Rosh Hashanah/September 2018!
Who is SecularSynagogue.com for?
Jewish, Jew-ish, Intermarried, In-married, Unmarried, Secular, Cultural, Atheist, Agnostic, Seeker, Spiritual... YOU
If you are a cultural/secular Jew and want to connect to Jewish wisdom, ideas and community, this is the place for you! Every day you will join people just like you in Jewish-inspired challenges and learning. This is an accessible, affordable, engaged, inclusive, meaningful, and contemporary approach to Jewish learning, practice, and community. Create and foster a deep and rich Jewish life — in 5 - 10 minutes a day.
What do members of SecularSynagogue.com get?
Your membership gives you access to the Facebook group where challenges, teaching, and discussion take place. You’ll get a weekly email and a weekly “inspiration injection” video from Rabbi Denise (also known as a “sermon”). You’ll have access to a website full of resources to DIY Jewish practice at home from Shabbat to Passover and more — these will have traditional and modern options, including those who wish for a completely secular/non-theistic experience.
How much does membership cost?
Founding members fee: $18 a month or an annual fee of $180. If you join now you will have access to this fee forever, even after it goes up for the general public.
SecularSynagogue.com will launch just before Rosh Hashanah and will close at the end of Yom Kippur 2018 and won't reopen again for a while. Get in now to make sure you don't miss the founding member fee and the chance to start the Jewish year with beautiful, meaningful content coming straight to your inbox, and a community to dive in with.
Your engaged Jewish life is only a click away!
Rabbi Denise is the spiritual leader of SecularSynagogue.com. Her passion is creating Jewish experiences that are meaningful, relevant, contemporary, and fun! She is so excited connect you with Jewish learning, culture, practice, and community - no fuss, no guilt, no "bad Jews" here. Rabbi Denise is also the leader of the Oraynu Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, a professor, a mom, and a fan of good wine and bad television.