Supporting those who have suffered a bereavement

Queens Award

8 July 2020 Liberal Judaism is delighted to highlight two services to support those individuals, families and communities who have suffered bereavement or anguish in these difficult times. Phyllis Alden, a member of Manchester Liberal Jewish Community, is able to offer support to anyone who has lost a loved one … Read More

Read the July/August 2020 edition of LJ Today

July August LJ Today

22 June 2020 The latest issue of Liberal Judaism’s bi-monthly magazine LJ Today is jam-packed with news and photos from our national movement and communities. It includes stories on our new interim directors, Biennial Weekend, social justice work, rabbis, communities, youth movement and much more. With our buildings closed, printing/distributing … Read More

Statement on the Gender Recognition Act and trans rights

Liberal Judaism Logo

17 June 2020 In 2018, Liberal Judaism urged its members to participate in the consultation for reforms of the Gender Recognition Act to ensure vital new rights for trans (including non-binary) and intersex people. This would including simplifying the process of changing one’s legal gender and extending that right to … Read More

Update on Liberal Judaism and Reform Judaism funerals

Cheshunt Cemetery

3 June 2020 The Conference of Liberal Rabbis and Cantors and the Assembly of Reform Rabbis and Cantors continue to work together, speaking and consulting in order to ensure that we have joint guidance over funerals that take place under our auspices. We felt that it was necessary to follow … Read More