At our Erev Rosh Hashanah celebration, we discussed blessings. The group added a few that the prepared talk had not covered. To be included are the following: Music, a blessing to be heard for appreciation and to be played as … Continue reading →
Whether you pray or worship in the traditional sense, or examine life in an alternative form, what does that mean about our belief in blessings or thankfulness? Some of us have asked: blessedby who or be thankfulto who. One of our congregants … Continue reading →
5777 is rapidly concluding, and the High Holidays will be bringing with them 5778. As we end one year and begin another, it’s important to consider what the High Holidays mean to us as Humanistic Jews. In traditional Jewish practice, … Continue reading →
Thank you Linda Millunchick and Fred Cooperman for your generous donation in honor of Jeffrey Schesnol’s Birthday. It is greatly appreciated.
Can you believe that fall is almost upon us? That the High Holidays are less than 8 weeks away? If you are looking for a warm, friendly, and welcoming congregation, Or Adam would love to have you join our family … Continue reading →
As a congregation for Humanistic Judaism, Or Adam believes that there should be no barriers to if one wishes to be part of a congregation. While other congregations often spend much of their time fundraising for buildings, projects, and the … Continue reading →