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Reviving Judaism

The Together Plan delivers resources and offers remote support from Rabbis, lay leaders, teachers and informal Jewish educators.

Survival to revival

Between 1941 and 1945 the Nazis systematically exterminated 90% of the region’s Jews. Those that survived experienced further destruction of their communities under the Soviet government’s policy of atheism – religious practice was banned and community gatherings persecuted. The authorities fostered mistrust and suspicion of others as a means of enforcing control.

Since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, Jewish life has seen a small revival. But the legacy of the Soviet era seriously restricts communities’ potential. The Together Plan works closely with its partner communities, helping them to rediscover Jewish traditions and acquire the skills and confidence to revive.


Sunday Schools and interactive festivals inspire children and adults alike

Reviving Traditions

With our support, communities learn to hold Shabbat, B’nei Mitzvah and more

Building Bridges

Communities across Europe share ideas and expertise for everyone’s benefit


Interest groups and home visits ensure even the most vulnerable are included