Solomon gets Scots and interfaith roles

By Simon Rocker, September 17, 2009
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Rabbi Mark Solomon has left the Liberal Jewish Synagogue, St John’s Wood, after nine years to take up a new role as interfaith consultant for Liberal Judaism.

He has also become part-time rabbi of Sukkat Shalom, Edinburgh’s Liberal community, and will take services over the High Holy-Days.

Rabbi Solomon, a trustee of the Interfaith Alliance UK, said that “Jewish-Muslim links are very important these days, but I hope to build links more widely as well”.

Liberal Judaism chief executive Rabbi Danny Rich was delighted “that Mark, with his impressive record in interfaith dialogue, has chosen to work for Liberal Judaism in this special field”.

    Last updated: 4:27pm, September 17 2009