Werner van der Zyl
Rabbi Dr Werner van der Zyl (Schwerte, Germany, 11 September 1902 – Palma, Majorca, Spain, 1984) was a rabbi in Berlin and in London, where he came in 1939 as a refugee rabbi from Germany. He was the ...
Manchester Reform Synagogue
Manchester Reform Synagogue, a member of the Movement for Reform Judaism, is one of the oldest Reform synagogues in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1857, the synagogue is located in central Manchester...
Liberal Judaism
Liberal Judaism is a Jewish religious denomination in Britain, resembling American Reform Judaism. It is one of the WUPJ affiliates in the United Kingdom along with the local, more conservative Britis...
Philip Magnus
Sir Philip Magnus, 1st Baronet (7 October 1842 – 29 August 1933) was a British educational reformer and politician, who represented the London University constituency as a Unionist from 1906 to 1922. ...
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Nancy Morris
Nancy Morris (born 2 November 1961) is a Reform rabbi, who was appointed to Glasgow Reform Synagogue, formerly known as Glasgow New Synagogue, in October 2003, making her the first female rabbi in Sco...
West London Synagogue
The West London Synagogue of British Jews (commonly abbreviated as WLS) is a Reform Jewish synagogue and congregation near Marble Arch in London. It was established on 15 April 1840. Its current buil...
Blackpool Reform Jewish Congregation
The Blackpool Reform Jewish Congregation is a Reform Judaism congregation in Blackpool, England.
With a synagogue located on Raikes Parade, Blackpool Reform Jewish Congregation was founded in 1947...
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Bournemouth Reform Synagogue
Bournemouth Reform Synagogue (Hebrew: קהילה קדושה שערי צדק‎, Kehillah Kedoshah Sha'arei Tzedek, lit. "the sacred community 'Gates of Righteousness'"), also known as BRS, is a Reform Jewish s...
Leo Baeck
Leo Baeck (23 May 1873 – 2 November 1956) was a 20th-century German rabbi, scholar, and a leader of Progressive Judaism.
Baeck was born in Lissa (Leszno) (then in the German Province of Posen, now...
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Claude Montefiore
Claude Joseph Goldsmid Montefiore (1858 - 1938) was son of Nathaniel Montefiore, and the great nephew of Sir Moses Montefiore. Some identify him as a significant figure in the contexts of modern Jewis...
Arthur Löwenstamm
Rabbi Dr Arthur Löwenstamm (also spelt Loewenstamm) (20 December 1882 in Ratibor, Upper Silesia – 22 April 1965 in Manchester, England) was a Jewish theologian, writer and rabbi in Berlin and in Lond...
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Jonathan Magonet
Rabbi Professor Jonathan David Magonet (born 2 August 1942) is a British Jewish theologian, Vice-President of the World Union of Progressive Judaism, and a biblical scholar. He is highly active in Ch...
Leo Baeck College
0°11′22″W / 51.59528°N 0.18944°W / 51.59528; -0.18944Leo Baeck College is a privately funded rabbinical seminary and centre for the training of teachers in Jewish education. B...
Lily Montagu
Lilian Helen "Lily" Montagu, CBE (22 December 1873 − 22 January 1963) was the first woman to play a major role in Progressive or Reform Judaism.
Lily Montagu was the sixth of ten children born to ...
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Bromley Reform Synagogue
Bromley Reform Synagogue is a synagogue in the London Borough of Bromley; it serves the areas of south east London and north west Kent including Bromley, Beckenham, Orpington, Blackheath, Dartford, Ma...
Beth Shalom Cambridge
Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue is a synagogue in the City of Cambridge. It was founded in 1981.The community is building a new synagogue on a site on Auckland Road. The first Reform synagogue in Cambrid...
Belsize Square Synagogue
0°10′13″W / 51.54722°N 0.17028°W / 51.54722; -0.17028Belsize Square Synagogue is a synagogue and Jewish community in Belsize Park, Hampstead, in the London Borough of Camden. ...
Brighton and Hove Reform Synagogue
Brighton and Hove Reform Synagogue is a synagogue in Hove, Sussex, England. It has 500 adult members.
The community was founded in 1955 with temporary accommodation and the synagogue was dedicated...
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John Rayner
Rabbi John Desmond Rayner CBE (30 May 1924 – 19 September 2005) was born in Berlin as Hans Sigismund Rahmer. He left Berlin in 1939 on one of the last Kindertransports. There were about 10,000 childre...
Ealing Liberal Synagogue
Ealing Liberal Synagogue is a liberal synagogue in the London borough of Ealing affiliated with the Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues. Despite its small size the synagogue remains an import...
Sternberg Centre
0°11′22″W / 51.59528°N 0.18944°W / 51.59528; -0.18944The Sternberg Centre for Judaism, in East End Road, Finchley, London, is a campus hosting a number of Jewish institutions...
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Julia Neuberger, Baroness Neuberger
Rabbi Julia Babette Sarah Neuberger, Baroness Neuberger, DBE (born 27 February 1950; née Julia Schwab) is a member of the British House of Lords. She formerly took the Liberal Democrat whip, but resig...
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Albert Friedlander
Albert Hoschander Friedlander OBE (10 May 1927 – 8 July 2004) was a rabbi and teacher.
Albert Friedlander was born on 10 May 1927 in Berlin, the son of a textile broker, Alex Friedlander (d. 1956)...
Bradford Reform Synagogue
Bradford Reform Synagogue is a synagogue in Bradford affiliated with the Movement for Reform Judaism.The synagogue is still used for Shabbat and major festivals although the community is small and has...
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Tony Bayfield
Rabbi Dr Anthony Michael ("Tony") Bayfield CBE is a Reform rabbi and President of the Movement for Reform Judaism, the second largest organisation of synagogues in Britain.He was born in Ilford, Essex...