We believe that Judaism must be deeply meaningful and compelling, and responsive to the needs and concerns of our people and our world.
We believe in the power of a supportive community, engaging Torah, and passionate prayer; we believe that through connecting deeply with our sacred community, our inner selves, and God, we can be inspired to have a profound impact on the world.
We believe that the intellectual, the emotional, and the spiritual are profoundly connected, and we strive to integrate them through prayer and study.
We believe in the vibrancy of Shabbat. Shabbat can be a day like no other.
We dare to dream of a better tomorrow, and we work to create a better world for those who will follow us. Our eyes and hearts are open to the brokenness and suffering that exists both near and far, and we believe in our power to bring healing, making a difference on both a local and global level.