Rosh Hashanah eve service ends with a blessing and an Oneg.
The shofar is heard at CHJ Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Family Services.
Members all play a role in making the congregation work. Read about how CHJ is organized.
As a member of local community and religious groups whose goals and values we share, we volunteer where help is needed.
Celebrating nature at the Tu B’Shvat seder is a joyous event filled with music and good food.
Members meet for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk at Sherwood Island State Park.
CHJ has adapted to the new reality since the start of the coronavirus pandemic! The celebration of Shabbat is integral to Jewish tradition, too important to let lapse for an undetermined period. And our Adult Ed programs offer another opportunity to listen, learn and discuss topics relevant to Humanistic Judaism. Joining on Friday evenings and… Read More
You are Invited To the 2020/5781 High Holiday Services and Meditation Session. Open to the Public. Free of Charge. The Congregation for Humanistic Judaism (CHJ) welcomes members and guests to our annual—and this year, virtual—High Holiday programs. Our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services will be shown on YouTube, and our live Meditation session can… Read More
Families are the future of CHJ. Our inclusive, warm, welcoming Congregation includes families of all stripes coming together to celebrate Judaism and being Jewish. From Baby Naming to Sunday School to Bar & Bat Mitzvah to the Teen Tzedakah Group to Adult Ed, you’ll find a community for families and kids of all ages. Humanistic… Read More
Are you looking for a High Holiday community experience that aligns more with your personal beliefs? To connect with others while in the comfort and convenience of your own home and is free of charge?
As Connecticut’s only Humanistic Jewish congregation it has always been CHJ’s pleasure to offer High Holiday services and programs to both our members and the public and always at no cost.
This year, we offer a virtual experience for both our services and program. To learn more and for instructions relating to guest registration procedures please click on the “High Holidays” section above.
And, since we anticipate a year of virtual programming why not become a member of CHJ? Distance from Fairfield County as an obstacle from enjoying Shabbats and other Holidays together, stimulating presentations, book group discussions, rap groups and much more is now a thing of the past.