At SAJ, we believe that the rituals of our tradition have the power to uplift and transform us and to help fortify us for the work of tikkun olam, healing our broken world. When we come together to pray in community, we root ourselves deeply in the past while we reconnect with our neshamat (souls) and with our intentions for how we want to live our lives.
SAJ’s sanctuary is filled with seekers and atheists, novices and traditionalists. In our community, belief in God or a higher being is not mandatory. All are welcome as we seek peace, solace, inspiration, and joy through the rituals and rhythms of Judaism.