Secular Humanistic Judaism celebrates cultural Jewish identity through a human-focused philosophy of life. The International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism offers professional training for Secular Humanistic Rabbis, Leaders, and Officiants. It also provides general adult education through seminars, Colloquia, and publications.

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Just when you thought Jewish Fall holidays were over, they keep going! Five days after Yom Kippur, the harvest holiday of Sukkot begins and lasts for a whole week. At the end of those seven days, there are even more holidays!In this recording with Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation, IISHJ Dean for North America Rabbi Adam Chalom explores the origins and rituals of these harvest holidays and how they are still relevant long after Jews have become urban and suburban.Learn more via our "Introduction to Jewish Culture" YouTube playlist: bit.ly/3Pynn2D ... See MoreSee Less
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