Community

Photo of adult and child hiking

At the SAJ, we don’t emphasize how you got here; we’re interested in what happens once you are here. Being a community means finding sources of common ground — activities and interests that transcend our diversity and bring us together.

And we put this idea into practice. We do not come together just on Shabbat — we offer support, inspiration, education, and more to each other on a daily basis. Some of the ways we do this are by building our own community, working to repair the world, and engaging in study and learning.