Sinai Synagogue is a progressive synagogue, affiliated to the Movement for Reform Judaism and a member of the European Union of Progressive Judaism and World Union of Progressive Judaism.
As a Reform community, we offer a compelling approach to Jewish life.
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Equality between the sexes, family seating, a critical and passionate engagement with our historic texts, a continued conversation between tradition and modern life and a call to social justice are firmly embedded in our community life. Men and women take equal part in our religious services and in synagogue leadership, as reflected by our male-and-female rabbinic team. We wrestle with our understanding of God, Torah and mitzvot (the commandments) in our limmud (learning) programming and interact in the wider world through tikkun olam (social justice) and interfaith work.
The Movement for Reform Judaism (MRJ) aims to inspire individuals and communities with Reform Jewish values and traditions.
The European Union for Progressive Judaism (EUPJ) works to foster and stimulate the growth of Progressive Judaism throughout Europe.
The World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ), established in London in 1926, is the international umbrella organisation of the Reform, Liberal, Progressive and Reconstructionist movements, serving 1,200 congregations with 1.8 million members in more than 50 countries.