Working alongside other faith groups is an essential part of Liberal Judaism, its communities and youth movement. Liberal Jews around the country regularly take part in religious, social and campaigning events with Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs and people of all faiths, and none.
Co-operation between faith communities is key to Liberal Judaism’s commitment to being a part of, and not separate from, the world around us.
Liberal Judaism makes a point of always being involved in the most crucial debates about interfaith issues, both on the national and local level.
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