We welcome participation and membership in our Jewish community without regard to racial or ethnic background, sexual identity, gender identity, neurodivergence, physical or mental disability, financial means, or relationship status. While our tradition stipulates that many ritual tasks must be performed by someone who is Jewish, we are also proud that interfaith families fully participate in our congregational activities.
As part of our ongoing commitment to inclusion, we also remain open to hearing how we can do better, and if you have any questions or thoughts about that, we hope to hear from you.
We are committed to furthering principles of inclusion and diversity in our congregation on many levels. We are deeply appreciative of the ways in which they prioritize Jewish life, education, and community.
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Rabbi Noah S. Ferro
Originally from Nashville, TN, Rabbi Ferro worked in bookstores and libraries throughout his college career, and he now finds being a rabbi a convenient excuse for continuing a longtime book addiction.