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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

Please do come along to our Shabbat services. Our Sanctuary doors are wide open! Erev Shabbat services start at 6.45pm Friday evenings and 11am Saturday mornings. If you prefer, you can also watch our services on our YouTube channel. View LJS Covid advice here 
 
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Pride Shabbat

Friday 1st July from 7.45pm at the LJS
Please join us in person or virtually together with Liberal Judaism to celebrate Pride. A Chavurah supper and performance by the Pink Singers will follow the regular Erev Shabbat service beginning at the earlier time of 6.30pm. 
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Thought for the Week

This week, Rabbi Igor discusses Liberal Judaism's response to the US Supreme Court's overturning of Row vs. Wade
In Biblical Hebrew, two words can be translated as ‘law’ – chok (חוק) and mishpat (משפט). What is the difference between a chok and a mishpat? The traditional answer is articulated in early Rabbinic Midrash. A chok has no reason behind it, and a mishpat has a logic which is entirely understandable to people. (Midrash Bereishit Rabbah 44) In other words, mishpat is the ...

The LJS Newsletter July/August

Rabbi Dr Andrew Goldstein and LJS members on Liberal Judaism and the Day of Celebration; engaging stories of LJS staff; Carolyn Simon’s Dutch family background; Danny Lang’s account of KT’s visit to Swedenborg House; Rabbi Alex’s book review; 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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Sign up to our weekly e-newsletters Shalom and Thought for the Week full of the latest news, upcoming events, social action initiatives, community support and links to our online services.
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Sat, 2 July 2022 3 Tammuz 5782