- Are you a humanist, freethinker, agnostic, or atheist?
- Believe in a higher power but not traditional prayer?
- Want to raise your kids Jewish but not religious?
- Say what you believe and believe what you say
- We embrace interfaith and multicultural families
- An LGBT-friendly community
Feb 10 Jewish Heretics
Join us for a unique Shabbat service, with new liturgy and songs from TCC’s Liturgy Committee, followed by a program on Jewish heretics presented by Bennett Muraskin, one of the giants of secular Judaism. A familiar speaker at our programs, Bennett will talk about Jews who have challenged the status quo of Judaism over the ages. Stay for schmoozing and pot-luck dessert following this program.
Feb 26 Dealing with Racism
Racism permeates our society, including in our own liberal New York bubble. If we are going to dismantle racism, we first must identify it.
Join us in this critically important interactive workshop facilitated by Rebecca Kelly Golfman, a civil rights attorney, racial justice educator, and artist. Details are available about this program here.
Feb 14 Why Talmud Study?
Humanistic Jews studying Talmud? Why study the Talmud? Sounds incongruous, right? Not so. Join us for an intellectually stimulating evening studying the Tractate Bava Basra, in a nonthreatening small class setting. Our class is led by a Talmud scholar. Class is held at a private home in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, every other Monday evening, from 7-9pm.