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Reform Judaism is the national umbrella organisation of 42 autonomous synagogue communities.


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Latest News

09 Dec 16

Rabbi or Cantor – Radlett Reform Synagogue

Radlett Reform Synagogue is seeking a third full-time member of our clergy team, to work with our Senior Rabbi Paul Freedman and our Associate Rabbi Celia Surget. We are a vibrant and growing Reform community of well over 800 families, comprising approximately 2300 adults and children. As an inclusive and egalitarian community, we provide for the religious, spiritual and communal needs of Jewish people in the growing Jewish areas of Radlett where we are centred, and many surrounding locations, near and far, including Borehamwood, Elstree, St Albans, Bricket Wood, Shenley, Watford, Stanmore, Welwyn, Hatfield, Luton and beyond. We are open-minded…

07 Dec 16

Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner and Muddassar Ahmed on the Casey Review

This letter was published in The Times on Wednesday 7 December 2016. Sir, The Casey review’s description of social disintegration in Britain is worrying. However, we are concerned that the review’s recommendations focus disproportionately on Muslims. We recognise the existence of enclaves in both Muslim and Jewish communities, but the review also highlights corrosive challenges in white working-class enclaves. If, as the review suggests, white working-class communities are more segregated and socially isolated than others, we need an audacious realignment of government priorities that will tackle the north/south economic divide. We must ensure that Britain is united, cohesive and stable.…

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