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This is a guest post by Marlene Cohen, SHJ Board Secretary and Chair of the Youth Education Committee. SHJ starts each board meeting with a board member reflecting on SHJ’s mission. Marlene started the August 20 Board Meeting with the […]
This is a guest post by Rabbi Jeffrey Falick of the Birmingham Temple, Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, the first congregation for Humanistic Judaism, in Metropolitan Detroit. This morning I made one of my very rare visits to Facebook to wish […]
This is a statement adopted by the Association of Humanistic Rabbis in September 2018. Background From the time of its founding, Secular Humanistic Judaism has demonstrated an openness to societal change. This has included calls for the freedom, equality, and […]
This past Saturday evening, November 7, 2020, I sat with my family watching TV as Vice President-elect Kamala Harris delivered her victory speech. It was the most electrifying moment one could possibly have in the den of a Staten Island […]
This is a guest post by Dr. Richard D. Logan, Immediate Past President of the Society for Humanistic Judaism. I have experienced a lot of important intersections with Jewish people during my life. Two were especially important and life-changing: One […]
This is a guest post by Marlene Cohen, Secretary of the board of directors of the Society for Humanistic Judaism and a board member of Machar: The Washington Congregation for Secular Humanistic Judaism. Washington, D.C. – June 3, 2020 “I […]
This is a guest post by Patty Becker, written during the SHJ@50 Anniversary Conference in April 2019. A longtime and beloved member of The Birmingham Temple Congregation for Humanistic Judaism in Farmington Hills, MI, Patty sadly died on August 11, […]