Registration now open for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur 2015
Happy to announce our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur programs for this year. Our theme for Rosh Hashanah is "Forgiveness and Restorative Justice," reflecting on the Black Lives Matter movement. Our Yom Kippur theme is personal transformation and the music of Jewish composers. As preregistration is required, please download our registration form HERE and return. For inquiries, please leave a message at 510-982-1455.
We Kol Hadash humanists claim Judaism as our own.
- Do you appreciate saying what you mean, and meaning what you say at Jewish services?
- Do you appreciate a community where your intermarried and nontraditional family is welcome to belong?
- Is being among like-minded humanists a relief and a pleasure to you?
Then perhaps we are YOUR community too. Are you the one-in-five Jewish Americans who is not a believer, as described in the latest Pew Research Center's study? We are proud to observe Judaism in a manner that makes sense to us. We understand Judaism in the context of human history, and we renew our culture in the context of humanism. Please join us! Check out our services and events on our calendar page, and support us with your membership.
Interested in Humanistic Judaism but don't live close enough to Kol Hadash?
If you join Kol Hadash, we can connect you with members in your area, or help you start a Kol Hadash havurah for members who live near you.
For those of you who live in other areas of Northern California who are interested in starting a humanistic congregation, we encourage you to join the (national) Society for Humanistic Judaism, as you will receive technical assistance and support in nurturing the growth of your new community.