thoughts written … Read More