Sim ShalomWe are Jewish Universalist and believe that God equally chose all nations to be lights unto the world.
Jewish Universalism teaches that one's religion is not the sole and exclusive source of truth. We reject the concept of a God that would choose a favorite child.
We can accomplish "Tikkun Olam" by our unconditional acceptance of each other's peaceful doctrines and through G'milut Chasadim (Acts of Loving Kindness).
We welcome and nurture everyone in every way- into all of our rituals and into our hearts.
Our liturgy is fully participatory- you see everything on your computer screen! And our siddurim (prayerbooks) and prayers are transliterated into English so everyone can join in joyous song and prayer.
We have no dues or building fund. But we are a Not For Profit 501(c)(3) Corp. and we welcome contributions.
Programs We Offer to Open Our Tent
Rabbi Steven Blane