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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 services with thought-provoking sermons and wonderful music followed by community Kiddushim, in person or on YouTube. Service times are: 6.45pm on Friday evenings, 11am on Saturday mornings. If attending in person, view LJS Covid advice here 
 
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LJ Day of Celebration

Sunday 22 May 9.30am - 4.30pm
Join the LJ Day of Celebration Where Liberal and Judaism Meet, this year hosted by the LJS. A festival of fascinating and inspiring talks and insights plus competitions. Read Rabbi Igor's article about the day here.
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Thought for the Week

This week, Rabbi Igor considers the parallels between this week's Torah portion and the current economic realities.
According to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation UK poverty report for 2020/21, before the pandemic, more than one in five people in the UK lived in poverty. Probably, this figure is even worse today. Defining and measuring poverty is not a simple task, but the current rise in living costs in the UK and many other countries is impossible to ignore. This week’s Torah portion gives us a meaningful...

The LJS Newsletter May/June

Members’ memories of the Queen’s accession to the throne; an exploration of Sephardi culture; the story of our rescued Czech scroll; Shavuot and the cycle of our festivals; Pat Utermohlen on her late husband, William, who painted our murals; community news.

Summer 2022 Learning Circle Brochure

The LJS offers an exciting programme of learning and engagement for adults, known as The Learning Circle. Classes and groups occur throughout the week and on Shabbat mornings before the service, all taught by expert teachers.
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Celebrate our Czech scroll

Shabbat Service 21 May 11.00am
Please join us to celebrate our Czech Scroll and commemorate the 80th anniversary of the deportation of the Jews from Moravske Budejovice, the town our little rescued scroll came from.
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Fri, 20 May 2022 19 Iyar 5782