Human beings have the power and responsibility to shape their own lives independent of supernatural intervention.
The Jewish Secular Community provides a warm and supportive community where we can:
A Jew is a person of Jewish descent or any person who declares himself or herself to be a Jew and who identifies with the history, culture, civilization, community, and fate of the Jewish people.
As an affiliate of the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations (CSJO), the Jewish Secular Community has taken positions on a variety of social action issues including: the environment, sexual orientation, Israel, Intermarriage, and women’s rights.
Supports an ongoing dialog between Israel and the Palestinian people so that each national group can live in mutual peace and cooperation.
Strongly affirms the right of all Jews to choose their own marriage partners. It is the responsibility of all Jews to welcome the non-Jewish partners of Jews into the Jewish family circle and to offer them acceptance and respect. For more information on what the Jewish Secular Community has to offer, visit our Life Cycle Events page.
For more Social Action Positions see the CSJO Social Action Page.