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		                                    Welcome to the LJS		                                </span>
		                                		                                
		                                		                            	                            	
		                            <span class="slider_description">A vibrant, inclusive, diverse and egalitarian community in London. <br>
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At our core is a belief in social justice and applying Jewish values to 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. <br>
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<u><a href="https://www.ljs.org/the-ljs.html">Click here to read our Vision and Values</a></u></span>

Share Shabbat with us

Join our online services on Youtube with thought-provoking sermons and wonderful music, followed by a community Kiddush on Zoom. Service times are: 6:45pm on Friday evenings, 11:00am on Saturday mornings.
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LJS Chavruta, Sunday 24 October 11.00am

Rabbi Igor invites you to the launch of this innovative initiative for LJS Members and Friends across all ages. An absorbing learning experience without borders. Debate traditional texts using literature, poetry and music
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Thought for the Week

This Shabbat, Rabbi  Alexandra Wright considers Parashat Vayera

‘Va’tabeit ishto me-acharav, va’t’hi n’tziv melach.
‘And his [Lot’s] wife looked behind him and became a pillar of salt’ (Genesis 19:26).

Who is Lot’s wife? We know next to nothing about her. She is, like many of the women in the Torah, nameless. In an earlier chapter.....

 

 

 

 

‘Va’tabeit ishto me-acharav, va’t’hi n’tziv melach.’‘And his [Lot’s] wife looked behind him and became a pillar of salt’ (Genesis 19:26).

Who is Lot’s wife? We know next to nothing about her. She is, like many of the women in the Torah, nameless. In an earlier chapter, Lot, the women, and servants of his household are,  ...

Kristallnacht Commemoration - 9 November

Join us and our guest speaker Sir Anish Kapoor, the creator and sculptor of our Shoah Memorial, as we mark the 25th anniversary of the dedication service of the Memorial, and commemorate Kristallnacht, the pogrom of 9 November 1938.

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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The LJS Yom Kippur Appeal 578/ 2021

This year we are supporting three wonderful charities:
The Cardinal Hume Centre in Westminster, Jewish Women’s Aid, and Neve-Shalom/ Wahat-al-Salaam Jewish/Arab village in Israel
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Mon, 25 October 2021 19 Cheshvan 5782