Progressive Judaism in the United Kingdom consists of two organizationally distinct denominations - Liberal Judaism and Reform Judaism.
With an estimated 700 000 members, it also accounts for the largest number of Jews affiliated with Progressive Judaism worldwide.
Progressive Judaism, including Reform Judaism, does not accept Jewish law as binding.
Progressive Judaism in Germany is a community reborn from the ashes of the Shoah.
Progressive Judaism is the Israeli equivalent of Reform Judaism.
Progressive Judaism (Germany)
Progressive Judaism, sometimes called Reform Judaism is a movement within Judaism.
Progressive Judaism started its formal existence as a movement in 1926 when leading Liberal, Reform, and Progressive Jews in North America and Europe met in England to discuss common interests.
Progressive Judaism represents a set of beliefs, goals, and organizational structure shared by Jews that variously call themselves "Liberal", "Reform", "Reconstructionist" or "Progressive".