We are breaking with modern Jewish Tradition, again, and inviting all to attend. No tickets necessary – but please RSVP!
The Jewish year begins in the fall with the celebration of Rosh Hashanah on the first day of Tishri. Humanistic Jews view this festival as an opportunity for self-judgment and affirmation that human beings have the power to change, improve, and seek their own happiness. Rosh Hashanah marks a turning point, an opportunity for new beginnings.
Historically, Yom Kippur is a Day of Repentance, a time when humans seek divine forgiveness of others. For Humanistic Jews, Yom Kippur is a time for self-forgiveness and forgiveness of others.
Kol Nidre is sung with a modified text in keeping with our Secular Humanistic principles. We echo the Humanistic obligation to keep all promises made in a spirit of justice and caring.
In our memorial service, we honor living and deceased loved ones with flowers and personal recollections. Please join us for our reflective and meaningful Yom Kippur services which include readings, poetry, music, and song.
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