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26 AUGUST 2021 - 18 ELUL 5781
PARASHAT KI TAVO
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Annual Memorial Services


This year the Liberal Judaism Annual Memorial Services will take place as follows: 
 
Pound Lane Cemetery 
Sunday 5 September at 11:00
To book a place at this service please email synagogue@ljs.org

Western Cemetery, Cheshunt
Sunday 5 September at 13:00
To book a place at this service please click here

Edgwarebury Cemetery
Sunday 12 September at 14:00
To book a place at this service please click here

Due to the current COVID19 restrictions in place at our cemeteries this year it is essential that people book in advance for our Annual Memorial Services using the information above. 

Please note there are no memorial services this year at Cheshunt Woodland Cemetery or Golders Green Crematorium. 

LJ IN THE MEDIA


Liberal Judaism High Holy Days Services 2021

The plan for EcoShabbat (5/ 6 November 2021)

JCORE Emergency Appeal for Afghan Refugees
 

 
Read the July/August issue of LJ Today here.
 

 
Download the Progressively Jewish Podcast via Apple Podcasts  or Spotify.

Download the Jew Know What? Podcast via Apple Podcasts  or Spotify.

In this week's Jewish News, Rabbi Dr Margaret Jacobi looks at what the Torah says about peace and pacifism.

Click here to read the latest Jewish News issue.

Sign up for The Jewish News daily email here.

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Parashat Ki Tavo by Rabbi Alexandra Wright

In Our Communities


Saturday 28 August - 11.15am - KLS. Rabbi Janet Darley will lead this week's service live from the Golden Cross, a historic pub in Cardiff, where she will be giving a talk in the afternoon as part of a discussion comparing the intertwining journeys many faith communities embark on to reach loving affirmation of the LGBTQ+ communities. For details of the event and livestream click here.

Sunday 29 August - 5:30pm - Mosaic - The History of English Silver with Adrian Cohen. Hear how he became involved with Silver and interesting stories from the trade. To join the zoom click here

Sunday 29 August - 7:30pm - ELELS. Online quiz led by Francesca and Hilary Barclay. The format will be the tried and trusted with 4 original rounds on a variety of topics and an interval round. To sign up click here

LJ Yom Kippur Afternoon Study and Reflection

 
Thursday 16 September
3:00 - 5:00pm

 
Join us on Yom Kippur afternoon to study and reflect at our sessions led by rabbis from across Liberal Judaism. Featuring:

Rabbi Yuval Keren - Gemilut Chasadim

Rabbi Rebecca Birk - The depths of avoidance

Rabbi Lea Muehlstein - Durban +20 – What have we learned?

Rabbi Aaron Goldstein - Baring our souls: Through poetry

Rabbi Andrew Goldstein - The Joseph Saga and the High Holydays

Rabbi Michael Shire - The Last Call: Anticipating the Shofar at Neilah

Rabbi Margaret Jacobi - The Martyrdom of Chanina ben Teradion and the Relief of Suffering.

Rabbi Richard Jacobi - Leviticus 19:14: A Stumbling Block and The Evolution of Meaning

A Dramatisation of the Book of Jonah with Dame Janet Suzman as God
 
More information on the sessions and how to join will be sent out nearer the time.

Europe Connects For Shabbat

 
Friday 3 September 6pm
 
A special service presented by the EUPJ and Baalei Tefillah Europe. 
Experience an exciting virtual Friday evening Shabbat service led by aspiring lay prayer leaders from all over Europe – from Sweden and Finland in the north to Portugal and Italy in the south.
 
Read more about Baalei Tefillah here.
 
You can register here for the service.
 
If you need any further information, please email Jesse Goldberg.

World Jewish Relief Emergency Appeal 

 
This week World Jewish Relief launched an emergency appeal to help people being forced to flee Afghanistan. 
  
Judaism teaches us not to stand idly in the face of suffering and injustice, and our community’s history reminds us why this is so important. World Jewish Relief was founded to help refugees in the 1930s and 40s because they were Jewish; we help refugees today because we are Jewish. 
 
 
You can donate today and save lives at www.worldjewishrelief.org/afghancrisis 
or 020 8736 1250.

Tzelem, JCORE and Liberal Judaism present: 
Refugee Rights - What is the Future?  


Thursday 2 September at 7:30pm 

Seventy years on from the UN Convention on Refugees, what rights do Refugees still have in the UK? How will the proposed immigration bill affect those rights? And what can we do? 

To help address these questions we welcome: 
Lawrence Bottinick, Senior Legal Officer, UN High Commission for Refugees and Edie Freedman, Founder and Director of JCORE, the Jewish Council for Racial Equality. 

Click here to register in advance of the event.

LBC Lehrhaus: Autumn 2021


Leo Baeck College presents an opportunity to study with our world-renowned faculty and specialist teachers on a range of subjects as part of the Lehrhaus, our adult Jewish learning programme following in the footsteps of the Frankfurt Lehrhaus established in 1920 by Franz Rosenzweig.

Click here for the programme and to sign up.

Getting Away with Murder(s)


Thursday 9 September at 6:15pm
at Everyman Theatre York

Tickets are now available for Getting Away with Murder(s) that will be shown on 9 September from 6:15pm - 10:30pm at Everyman Theatres in York with Q&A afterwards. 

The film is a feature length documentary that asks the question why were 1,000,000 people able to kill 11,000,000 people with over 99% never being prosecuted. A part of the filming occurred in York at Clifford's Tower and examines the Clifford Tower massacre. To discover the answer you will need to see the film. 

Tickets can be found online here

Students' Departure for University

 
If your community would like to mark your student's departure for university or help your students prepare for their time at university, please be in touch with Liberal Judaism's student chaplain Rabbi Anna Posner via email

The Small Communities ONE Shabbat


3-4 September
 
Sharing one Shabbat all together, wherever you are - on your own, with family or with your community.
 
To register with the Jewish Small Communities Network for more information, please click here.

Save The Date: UK Jewish Film Festival

 
4 - 18 November 2021  
 
The 25th Anniversary edition of the UK Jewish Film Festival will be held from Thursday 4 - Thursday 18 November 2021 in cinemas and online. 

More details available soon. 

Norwich Liberal Jewish Community are Recruiting



Part Time Rabbi (0.25) 

Norwich Liberal Jewish Community are looking to appoint a part time rabbi to lead their small but growing community. This is an exciting time to join them as they continue to build on the work done by Rabbis Leah, Gerson and Anna over the past eight years. 

The new rabbi will be with Norwich one weekend per month. 

For a job description and further information about this rewarding opportunity please email chair.nljc@gmail.com. All communications will be treated as confidential. 

Closing date: 30 September 2021 

Southgate Progressive Synagogue are Recruiting

 
New Position: Part-time Community Development Manager 
 
Southgate Progressive Synagogue are looking to appoint a part-time (15 hours/pw) Community Development Manager to develop our community in a multitude of areas with a special focus on families. The job will be based at the SPS site in Chase Road, Southgate but there will be some opportunity for home working. 
For more information and a job description, please email Mark Shaw at markshaw@sps.uk.com 

Zoom Support

 

For any questions regarding using Zoom, or for support, first of all check the official Zoom support, available in text or video, or if you're not able to find the answers, contact montagu@liberaljudaism.org and we'll do what we can to help you.
 
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