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The Ark Synagogue, in the UK, will be holding a Concert in Aid of Ukraine on Saturday 2 April. All money raised will go to help and support The Ark’s twin communities in Ukraine: Teiva Congregation, Lviv, and the Lutsk Jewish Community – both members…

We welcome donations to the WUPJ/EUPJ Ukraine Emergency Support Fund here. The application of WUPJ’s Ukraine Crisis Fund will be made in direct aid and support of the WUPJ / EUPJ Ukraine Emergency Support programme, which executive committee is chaired by Carole Sterling, WUPJ Chair,…

By Rabbi Nathan Alfred, WUPJ Head of International Development and Community Building In a moving graduation ceremony this past weekend, twenty-six students from EUPJ communities in fourteen countries graduated from Baalei Tefillah Europe 2021, a pioneering programme, taught by Rabbi Nathan Alfred, that trains lay…

We are exited to invite you to our second Saturday morning virtual Shabbat Service led by aspiring prayer leaders from all over Europe – from Sweden and Finland in the north to Portugal and Italy in the south. The service takes place in Hebrew and…

In response to the September 30th ruling of the Constitutional Court of Belgium, allowing for laws, passed in the regions of Flanders and Wallonia, that contain no religious exemptions but that bar the slaughter of animals without prior stunning – stunning that violates ritual slaughtering…

We are exited to invite you to our first Saturday morning virtual Shabbat Service led by aspiring prayer leaders from all over Europe – from Sweden and Finland in the north to Portugal and Italy in the south. The service takes place in Hebrew and…

Experience an exciting virtual Friday evening Shabbat service led by aspiring lay prayer leaders from all over Europe – from Sweden and Finland in the north to Portugal and Italy in the south. The service takes place in Hebrew and English. Come and enjoy the…

By Bill Echikson, EUPJ Brussels Director From floods in Belgium, where I live, to a scorching heatwave in the United States, where I grew up, the threat of climate change seems everywhere. How should Jews respond? That was the question we asked at our most…