Statement on new practices for mixed faith marriages

4 October 2020 At its recent meeting, the Liberal Judaism Conference of Rabbis and Cantors (CoLRaC) reviewed and made alterations to its practices in cases where a Jew is partnered with a person who does not identify as Jewish. The most significant change is that, at the rabbi’s discretion and … Read More

Rabbi Charley Baginsky joins Pause For Thought

BBC Radio 2 logo

30 September 2020 Liberal Judaism interim director Rabbi Charley Baginsky has joined BBC Radio 2’s Pause For Thought. Charley will be one of the different contributors, from a variety of religions, appearing in the highly popular faith slot. She will feature every week for the next month as part of … Read More

Download or order pre-recorded High Holy Days services

Liberal Judaism High Holy Days CD

15 September 2020 Liberal Judaism is delighted to be able to provide pre-recorded Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services led by our movement’s rabbis. The services are part of Liberal Judaism’s aim to be as accessible as possible and will provide an alternative for those who are unable to access … Read More

Read our High Holy Days special edition of LJ Today

LJ Today - Sep Oct 2020 edition

22 June 2020 The latest issue of Liberal Judaism’s bi-monthly magazine LJ Today is a special edition dedicated to the upcoming High Holy Days. Inside you will find wonderful and eclectic commentary from Liberal Judaism’s rabbis and leaders – including Rabbis Charley Baginsky, Aaron Goldstein, Danny Rich and Alexandra Wright … Read More

‘There is no greater mitzvah than saving a life’

Organ donation card

26 August 2020 By Rabbi Dr Margaret Jacobi As we approach the High Holy Days, we are confronted by profound questions about life and death and of the legacy that we wish to leave behind us. it is therefore appropriate that the week before Rosh Hashanah is Organ Donation Week … Read More