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The Honeycomb Project is a joint project between The Movement for Reform Judaism and Liberal Judaism, increasing care volunteer training and resources across the movements.

Follow us on Facebook – as well as sharing our training and other sessions, we will be sharing other opportunities which might be of interest to community care volunteers.

To get in touch with us and find out how we can support your community email Eryn London,



Check out our Honeycomb Project resources where you can find our Jewish holidays and wellbeing booklets and other resources that the Honeycomb Project has developed.

Stories for Life - Share Your Story

The Honeycomb Project, MRJ and LJ are very excited to be partnering with Stories for Life, giving community members the opportunity to record their life stories and memories for their loved ones.


Stories for Life connects people with trained biographers to tell their life story which will be audio recorded and processed by a professional audio engineer. The recordings are for personal use only, and will not be saved by any of the organisations connected to this project. As a charity, this service is offered free of charge by Stories for Life.


This is a really remarkable way to allow people to share and preserve their life stories and history. Helping them to create something that they are able to share with their family and loved ones.


We would really appreciate your help in spreading the word about this project with your community and encouraging people to sign up to record their stories.


For more information and to register to have your story recorded please go to the Stories for Life website. 

Stories for Life - Train to be a Biographer

Are you tenacious and respectful?

Are you patient and a good listener?

Do you feel comfortable using technology or learning how to use new technology?


As part of our partnership with Stories for Life, we are hoping to have a special training day in the autumn for community members that are interested in becoming a biographer, particularly to record members within your communities. Biographers work in pairs when doing the interviews. We are looking for a few people to join in our training. The training day and time are to be determined for autumn/winter 2023. To register your interest please follow this link.

For questions please email

Bereavement Support Training

We are very excited to be offering our Bereavement Support Training course led by Bobbi Riesel and Bette Fraser of Bereavement Care. Coming this November, it will be hosted in person at East London and Essex Liberal Synagogue on Sunday 26 November, and 3 December, free of charge. To apply please follow this link. 

For questions please email

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