"Judaism has never been solely a religion to me. It’s a people, a culture, and a religion, kind of like a state of being. It helps me locate myself in the world."
Holiday programs weave together readings, reflections, and music that draw on Jewish tradition as well as contemporary texts. We have created secular rituals that feel deeply meaningful and authentic, while not being centered around prayer and worship. By connecting us to each other, to our history as a people, and to our passion for social justice, our vibrant community provides a source of spirituality and belonging. Whatever your level of Jewish knowledge, whatever the faith, ethnic, or gender diversity of your family or upbringing, you are most welcome to join us.
OUR JEWISH CALENDAR
High Holidays: feel the power of community at secular services that attract over 500 participants each year.
- Rosh Hashanah: a two-hour program on the first morning of Rosh Hashanah, followed by a potluck lunch.
- Yom Kippur: a two-hour morning observance.
- Family Service: for children ages 8 and younger, held on Rosh Hashanah.
Looking for ideas about holiday observance in your own home? Resources are available here with suggestions for social justice themes, fun activities, and meaningful rituals.