Conversion to Judaism: where to go?


 

The first step is to talk to you local Rabbi. You will find a list of the congregations, which are members of the European Union for Progressive in Judaism on this site: www.eupj.org at https://eupj.org/congregations/

We would like to draw your attention to the fact that only conversions undertaken under the auspices of a EUPJ recognised Rabbi and Beit Din (Rabbinic Court) will allow you to apply for full membership to a EUPJ community and to make Aliyah to Israel if you so wish.

The Progressive European Batei Din currently recognised by ERA (EUPJ Rabbinic Association) and the EUPJ are: 

The Beit Din of Liberal Judaism (U.K., Denmark, Ireland, Beit HaChidush, NL)

Rabbi Mark Solomon & Rabbi Margaret Jacobi

The Beit Din of the Movement for Reform Judaism (U.K.)

Rabbi Dr Jackie Tabick

The Bet Din of the Allgemeine Rabbinerkonferenz (Germany)

The Beth Din of the Dutch Union for Progressive Judaism (The Netherlands)

Rabbi Menno Ten Brink

Kerem, the Beit Din of the French and Francophone Communities (France, Luxembourg, Belgium & French speaking Switzerland)

Rabbi François Garaï

The Beit Din of the Swiss-German and Austrian progressive communities (German speaking Switzerland & Austria)

Rabbi Reuven Bar-Ephraim

The Central European Beit Din (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary)

Rabbi David Maxa

For all other areas not covered above, the European Beit Din has jurisdiction

https://eupj.org/governance/european-beit-din

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