Do you identify with Jewish culture, history and heritage, but not in a religious way? You’re in good company! Over 70% of American Jews don’t believe in the God of the Bible. Humanistic Judaism offers a place for Jews and others who love celebrating the Jewish holidays, Jewish food and music, working for justice and equality, and preserving our rich history.
Join congregation Or Emet’s ritual leader Eva Cohen, a rabbinic student at the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism, and president Allan Malkis on Thursday, March 30, to learn more about this international movement. The event will be from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Minnesota Jewish Community Center – Capp Center, 1375 St. Paul Ave., St. Paul. Light refreshments will be provided. You can also register and attend via Zoom.
Humanistic Judaism is a place for “wondering Jews” and others who identify with the culture and heritage of the Jewish people. Or Emet is the Minnesota affiliate of the Society for Humanistic Judaism.
For more information about Or Emet, email email@example.com or visit oremet.org.