- 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
May 21 Open House
Are you wondering what Humanistic Judaism is all about? Thinking about a unique Bar or Bat Mitzvah program for your child? Looking for a welcoming secular Jewish community for yourself?
You are invited to attend one of our Spring Open Houses/Information Sessions where Rabbi Peter Schweitzer will introduce you to Humanistic Judaism, your children (and you) can attend our KidSchool classes, and where you can schmooze with members.
MAY 19 Traveling Jewish?
Join us for our Shabbat service followed by the program “Traveling Jewish”. When you take a trip do you visit local synagogues, Jewish historical sites, neighborhoods, monuments and/or memorials? A few of our members will briefly share their travel experiences. We will then open the floor to our usual provocative audience discussion.
May 21 Where We Are Now
Where We Are Going
Paul Golin, Executive Director, Society for Humanistic Judaism, our national organization, and a member of City Congregation, will discuss the state of the Secular Humanistic Judaism movement nationally and the role we play as a major congregation of the movement.