We thought you might like to take advantage of some of the links below to other web sites of Jewish interest. Whilst we think the links might be of interest, views expressed on these sites do not necessarily reflect the views held by anyone connected with Wimbledon & District Synagogue.
All links are shown in alphabetical order.
Beyondimages is a guide to websites on Israel and is designed to support advocacy which is coherent, well-informed, humane, pro-active and balanced. It provides many links to other sites divided into useful topic areas.
Biggreenjewish is a website about judasim and the environment.
The Board of Deputies of British Jews is the main representative body of British Jewry.
The Community Security Trust (CST) provides support to all of the community and help in understanding and protecting against threats.
Chai Cancer Care is the Jewish community’s cancer support organisation, providing a range of services including counselling, complementary therapies, helpline, a comprehensive programme of social and physical activities, advocacy and advice as well as expert lectures.
Ha'aretz Major Israeli national daily newspaper
hebcal allows you to caculate your yahrzeit / anniversary dates etc.
ICJudaism: A Teacher’s Guide to Judaism - for materials, resources, explanations and teaching aids. Devised by a Wimbledon & District Synagogue member and teacher. Excellent to support your visit to our synagogue. For more on School Visits ot Wimbledon & District Synagogue click here.
Israel Religious Action Center is the action group of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism supporting the ideals of social justice, human equality and religious tolerance.
The JTA global news service of the Jewish people
Jeneration.org aims to engage Jewish young adults, in the UK, in new ways and on their own terms.
Judaica Europeana is a vast digital archive of Jewish books, documents, objects, photographs, postcards, posters, music recordings and videos. It is an exceptional resource for the research, study and enjoyment of Jewish heritage.
jewfaq for a comprehensive information base of basic Jewish terms, concepts and practices.
Leo Baeck College trains rabbis for the Reform and Liberal movements. Its Department of Jewish Education runs courses for religion school teachers and an MA in Jewish education.
The Jewish Joint Burial Society The organisation founded for the purpose of providing funerals for the members of 35 Reform and Masorti Synagogues affiliated to it throughout this country.
The Jewish Museum London tells the story of Jewish history, culture and religion in an innovative and compelling way and engage with people of all backgrounds and faiths to explore Jewish heritage and identity as part of the wider story of Britain
Jewish Web Directory Founded in 1994, MavenSearch is the leading directory and search engine for Jewish content related websites.
MEMRI Middle East Media Research Institute explores the Middle East through the region's media.
Merton Connected the online home of your local voluntary, community and faith sector.
The Movement for Reform Judaism (formerly RSGB) The umbrella organisation for the reform synagogue movementin the UK.
Click here in order to sign up for the Movement of Reform Judaism newsletter in order to stay up to date on the latest news, comment and events from the Movement.
My Jewish Learning - The Personal Gateway to Jewish Exploration
The New Israel Fund UK is part of an international philanthropic partnership working to strengthen Israel’s democracy and to promote freedom, justice and equality for all Israel’s citizens
Nightingale House provides a “home for life” for older members of the Jewish community in a tranquil and peaceful setting offering residential care, nursing care and sheltered housing.
North American Conference on Ethiopian Jewry is exclusively committed to the welfare of Ethopian Jews in Israel and in Ethopia.
www.ort.org The world's largest Jewish education and vocational training non-governmental organisation.
Rabbi Sybil's blog - click here to read more
Rabbi Sybil's Tweet - click here to follow:
www.reformjudaism.org is the site for American Reform Judaism.
RESOURCE provides FREE support for unemployed Jewish people to get into or back to work speedily, efficiently and effectively. Click here for more details from their web site.
Visit RSY-Netzer to find out about a youth movement which runs fun and adventurous activities for 10-18 year olds. We’re peer led, so everything is run by our 17-23 year old leaders. It's a great place for you place for you to make new friends in a Jewish environment.
Shamash - The Jewish Network, provides high quality Jewish mailing lists, databases and resource information.
South London Jewish Community Services aims to help Jewish people living in South London find out about care and support services and also included information on local Jewish facilities Jewish community events and where to buy Kosher food.
South London Jewish Primary School plans to open in 2013 - click here to read more about the plans for this cross communal, mixed school, dedicated to creating an environment in which children can grow to their fullest potential as responsible and dedicated members of the Jewish community and of British society.
Tzedek is an organisation that aims to build a world without extreme poverty. Tzedek works with partners, projects and communities abroad, regardless of their race or religion, providing direct support to help local people so they can help themselves.
Union of Jewish Students
Union For Reform Judaism is the web site for the reform Jewish movement in North America with some interesting links and resources.
VirtualJerusalem.com for more on Jewish life, Israel, Judaism, News and more.
The World Jewish Congress is an international organization whose mission is to address the interests and needs of Jews and Jewish communities throughout the world. They have also published a book on Israel's rights as a nation-state in international diplomacy which you can download free via this link.