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Minutes of a meeting of the Cardiff New Synagogue Ladies' Guild held on 4 December 1972 in Cardiff. The minutes report on the RSGB (Reform Synagogues of Great Britain) Association of Women's Guilds' Conference. The Ladies' Guild hosted a lunch for this conference, which was reported as a "great success". The minutes also record recent and forthcoming charitable events, such as a "good as new" shop and the annual supper dance. Finally, the minutes propose a possible visit to Stewart Crystals in Ystrad Mynach. The minutes are included in a Cardiff New Synagogue Ladies' Guild Minute Book, 1972-1979.

The Associated British Synagogues, later renamed the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, was formed by representatives from UK Reform Synagogues in 1942, aided in part by the influx of Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany, many of whom were well suited to the philosophy of the British Reform movement. In 2005, the association changed its name to the Movement for Reform Judaism.

The Cardiff New Synagogue Ladies' Guild, a women-only volunteer group, was established in 1950. The ladies of the Guild organised religious, fund raising and social activities for the Synagogue - from the annual garden parties, to the food of festivals and to talks held in members' homes, as well as acts of tzedakah (justice or charity) and community welfare. The Ladies' Guild ceased to exist in 1986. In its place, a new guild formed that was open to both men and women, which focussed more on fundraising for the Synagogue.

The Cardiff Reform Synagogue was founded in 1948 as the Cardiff New Synagogue. The following year, it became a constituent member of the Movement for Reform Judaism. Born in reaction against the more restrictive traditions of the Orthodox Judaism of Cardiff Hebrew Congregation, such as the prohibition of driving on the Sabbath and the ban on interfaith marriages, the new Synagogue appealed to immigrants who had fled war-torn Europe, where the Reform movement was already well-established. The congregation worships in a converted Methodist Chapel on Moira Terrace, acquired in 1952.

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