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LINKS

There are other organizations dedicated to furthering the Secular Humanistic Jewish point of view. Click on any of the links below to access the websites of the major organizations in Secular Humanistic Jewish life.

Most Secular Humanistic Jewish communities are affiliated with either the Society for Humanistic Judaism or the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations.

It is in these local communities that you will find other Secular Humanistic Jews engaged in study, celebration, advocacy, social action, and programs of all types. Please consult the lists provided at these links to find a community near you.

 

North American & Israeli Organizations

 

 

The Society for Humanistic Judaism

 

The Society for Humanistic Judaism (SHJ) is the congregational arm of the Humanistic Jewish movement in North America. The SHJ offers a meaningful opportunity for the celebration of cultural Judaism. It provides a pathway into the Jewish community for many unaffiliated Jews. (The site includes links to local communities.)

 

 

 

The Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations

 

The Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations is an international organization focused on promoting and educating a secular Jewish world view.  We are comprised of communities, schools and individual members. (The site includes links to local communities.)

 

 

T'murah

 

Representing Secular Humanistic Judaism in Israel. (Hebrew language site.)

Training Rabbis, Leaders, Educators, and Spokespersons

The International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism

 

The International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism, the rabbinic seminary considers applications from all qualified individuals who embrace the Secular Humanistic Jewish philosophy.

 
Sherwin Wine, AHR Founder

Sherwin Wine Tribute Site

Sherwin Wine was a brilliant and innovative Jewish and Humanist thinker, a talented and sensitive congregational rabbi, an untiring organizer and activist, and a modern-day Renaissance man who read and learned as much as he could to teach and inspire as much as he could.

We encourage you to read about his life and work, and to enjoy the selections of his writings currently available here. This legacy website is a project of the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism.