Liberal Judaism is excited to bring its Biennial Weekend directly to you, using the latest cutting-edge technology to give members, friends, and their families three days of services, seminars, and socialising.
The weekend will create a Liberal Judaism Collaboratory; sharing and exploring the best that Liberal Jews can offer, and how partnerships can help us to thrive and open up new opportunities for innovation.
"Over the years Biennial has grown and developed to become our flagship event. It is this incredible opportunity to showcase our rabbis and lay people and the work they do and the deep thinking they invest behind it.
As it became increasingly obvious that Biennial could not happen in it is usual form in May, we have turned our minds to how we can still have this time together.
More than ever we need those moments of movement collaboration, of joining together in prayer and thought and even to socialise and so we are unbelievably proud to announce the Biennial Weekend at Home.
The Biennial Weekend will retain its theme of Liberal Judaism: Collaboratory – providing an open space and a creative process where partners work together to generate solutions to, sometimes complex, problems.
If ever there was a theme more apt for a conference and more needed then I have not heard it! This will be a real Collaboratory, sharing and exploring the best that Liberal Jews can offer in this time and how those internal and external partnerships can thrive and go and push us into new spaces and new relationships.”
We look forward to seeing you there!" - Rabbi Charley Baginsky
For the first time Liberal Judaism's Biennial Weekend will be delivered entirely online.
After you've registered you'll receive an email with how to access to the programme and instructions for how to watch and take part in sessions throughout the weekend.
Dip in and watch specific talks and services, or catch them all. It’s up to you!
The Collaboratory In Action
Collaborating Across The Jewish People
The Ethical Ambiguities of Collaborating Online
Is Communal Prayer a Collaborative Experience for Liberal Jews?
Shabbat Morning Service
Matthew Gould in conversation with Daniel Finkelstein
Rabbi Danny Rich
Can we Collaborate Across the Continents?