See our periodic table of Liberal Judaism communities

9 July 2018

Liberal Judaism is proud to unveil its Biennial Weekend community project – a periodic table of the wonderful congregations that make up our movement.

Designed to fit the theme of the weekend – ‘The Formula for Truly Progressive Judaism’ – each community was given material to create their own chemical symbol.

They were then combined into the final product by Liberal Judaism staff and put on display at the end of the Biennial.

Rabbi Danny Rich, Liberal Judaism’s senior rabbi, said: “This periodic table represents everything that is great about Liberal Judaism and our communities – from the rose that represents York and the lighthouse that symbolises Eastbourne to the music of Finchley and interfaith work of Bedfordshire.

“I would like to thank all the Liberal Judaism members, who put a lot of time and effort into creating these elements, and our staff team who worked late into the night at the Biennial to put everything together.”

Before the periodic table goes on display at the Montagu Centre, Liberal Judaism’s London head office, there is still a chance for communities not yet featured to be added.

If you would like your congregation to feature, please contact Tom Rich on – we will then send you the materials and guide you need to produce your symbol.

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