The principles on which we were founded, continue to form the basis for who we are today. We have chosen a different path, and view ourselves as much more than a religious congregation. We’re a community of people who care for one another, who enjoy being with one another, and who are joined together by these basic principles.
The principle of ultimate freedom of thought; the acceptance of and respect for all
religious beliefs within the group as a rightful part of Reform Judaism.
A strong emphasis on family participation in congregational activities.
A dynamic, honest, searching religious climate in education in which
spiritual meaning is sought by young and old together.
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