• Prayers for Israel
    You can find a statement from the Progessive Clergy and details of the prayer in this article here:
  • Major Changes for Progressive Judaism in the UK
    Liberal Judaism and The Movement for Reform Judaism have announced that they will be working together to create one single unified Progressive Jewish movement for the UK. Liberal Judaism CEO Rabbi Charley Baginsky will partner with Rabbi Josh Levy who is to become the CEO of The Movement for Reform Judaism, and together they will … Continue reading “Major Changes for Progressive Judaism in the UK”
  • Tu B’Shvat
    On 5th/6th February, it will be Tu B’Shvat, known as the New Year for Trees. In modern times, this is the time we celebrate all things trees, nature and the environment and how we can better our relationship with these.
  • Chag Sameach!
    PLJC wish all our members and friends a happy Chanukah, we look forward to seeing everyone again in the new year.
  • Ukraine Crisis Fund
    Our thoughts are with all those being affected by the crisis happening in Ukraine. We pray for a swift and peaceful end to this conflict. In this modern world, we can only hope that love and sense will prevail over hatred and violence. World Jewish Relief (WJR) and the World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ) … Continue reading “Ukraine Crisis Fund”
  • Holocaust Memorial Day
    Holocaust Memorial Day is a national commemoration day in the United Kingdom dedicated to the remembrance of the Jews and others who suffered in the Holocaust, under Nazi persecution.  Members will be informed of events happening locally within the Peterborough area. There is also a national website dedicated to the day itself, should you want … Continue reading “Holocaust Memorial Day”
  • High Holy Days 2021
    This High Holy Days, Liberal Judaism communities across the country are offering a mix of online, hybrid and in-person services. Members have been emailed details of the services being held by PLJC, and you can visit the website below for details of all the services being streamed by Liberal Judaism:
  • LJ Biennial
    Liberal Judaism will be hosting their LJ Biennial online this year, from 30 April – 2 May 2021. The theme for this year is ‘Breaking Down Walls’. LJ’s Biennial Conference 2021 is co-chaired by Rabbi Leah Jordan, Rabbi at Kehillah North London, and LJ National Officer Owen Power. Conference Co-Chair Rabbi Leah Jordan says “We … Continue reading “LJ Biennial”
  • We have a new website!
    Welcome to our new website! We hope you find it easy to find the information you are looking for. Please do give us any feedback using the contact form.