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Humanistic Judaism’s modern approach offers a new liturgy that allows us to only ever “say what we mean and mean what we say.” By expressing Judaism as a culture, we open it up to all who might find value in it, whether Jewish or not.
Humanistic Judaism is radically embracing and fully open to intermarried/intercultural households, multiracial and Jews of color, LGBTQ, atheist/agnostic, and all others who have been previously marginalized elsewhere in organized Judaism. We seek to remove any barriers to your participation.
Sharing this meaning among young people is an essential part of our mission, because “HuJews” youth bring a new perspective on the world and continue innovating and evolving our movement to meet the next generations’ needs.
This essay by Rabbi Mary Raskin was presented as a talk at the yearly retreat
Originally published in Autumn 2010/Winter 2011 issue of Humanistic Judaism
This is a guest post by Dr. Ulrich Chaim Hienzsch from Potsdam/Berlin Germany