From 8th September 2020 the Library will be open to current students and faculty only. In order to keep everyone as safe as possible and comply with government and Public Health England guidelines, visits will be limited and strictly by appointment. Full details about access and services have been circulated by email and are available on CollegeNet.
We hope to reopen to alumni, researchers and other visitors later in the year and encourage you to be in touch in the meantime with any research queries or expressions of interest in visiting and we will help if we can. For those who have books on loan, all books have been reissued until 16th September. Please be in touch to arrange returns.
Click here to email our librarian Cassy Sachar with any queries or questions. For the latest updates about the Library and opportunities for online community and learning, please follow us on Facebook. The Library Team wish all our members and friends strength and courage in these extraordinary days.
The Leo Baeck College Library
The Library houses one of the best Judaica collections of its kind in Europe. It contains over 60,000 volumes, numerous special collections and countless periodicals and pamphlets.
The College also has a reference library with wealth of materials and resources in Jewish Education for use in different communal settings and Jewish day schools.
To make the full use of the Library and its electronic resources, you may want to join as a member.