BuzzLead: those top 10 reasons to come on Kadimah

1. You’ll make amazing friends for evs and evs 2. Time flies when you’re having fun and on Kadimah it does more than fly! 3. Become an incredibly cool Jew! 4. Be amazed at the joys of the Kadimah site! 5.Where … Continue reading

We owe it to the midwives

We owe it to the midwives

This chinuch article is by Gabriel Webber. It expresses his personal views and not those of the movement. There was a short discussion on Veidah about LJY-Netzer and protest – specifically whether it is appropriate to wear movement clothing on … Continue reading

Veidah and the point of vanishing interest

This article is written by MoWo Gabriel Webber. It does not necessarily represent the views of LJY-Netzer. In 1957, C Northcote Parkinson wrote about a committee meeting with three items on the agenda: (1) approving the construction of a nuclear … Continue reading

In which Abraham invents the two state solution

This chinuch article is written by LJY-Netzer member Gabriel Webber. It does not necessarily represent the views of LJY-Netzer or Liberal Judaism. There are many Bible stories we don’t teach to children. Some are X-rated; some, like the one where … Continue reading

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Board of Deputies Update

  For the last two years I have been LJY-Netzer’s representative on the Board of Deputies: the body designated by Act of Parliament as the official representative organisation of the UK Jewish community. And this is my report. Meetings of … Continue reading


Apples & Honey

This year’s Rosh Hashanah event for Galim and Bogrim had a lot to prove. At the 5773/4 event the sun was out, university hadn’t started yet and everyone was raring to go after only creating the event at Veidah that … Continue reading

Bogrim B’Barcelona

Bog Tour B’Barcelona

  What’s great about Bog Tour is that, even after Israel Tour and Kayitz, you are still able to attend events abroad with LJY and re-enter that ‘LJY-bubble’ in another country. So after what seemed like months, the 22nd June … Continue reading


LJY-Netzer in Gonder!

This year as part of our Summer Option Scheme, Sam Cohen, an LJY-Netzer Boger and previous Movement Worker, went on a funded volunteer scheme to Gondor in Ethiopia to work with Ethiopian Jews. He has now been there for 3 … Continue reading

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Lo Alecha HaMelacha Ligmor

    Lo Alecha HaMelacha Ligmor – My Time with Tzedek so far All in all, my first day at Tzedek was pretty surreal. The charity is based near Baker Street, and the combination of my love of Sherlock with … Continue reading


Zionist Youth Council Learning Event

  Last night the Zionist Youth Council hosted a cross-communal learning event in support of the three kidnapped Israeli Teenagers.  The night was run along the of pidyon shvuyim (the redemption of captives). The night started off with an introduction … Continue reading

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Shnat-Netzer 2013/14: Reflections on a Journey

The English Shnatties saying goodbye at the airport: October 2013   Two RSY-Netzer shnatties saying the prayer for going on a journey before boarding the plane: October 2013 It is not possible for me to talk about my journey with Shnat Netzer … Continue reading

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Machaneh Aviv (Spring Camp) blasts the easter holidays again!

Coming to this years Macheneh Aviv, my 10th LJY-Netzer camp, was a bittersweet experience for me. Of course I was going to have a fantastic week, as I always do on LJY-Netzer events, but I also knew that this would … Continue reading


The Biennial Bonanza – A Smashing Success!

The Biennial Bonanza The first ever Biennial Bonanza happened on the 9th-11th of May this year, and it was amazing! The mixture of services and special guests with crazy golf and swimming made the weekend enjoyable, interesting and thought provoking … Continue reading


March of The Living 2014

From the 23rd to the 19th of April 2014, the LJY-Netzer Movement Workers went on the annual March of the Living UK trip. On our youth-movement bus alone, we were joined by participants from RSY-Netzer, BBYO, FZY, Habonim-Dror, and the … Continue reading

LJY-Netzer & Yom Hashoah

LJY-Netzer & Yom Hashoah

Not many people know that there is a Holocaust memorial in Hyde Park in London. But passing tourists may have noticed it last Sunday when over 600 representatives of the Jewish community gathered there for an open air Yom HaShoah … Continue reading

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TOTY – Ani v’atah n’shaneh et ha’olam: Political Action

LJY-Netzer is steeped in a rich tradition of social action. Time and time again- whether it is through charity work whilst on Tours, raising awareness whilst on camps or our set piece events such as Mitzvah Day; LJY-Netzer has long … Continue reading


Sign on the Green Line!

  Keep checking this page for links to new articles on the green line campaign. The campaign is to encourage institutions and organisations to only use contemporary maps of Israel that have the correct green lines on them, outlining the … Continue reading


Liberal Judaism’s letter to the Jewish Leadership Council on Israel

The Jewish Leadership Council has been consulting its community representatives on an initiative led by Israel’s Justice Minister to look at the character of Israel as a Jewish and Democratic state. Lucian J. Hudson, Chairman of Liberal Judaism, represented the … Continue reading

Veidah Minutes

Shalom! Back in January we had a fantastic veidah where nearly 30 motions were passed. To see a list of those motions head here, but to read the fabulously entertaining minutes, download the document below. Veidah 5774 Minutes Final (Thanks … Continue reading


LJY-Netzer and Feminism

On Veidah, LJY-Netzer’s annual decision-making event for Galim and Bogrim, we passed a motion resolving to align LJY Netzer with the feminist movement and educate chanichim on feminism and the pursuit of equality. Although inherent in the ideology of Liberal … Continue reading

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