- 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
Sept 10, 13, 24 Open Houses
It’s not too early to sign up for one of our three Fall Open Houses. Rabbi Schweitzer will provide a general orientation to Humanistic Judaism and to The City Congregation. At our two Sunday Open Houses (Sept. 10 & 24), you and your child/children can also attend our KidSchool program.
Learn more about these information sessions. and sign up for your preferred date.
Sept 21 Rosh Hashanah
Join us for a beautiful and moving service of music and contemplation that expresses traditional Rosh Hashanah themes, with a secular message. Our celebration combines familiar passages with innovative language, allowing cultural Jews a way to mark this holiday in a way honors human reason and human dignity.
You can find more details here, and register for the Rosh Hashanah service and/or all three of our Holiday services.
Sept 8 Shabbat
It’s time to begin the year by celebrating our first Shabbat of the season. Following our service, Rabbi Peter will moderate a discussion about what kinds of resolutions we might be making for the Jewish New Year. We’ll also catch up with each other about what we did over the Summer. A delicious pot-luck dessert will follow (a dessert will be appreciated, but certainly not required).
All the details are here. Registration is requested but not required.