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		                                    Welcome to the LJS		                                </span>
		                                		                                
		                                		                            	                            	
		                            <span class="slider_description">A vibrant, inclusive, diverse and egalitarian community in London. Together we explore applying Jewish values to the challenge of living ethical lives within the social, intellectual and environmental realities of the 21st Century. <br>
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We welcome Jewish and non-Jewish partners, families & individuals to our hybrid & online services & events. <a href="https://www.ljs.org/the-ljs.html">Click here to read our Vision and Values</a></span>

Share Shabbat with us

Join our online services on YouTube followed by a community Kiddush on Zoom.
Service times are: 6:45pm on Friday evenings, 11:00am on Saturday mornings. Join us and communities around the world as we host Erev Shabbat service on behalf of WUPJ.
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The LJS Heritage Trail

The LJS is a wonderfully diverse and international community, with our own or family roots in countries across the world. Read Ann and Bob's personal stories which have just been added. This project forms part of our celebration of the diversity and inclusivity of the LJS.
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Thought for the Week

This week, Rabbi Igor considers the importance of collective wisdom, and working together as one.
Crime and Punishment is a novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky. The book focuses on the moral dilemmas of Rodion Raskolnikov, an impoverished university graduate in Saint Petersburg, who develops a plan to get rich by killing a moneylender. Raskolnikov believes that he can liberate himself from poverty and go on to perform great deeds. However, after the...

The LJS Newsletter May/June

Includes the favourite Yiddish words of our members, and an interview with LJS member Madeleine Kessler about this year’s Architecture Biennale in Venice. Matt Turchin reflects on Shavuot, and there are reports on our Purimspiel and Yom Ha-Shoah event.

Sign up to receive Shalom LJS

Shalom LJS is our community's weekly online news sheet. Full of the latest news, upcoming events, social action initiatives, community support and links to our online services.
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Tea with Rabbi Rachel

Wednesdays - 16 June at 5pm

Bring a cuppa and some cake and join Rabbi Rachel Benjamin for an hour’s chat, catch-up with friends, and some lively discussion.
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Tue, 22 June 2021 12 Tammuz 5781