The High Holy Days are a unique opportunity to reflect on our lives, our priorities and our relationships. But it can be hard to find the head space for it when the world around us is so confusing and tense. That’s why, this year, each day from Rosh Hashanah until Yom Kippur, you will find an inspirational thought or text below…

Day 1: Rabbi Charley Baginsky, South Bucks Jewish Congregation, Liberal Judaism’s Director of Strategy & Partnerships

Day 2: Rabbi Richard Jacobi, Woodford Liberal Synagogue & Co-chair of Liberal Judaism’s Rabbinic Conference

Day 3: Daisy Bogod, PA to Liberal Judaism’s Senior Rabbi & Chief Executive

Day 4: Rabbi Rebecca Birk, Finchley Progressive Synagogue

Day 5: Alexandra Simonon, Lay leader & Liberal Judaism’s Lifecycle & Administration Manager

Day 6: Robin Moss, Liberal Judaism Officer with responsibility for youth & education

Day 7: Rabbi Sandra Kviat, Crouch End Chavurah & member of the Liberal Judaism Rabbinic Team

Day 8: Sam Alston, LJY-Netzer Movement Worker

Day 9: Rabbi Dr Andrew Goldstein, Honorary President of Liberal Judaism

Day 10: To be confirmed

Please note: Each reflection will be available from 9am on that day

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