Humanistic Judaism offers contemporary Jews an alternative to theistic-based branches of Judaism. At the Congregation for Humanistic Judaism (CHJ), our services and programs embrace Jewish historical and cultural traditions and its ethical values as applicable to our secular humanistic worldview. In our services, and especially on the High Holidays, we celebrate our Jewish identity while examining who we are as Jews in the modern world. Every observance is marked by self-reflection and a positive commitment to the values derived from Judaism, Humanism, and the experiences of human life on earth. We also hold many joyous holiday and social celebrations. Everything we do is conducted in a warm family-centered environment, and we think of ourselves as an extended family.
To learn more about CHJ, please visit other pages on this website, especially our acclaimed B’nai Mitzvah Program. Feel free also to visit the website of our parent organization, the Society for Humanistic Judaism, at shj.org We invite you to attend our High Holiday services, which are available to the community and guests at no charge. Watch for calendar information and details on this website. To join the congregation, please complete the membership form . If you join CHJ before October 30, you may apply any donations to your membership fee.
It’s our pleasure to invite you to share the coming year with us. We hope to see you soon.
For further information, please call 203 293 8867 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, PO Box 82, Westport CT 06881. Tel: 203-293-8867