JRC is a diverse, participatory, and sacred community dedicated to a daring, deeply-rooted Judaism.
Our congregation is infused with joyful spirituality, intellectual curiosity, inclusivity, and deep commitment to social justice. Whatever your gender, race, age, faith, place of origin, or your unique relationship with Judaism, you belong here.
We believe in lifting each other up. We believe in making Jewish practice accessible, hands-on, and relevant for everyone. We believe that Reconstructionist Judaism offers the best model to build and sustain Jewish community that is egalitarian, diverse, and meets you where you are. We are serious about what matters to us, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
Members engage weekly, monthly, or whenever their schedules allow. The recent pandemic provided the opportunity to create robust remote and hybrid programming, which JRC embraced and maintains to serve all our members.
The heart of JRC is our diverse group of members, who find connection and meaning in our rituals, services, vast Jewish learning experiences, social justice engagement, and community events.
This is not your grandparents’ synagogue.