Who are our Partners?
The Movement for Reform Judaism in Britain today consists of 42 synagogues with more than 35,000 men, women and children (approximately 20% of UK synagogue affiliations).
The Movement is a constituent of the World Union for Progressive Judaism and the European Union for Progressive Judaism and is a major supporter of the Leo Baeck College where its rabbis and educators are trained.
The Assembly of Reform Rabbis UK is the professional body that links all Reform rabbis and the Reform Beit Din deals with all matters requiring the religious court, status issues, conversion, marriage, and divorce. The Jewish Joint Burial Society provides funerals and burial arrangements for our members.
Akiva primary school is under the auspices of the Reform and Liberal Movements and Clore Tikva and Clore Shalom primary schools are under Reform, Liberal and Masorti auspices. The Movement sponsors the RSY-Netzer youth movement and supports JCoSS: the Jewish Community Secondary School.
The Movement launched the Jeneration initiative in 2007 in order to engage with Jewish 18-35s on their terms.
Our work is supported by UJIA.
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