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A message from our co-chair

This is my first formal opportunity to introduce you to our new CEO, Rabbi Josh Levy. The MRJ Board is delighted to appoint Josh. We value his considerable community knowledge and experience, coupled with his strategic vision and operational and…

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Ruth Cohen z”l

We are sad to announce the passing of Ruth Cohen, Vice President of MRJ, in Israel on Shabbat. Ruth served as Chair of Alyth (1984-86), then as a member of the RSGB Executive. She was the chair of the RSGB in the first three years of the 1990s, serving only as the second woman to hold this position.  She provided dynamic and creative leadership culminating in the hugely successful programmes which marked the Movements Jubilee celebrations in 1992.
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Channukah 5783

As we reach the end of our 80th Anniversary year, The Reform Movement has created a short booklet to complement your Channukah celebrations. By dedicating one candle to each decade of our journey we are remembering and celebrating the major…

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We Will Remember Them

Up and down the country Reform Synagogues held special Shabbat Services, laid wreaths at their local Cenotaphs and remembered those of all faiths who died fighting for their country. We were especially proud that Rabbi Kathleen de Magtige-Middleton was able to represent The Movement for Reform Judaism and all Reform synagogues at the Cenotaph in Whitehall.
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Kivunim, another great weekend!

This weekend we ran another incredible Kivunim weekend, you can see what we got up to in this video. Kivunim is the MRJ’s national B’nei Mitzvah programme for our small and mid-sized communities. We have 36 young people signed up this year from 10 of our communities from as far south as Cornwall to as far north as Glasgow!
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