About Jewish Universalism

At a time when more and more synagogues are closing and memberships are declining, members of the greater Jewish Community struggle to find their place. Interfaith relationships comprise a large segment of the Jewish world and while Jewish denominations do their very best to welcome them, the results are often compromised by the lack of a unified vision among their congregations. Sadly, we find our children and grandchildren often struggle with their Jewish affiliation and even find little meaning in worship.

Enter Jewish Universalism- a new Jewish movement- comprised of progressively minded Rabbis and their communities wherein all are welcome to belong, participate, and nurture the greater good without any obstacles, requirements or strings- just compassion and love for all of humankind through the lens of Judaism.