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Masorti, Reform and Liberal Judaism agree statement on diversity and pluralism

By Matt Plen

Three of the largest synagogue movements within Judaism – representing around a third of British Jewry – have agreed a “Statement of Community Collaboration”, committing them to drive forward cross-communal working and respect each others’ traditions.

Three of the largest synagogue movements within Judaism – representing around a third of British Jewry – have agreed a “Statement of Community Collaboration”, committing them to drive forward cross-communal working and respect each others’ traditions.

Three of the largest synagogue movements within Judaism – representing around a third of British Jewry – have agreed a “Statement of Community Collaboration”, committing them to drive forward cross-communal working and respect each others’ traditions.

Three of the largest synagogue movements within Judaism – representing around a third of British Jewry – have agreed a “Statement of Community Collaboration”, committing them to drive forward cross-communal working and respect each others’ traditions.

Three of the largest synagogue movements within Judaism – representing around a third of British Jewry – have agreed a “Statement of Community Collaboration”, committing them to drive forward cross-communal working and respect each others’ traditions.

Posted on 5 May 2014

This blog aims to provide articles of interest on the weekly parashah and issues in Masorti Judaism, representing the full range of diverse views that exist among Masorti members. For guidance on any of the issues raised, please consult your rabbi.

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