Liberal Judaism runs four key projects for young adults in their 20s and 30s. They are:

A warm, supportive learning forum, in which we will challenge ourselves and consider how to live responsibly and meaningfully, both personally and politically, within a Jewish framework. Takum Progressivi combines Jewish study, action, discussion and dinner to build a consistent, caring community of friends and thinkers, debaters and do-ers!

Events take place in central London are open to everybody.

UJIA Birthright, in partnership with Liberal Judaism and Reform Judaism, gives young adults the chance to visit Israel – seeing some of the most important and beautiful sites on earth and encountering Israel’s flourishing Progressive Jewish community.

Birthright is open to anyone aged between 20 and 26.

A grassroots, cross-denominational initiative for the intellectually open study of Jewish texts – this unique programme is trying to make the Talmud more accessible to readers outside the yeshivah world.
Routes offers a social space for diverse people to come together and enjoy community, a spiritual space that is non-judgemental and a learning space that is relevant for today, tackling the big issues. Our Routes’ Supper Clubs have been a real success, with young adults in their 20s and 30s getting together for a three course Friday night meal, great conversation and distinct Shabbat warmth.

For more information on any of these programmes, as well as upcoming event dates, please email Liberal Judaism’s student and young adult chaplain Rabbi Leah Jordan.