Kadima is a progressive Reconstructionist community integrating alternatives in Jewish learning for all ages, celebration and work for social justice. Kadima is the Northwest’s premiere progressive Jewish organization and has been a trailblazer on many social fronts, including peace in Israel, anti-Semitism and feminism. Kadima makes a strong connection between social activism and Jewish spiritual traditions, ethics, culture and history.
As a Reconstructionist community, Kadima uses metaphor, poetry and a relevant, accessible liturgy to welcome members whose Jewish beliefs and practices span a spectrum from theistic to humanistic.
Multicultural households are welcome, including non-Jewish partners and family members. Everyone is encouraged to celebrate and learn more about progressive Judaism.
Kadima seeks to integrate a wide range of Jewish experience into its priorities and practices. It is committed to making its programs and community accessible to its members and to those searching for a Jewish home.
As challenging and complex issues arise in the Jewish and general communities, Kadima aspires to function as your progressive Jewish salon, where it's safe to discuss and debate issues, including on Israel, the work of achieving Israeli-Palestinian peace, spirituality, Jewish identity, and arts and culture.
Your membership is not merely a ticket to activities--our doors are open to all. Rather, it is a way to support our Jewish community and participate in the service of doing. It is being a part of the mitzvah of helping to create and sustain Jewish life for those who want it, need it, and are enriched by it.
For more information, visit our website: www.kadima.org
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