What we're about

The City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism provides a welcoming, diverse community for cultural and secular Jews where we can celebrate and preserve our Jewish identity. As Humanistic Jews we rely on reason, inner strength, and the support of community to face life's challenges and collectively improve the world. We welcome everyone: families, singles, unaffiliated Jews, intermarried or interfaith families, single parent families, LGBT community, atheists, and agnostics. All are welcome here. Together, we celebrate our Jewish heritage in humanistic ceremonies such as the High Holidays, Bar Mitzvahs, Bat Mitzvahs, Shabbat, and many others.

Upcoming events (5)

Rabbi's wisdom literature class

Online event

Zoom event – email the Rabbi or contact us through our form to join! https://citycongregation.org/contact-us/ In this daily class we will disagree, be inspired, and learn from the Jewish wisdom literature from the biblical period onward. We have started with Rabbi Tzemah’s favorite, the Book of Ecclesiastes, worked through Ben Sira and currently reading Pirkei Avot.

Shabbat Service and Cultural Program

Online event

Jewish Secular Humanistic Shabbat service followed by a Cultural program: Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, and B'Mitzvah: 128 Jewish Journeys in our secular humanistic program For more details, to RSVP and to watch a livestream on our website: https://citycongregation.org/events/shabbat-service-and-cultural-program-43 Zoom link provided to members, but everyone is welcome to watch!

Rabbi's wisdom literature class

Online event

Zoom event – email the Rabbi or contact us through our form to join! https://citycongregation.org/contact-us/ In this daily class we will disagree, be inspired, and learn from the Jewish wisdom literature from the biblical period onward. We have started with Rabbi Tzemah’s favorite, the Book of Ecclesiastes, worked through Ben Sira and currently reading Pirkei Avot.

Rabbi's wisdom literature class

Online event

Zoom event – email the Rabbi or contact us through our form to join! https://citycongregation.org/contact-us/ In this daily class we will disagree, be inspired, and learn from the Jewish wisdom literature from the biblical period onward. We have started with Rabbi Tzemah’s favorite, the Book of Ecclesiastes, worked through Ben Sira and currently reading Pirkei Avot.

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Rabbi's wisdom literature class

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