A Shul for Secular Jews in America

The million-plus American Jews who declare they are 'of no religion' don’t want dogma or liturgy but are still hungry for community and Jewish identity.

The recent Pew Research Center survey findings that almost one-third of Jewish-American millenials (those born after 1980) describe themselves as having no religion - and that this cohort is far less likely to marry other Jews, raise their children Jewish or feel connected to the Jewish...