The City Congregation is delighted to offer a wide variety of programs to our members and guests, but dues and tuition fees do not fully cover all of our expenses. If you’ve ever been moved by a holiday service or enlightened by an educational program, a tax-deductible donation is a great way to express your gratitude. Donations can also be made in honor of a member who has celebrated a rite of passage with the community, or in memory of a friend or loved one who shared our humanistic vision.

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As well as financial contributions, we also greatly appreciate volunteers. The City Congregation is managed almost entirely by volunteers. We are always looking for extra hands to set up events and make copies, and for people with specific skills ranging from accounting to graphic design. Lending your time or expertise will allow us to continue offering programs that serve our entire community.

Members able to make a longer-term commitment to helping run the congregation can join a committee dedicated to the work that interests them most. It’s a great opportunity to meet and work together with other members for the common good.

Adult Education
Work with the Rabbi to plan and and organize Adult Perspectives programs.

Advertising/Marketing
Create and implement print and online advertising.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Help run and promote bar and bat mitzvah program and recruit mentors.

Communications
Update and maintain web site and email newsletter.

Development
Plan long- and short-term strategies for growing and funding the congregation.

Finance
Work with Executive Board and other committees to manage congregation budget.

High Holidays and Passover
Work with other members to organize the congregation’s largest annual events.

KidSchool
Help run the KidSchool and respond to parent and teacher needs.

Membership
Work to bring in new members and serve the needs of existing ones.

Shabbat
Plan cultural events and provide food, drink, and music for Shabbat services.

Social Action
Identify charity and social justice causes for the congregation to take part in.