Welcome to Kahal B'raira

Humanistic Judaism offers an alternative approach to Judaism, including non-theistic celebrations of Jewish holidays and life-cycle events and a love of Jewish heritage.

We learn from humanism and the history, culture, and experience of the Jewish people, finding inspiration for pursuing personal goals and striving for social justice.

We foster a positive Jewish identity, intellectual integrity, and ethical behavior within our community. 

We believe human beings are responsible for solving human problems. We take responsibility for our own behavior and the state of the world.

Visitors Welcome!

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Celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with Kahal B’raira!

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Join us for reflection and renewal.  Hear the sound of the shofar blowing. Experience a humanistic interpretation of holiday traditions.  If you love Jewish culture or if you are just beginning to experience it, you will find our services rich with song, meaning, beauty and joy.  You will find them accessible regardless of your prior level of Jewish knowledge.  There are services for adults and for families with children.  

Rosh Hashanah  - September 24 & 25  - Yom Kippur - October 3 & 4 - Full schedule

All are welcome.   No tickets are required but we encourage advance registration to avoid long lines at the entrance.  Donations are deeply appreciated and ensure that holiday services continue to be open to all.   Registration

We invite you to learn more about Kahal B'raira and Humanistic Judaism.  Our community is warm and welcoming.  Our Sunday school is a great place for children to learn.  There are engaging activities for all ages.  Find all the information you need to learn more about Kahal B'raira or to plan a visit.   

 

What our Members say

When I first came to KB I was drawn in by the warmth of the people there as well as what the services say, e.g., 'My light is in me.  My hope is in me.  My strength is in me, and, in you.'  At times I am so touched by the words and the warmth, I have tears in my eyes.

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