Cultural (also known as Humanistic) Judaism is a stream of Judaism that encourages individual thought and understanding in Judaism. Its relation to Judaism is through the history, culture, civilization, ethical values and shared experiences of the Jewish people. Belief in a supreme deity is optional and a personal choice.
Our group celebrates all major Jewish holidays and holds discussions on Jewish history, literature, current events and more. We also go on field trips to plays, films, sporting events, restaurants, and museums.
Meetings are generally held twice a month on Saturday afternoons at 2:00 pm. We are an affiliate of the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations.
We welcome all who identify as Jewish, whether by birth or by choice.