Join us for a beautiful and moving service of music and contemplation that expresses traditional Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre, and Yom Kippur themes while honoring human reason and human dignity. Our celebration combines familiar passages with innovative language so that cultural Jews can mark these holidays in a way that is consistent with humanistic beliefs.
Children attend their own participatory program and join the rest of the congregation for the blowing of the shofar. There will be no meal following the service this year, but members are arranging an informal gathering at a nearby restaurant.
Become a member before November 1 and have the cost of your ticket deducted from membership fees, which are already discounted for new members.
Membership is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. Payment plans and dues reductions are available based on need. Contact the office at 212-213-1002 for more information.
The City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism
The City Congregation is a diverse and welcoming community serving secular and cultural Jews throughout the New York City area.