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The Society for Humanistic Judaism is the hub of a network of Humanistic Judaism congregations and communities. We are here to help better serve our mutual members, plus the public at large, with meaningful content around celebrating Jewish holidays, lifecycle events, youth and adult education, social justice and much more, all through a Secular Humanistic lens.
The below entries include ideas, best practices, liturgy, and more. They appear in reverse chronological order and you can also click on one of the below tags to find specific content.
This is a reflection from Greg Epstein who has been name the new chief Chaplain at
Rabbi Jeffrey L. Falick describes how the first congregation for Humanistic Judaism
Happy New Year! Rosh Hashanah begins the evening of September 6, 2021. This year,