Join with other young people from Liberal Judaism communities in years 9 & 10 to explore ‘Judaism in plain sight’ – what does it mean to be Jewish in today’s world?
Kabbalat Torah is the journey to developing independence and knowledge within our Jewish practise. This programme is a chance to examine our Liberal values and traditions, and where they fit into modern life; in plain sight.
Day visits and weekend residentials around the UK, guided by experts and activists, will enable you to explore your Jewish identity and question the status quo. Judaism in Plain Sight will consist of three weekends and two day trips, with visits to Liberal Jewish communities around the country including London and Birmingham.
The programme kicks off with a weekend in Birmingham, which will include a hands-on social action opportunity and a chance to meet the other participants.
1-3 November 2019
Weekend Meet Up – Social Action & Interfaith (Birmingham)
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Jewish British History Weekend – Being Jewish in the Regions (Weekend at a northern Liberal Jewish community)
13-15 November 2020
Bringing it All Together – KT Service Weekend (Location TBC)
This programme is aimed at Progressive Jewish communities with a maximum of 5 students in years 9 or 10.
We are committed to ensuring that nobody misses out on this programme on financial grounds. Please contact the coordinator to discuss the matter in confidence.
20 October 2019
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November 2019 - November 2020
LJ Members: £120
Travel and lunch costs not included.
Subsidies are available.
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