Here you will find links to Liberal Judaism’s sister and partner organisations, both in Britain and beyond.
If your organisation shares the aims and principles of Liberal Judaism, and you would like your link to feature on this page, then please contact us.
The international umbrella organization of the Reform, Liberal, Progressive and Reconstructionist movements, serving 1,200 congregations in more than 50 countries
European Union For Progressive Judaism
The European region of the World Union, working to foster and stimulate the growth of Progressive Judaism throughout Europe and supporting more than 170 communities
The international Reform Zionist youth movement of the World Union, conducting activities for more than 16,000 active young members in Israel and the Diaspora
Union for Reform Judaism (North America)
Liberal Judaism’s sister movement in the USA and Canada, which is the largest Jewish denomination in North America and has a strong commitment to social justice for all
Movement for Reform Judaism (UK)
Forming an Alliance for Progressive Judaism, Liberal Judaism and the Movement for Reform Judaism together account for nearly a third of synagogue-affiliated Jews in the UK
Leo Baeck College
Britain’s pre-eminent institution of Jewish scholarship and learning, sponsored by Liberal Judaism and training Progressive rabbis and educators equipped for the 21st century
The Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism
The umbrella organization of all the Reform communities and institutions in Israel, the IMPJ believe in the right of each individual to shape their own Jewish way of life
Israel Religious Action Centre
Israel’s preeminent civil and human rights organisation, addressing issues of religion and state, IRAC is the public and legal advocacy arm of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism
The Friends of Progressive Judaism in Israel & Europe
The only charity in the UK raising funds solely for Progressive Jewish causes. Donors may, if they wish, specify which area and even which project they want to support
Working to support Progressive Judaism in Israel and to promote Israel in Progressive Jewish communities in the UK, Pro-Zion has a vision based on liberal values
Citizens UK organises communities to act together for power, social justice and the common good – winning victories that change lives and transform communities
The Faith & Belief Forum
The Faith & Belief Forum has worked tirelessly for over 20 years to build good relations between people of all faiths and beliefs, and to create a society where difference is celebrated
Council of Christians and Jews
The leading nationwide forum for Christian-Jewish engagement, the CCJ celebrates the history and diversity of both communities, providing opportunities for transformative change
Mitzvah Day 365
Mitzvah Day brings together more than 40,000 people each year, of all faiths and none, to take part in collective, hands-on social action projects which make a real difference
Board of Deputies of British Jews
The Board of Deputies has been the voice of British Jewry and the representative of Jewish communal interests to government, media and others for over a quarter of a millennium
Jewish Leadership Council
The Jewish Leadership Council is an umbrella body for the Jewish community, which seeks to address strategic challenges, as well as running and supporting ongoing initiatives
Jewish Book Service
The Jewish Book Service provides a wide range of books and resources of Jewish interest
Akiva, in North London, was the UK’s first Jewish primary school to be established by the Progressive Jewish community, providing particularly for Liberal, Reform and Masorti Jews.
Clore Shalom School
Clore Shalom, in South Hertfordshire, is a voluntary aided primary day school that serves the Jewish community and is supported by the Liberal, Reform and Masorti movements.
Clore Tikva School
Clore Tikva, a pluralist primary school in Redbridge, teaches Judaism from an inclusive perspective, while also making children aware of all the different ways to practise Judaism.
JCoSS in New Barnet is a secondary school for the whole Jewish community – Orthodox and Progressive – with pupils taught to understand and respect all the UK’s mainstream Jewish traditions.
Mosaic Jewish Primary School
Mosaic Jewish Primary School is a cross communal, mixed school in Roehampton. The school opened in September 2013 under the Government’s Free School Initiative. Independent of any synagogue authority, the school welcomes pupils of all denominations and levels of religious observance as well as non-Jewish pupils.