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בנעוריה (עם משפחתה?) הייתה חלק מקהילת Manchester Reform Synagogue{{אנ|Manchester Reform Synagogue}}
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sybil Sheridan was born in Bolton, Lancashire, and grew up as a member of the Manchester Reform Synagogue. She read Theology and Religious Studies at Cambridge, one of the first two Jews to do so (the other being Sylvia Rothschild’s brother). She then studied at the Leo Baeck College and at the Pardes Institute in Jerusalem, and was ordained as a Rabbi in 1981.
 
After four years at the Ealing Liberal Synagogue, Rabbi Sheridan took an extended maternity leave to look after her four children, during which time she wrote a book of children’s stories, lectured at the Leo Baeck College, and worked with the Swindon Jewish Community. In 1994 Rabbi Sheridan became Rabbi of the Thames Valley Jewish Community and remained there till her appointment at Wimbledon Synagogue in 2003.
 
Rabbi Sheridan has edited two books and contributed to a large number of academic publications. She is a major contributor to interfaith dialogue both nationally and internationally, and has strong links to Israel and to the educational conference Limmud. She is the Jewish Chaplain at the University of Roehampton, and Co Chair of the British Friends of Rabbis for Human Rights. Married to Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain, she is a keen concert, opera and theatre goer, and also enjoys playing tennis, skiing, and walking.
 
Sybil Sheridan has edited two books and contributed to several academic publications. She is a major contributor to interfaith dialogue, both nationally and internationally, and has a particular interest in Jewish-Muslim dialogue and especially between women. She co-chaired the Home Office International Conference for Women in Judaism and Islam.[4]