WELCOME TO
THE SUFFOLK LIBERAL JEWISH COMMUNITY
AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY 

Our mission is to provide a welcoming and inclusive community for local Jews and their families, including non-Jewish partners and family members. We offer Progressive Judaism services, using the Liberal Judaism Siddur; cultural and social activities, and links with other Liberal Judaism communities in Norwich and Peterborough.  We also work with other faiths and secular organisations towards the welfare of our fellow citizens in the wider community.

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Orwell bridge

On a warm summer day

Community
Community

Community is our heartbeat

Coexist
Coexist

Interfaith dialogue

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Orwell bridge

On a warm summer day

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MEMBERSHIP 

Members receive exclusive newsletters, permission to joining our Facebook group, memorial reminders, biblical Hebrew  and Jewish education as well as support throughout all lifecycles. 

SERVICES

If you are not a member of the community, you will need to contact us via the contact page. We will contact you with the details of the service and make the usher aware of your arrival so you can be welcomed properly.

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ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY

 

SLJC is a small collection of people living in Suffolk and surrounding areas, who have a shared interest in meeting other Jewish people  and pursuing  Jewish matters. For some people this is confined to religious services and others have more of an interest in cultural aspects of Jewish life. 

We hold religious services once a month, on either a Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat service or Saturday mornings for our Shabbat service, except when celebrating specific Jewish festivals. Festivals such as for the High Holy Days or Passover are held in members homes (chavurah style of service with shared vegetarian meal) or in hired venues. 

We welcome all into our community. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
LIBERAL JUDAISM

Discover the world of Liberal Judaism

SLJC are proud to be a part of Liberal Judaism. We believe it is important for our members to learn about our stance on ethics, ritual and tradition.

"If you are not a better person tomorrow than you are today, what need have you for a tomorrow?" 

 Rebbe Nachman of Breslov