An intimate, friendly, inclusive and holy environment that is functional, beautiful, and accessible.
The diversity of our membership.
The needs of the individual learner.
Jewish learning as a way to build community.
Jewish learning as a life-long endeavor.
The home and Synagogue as interdependent in the education process.
Jewish sacred texts as a primary source for learning.
The process of informed choice as a necessary part of meaningful Reform Jewish living.
Tikkun Olam, a way to show our compassion and connection to our community around us.
Israel as a center of the Jewish people, our history and heritage.
Creating an appreciation of and commitment to the state of Israel.
The Hebrew language as an integral element of Jewish observance and identity.
Shabbat as a primary means for both personal and communal experience of Judaism.