Leap of Faith: People power - persuasive or pointless. Seeing the rallies in Israel and London regarding the Israeli government's controversial judicial reforms, does protest or people power matter or ever work?
Last Sunday the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Kent, Frank Martin, with the Mayors of Ramsgate, Margate and Broadstairs, joined over 50 members and friends of the Thanet Jewish Community for a special and rare celebration - a Siyyum.
Online Seder for all who are curious - 5 April 2023 at 6:30pm. A friendly and relaxed Seder with explanations of details and opportunities for all to ask questions.
The Movement for Reform Judaism in the UK mourns the death of Donald Black a former employee of the organisation.
Rabbi Kathleen Middleton joined The President of the Board of Deputies, Marie van der Zyl, at a delegation of Jewish communal representatives to petition His Majesty, King Charles III, ahead of his coronation, describing it as a “tremendous privilege”.
Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue held the dedication of the new Senitt Sensory Room in early February. As the first synagogue in the UK to have a purpose-built sensory room this evening marked a culmination of much hard work by the Youth and Education team.
The whole Jewish year is shaped by agricultural festivals, and by a religious awareness of the rhythms of the world around us and the cycles of our crops.
Today we celebrate IWD 2023, and just yesterday we were immersed in Purim festivities, remembering two incredible women - Vashti and Esther who defy their circumstances to bring about systemic change.
This weekend marks the one year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The Movement for Reform Judaism is proud to support this campaign, to ensure World Jewish Relief can continue its vital life saving and life changing work in Ukraine.
Leap of Faith: One year on the war reminds us we're more Ukrainian than we know.