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Our Liturgy

Our liturgy draws from the Humanistic Jewish tradition as well as Torah, Talmud, medieval scholarship, humanistic philosophy, contemporary Jewish and secular literature, and the reflections of our members. Our liturgy evolves as we grow and learn as a congregation. We strive to “say what we mean and mean what we say.”

Our liturgy expresses our commitment to:

  • Celebrate Jewish culture and holidays
  • Realize the strength we derive from gathering together
  • Exercise our control over our own destinies
  • Face reality with candor and courage
  • Express our convictions honestly in all languages
  • Promote human dignity

To ensure that services are accessible to everyone, all Hebrew and Yiddish are translated and transliterated.

Excerpt From Our Liturgy: Candle Lighting

Tue, 30 May 2023