Help LJS Drop-in for Asylum Seekers gain vital grant

Aviva Community Fund

The Liberal Jewish Synagogue (LJS) Drop-in for Asylum Seeker Families has been nominated by insurance broker Heath Crawford and Foster Limited for a grant from the Aviva Community Fund. The Aviva Community Fund offers the chance for local community projects to win funding, subject to a public vote. Voting closes … Read More

LJY-Netzer’s Anna helps launch Mitzvah Day at Parliament

1 November 2016 LJY-Netzer’s Anna Craven helped to launch Mitzvah Day 2016, the UK’s biggest faith-based day of social action, at an event in the Houses of Parliament. Anna spoke to 20 Parliamentarians, from all sides of the political spectrum, about Liberal Judaism, our youth movement and all the incredible … Read More

Liberal Judaism welcomes scheme to help refugees

19 July 2016 Liberal Judaism has warmly welcomed a new Government website and initiative to support refugees – encouraging its communities and members to get involved. The ‘Help Refugees in the UK’ site is being piloted in nine local authorities, including Lambeth, Nottingham City and the City of York. You … Read More

Volunteers wanted for LJ Today Editorial Board

10 May 2016 Liberal Judaism is seeking volunteers with a passion for the movement, and the written word, to join the LJ Today Editorial Board. The Editorial Board oversees the content of LJ Today – Liberal Judaism’s award-winning free bimonthly magazine that is sent to all 10,000 members, as well … Read More

LJY-Netzer partners with vInspired

Sam Alston with vInspired Award

3 November 2015 LJY-Netzer, the youth movement of Liberal Judaism, has teamed up with vInspired – the UK’s leading youth volunteering charity providing 14-25 year olds with volunteering and social action opportunities. Through this partnership, LJY-Netzer has become a vInspired Awards provider. The youth movement now has the ability to certificate … Read More