Humanistic Judaism offers an alternative approach to Judaism, including non-theistic celebrations of Jewish holidays and life-cycle events and a love of Jewish heritage.
We learn from humanism and the history, culture, and experience of the Jewish people, finding inspiration for pursuing personal goals and striving for social justice.
We foster a positive Jewish identity, intellectual integrity, and ethical behavior within our community.
We believe human beings are responsible for solving human problems. We take responsibility for our own behavior and the state of the world.
Celebrate Purim on Sunday March 9. At 11:45 am, at the end of our Sunday school classes, our youth group will perform a Modern Megillah, a telling of the story of Purim with a comic slant. Following that, we host a holiday carnival (noon – 1:30 pm) with games, face painting, activities and a light lunch. Fun for all ages and all are welcome.
Please join us for our Passover Seder on Saturday, April 19, at 5:00pm. More information will be posted soon.
We invite you to learn more about Kahal B'raira and Humanistic Judaism. Our community is warm and welcoming. Our Sunday school is a great place for children to learn. There are engaging activities for all ages. Find all the information you need to learn more about Kahal B'raira or to plan a visit.
Humanistic Judaism offers me a wonderful way to celebrate my Judaism while maintaining my integrity of beliefs.