RSY-Netzer is the youth movement of The Movement for Reform Judaism. Every year we run events and activities for over 800 10–18 year olds. We are proud of our reputation for high-quality, fun events, camps and tours.
Our aim is to enhance and strengthen our participants’ Jewish identity. We create an inclusive and safe social environment where participants enjoy a variety of fun and challenging experiences allowing everyone to shape their personal opinions and beliefs.
Youth Work in Communities
The Reform Movement offers support for synagogue youth provision through our Community Youth Development Worker. We work with communities to develop sustainable youth provision with successful Jewish education and activities. We organise meetings for development and networking, regional and national events; a link to RSY-Netzer and to other educational services within the Jewish community.
Please contact Frankie Stubbs for more information.
Many Reform communities offer excellent opportunities for their young people. Click here to find your nearest synagogue or search for a community with specific provision for youth.
Jack Petchey Awards
The Reform Movement is fortunate in being able to offer the remarkable Jack Petchey Youth Achievement Award (JPA) scheme. This award is based on the individual achievements of a young person; being part of this scheme means we will be able to recognise and celebrate the contribution and efforts of our younger members and benefit the synagogue, youth provision or other worthy community youth causes. The Award ensures that they remain an example to encourage and nourish others.