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SHJ offers a way to celebrate Jewish life for those who identify as cultural, secular, humanistic, atheist/agnostic/freethinker, “just Jewish,” “spiritual not religious,” “recovering from religion,” Jew-ish, Jew-curious, part-Jewish…and our friends, family, and allies.
Established in 1969, SHJ is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has helped tens of thousands of households across multiple generations find meaning in Jewish culture, holiday celebrations, lifecycle events, ritual, and community.
We welcome all who are interested in exploring an interest in Secular Humanistic Judaism.
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Rabbi Jeffrey Falick from Congregation for Humanistic Judaism of Metro Detroit
This is a guest article by Barbara Martinsons, a member of the SHJ affiliate,
This article is written by James Ryn McDevitt-Phelps, an independent SHJ