At Alyth, everything we do is built together from a shared set of values.
We believe that nothing is more important in the life of a Jewish community than the relationships that we build and the welcome that we can give to one another.
We believe in equality and inclusion as religious principles. We include everyone equally irrespective of gender, ability, race, wealth, age and sexual orientation.
We believe that Judaism is best when it is shared with a diverse group of people. Ours is an accessible, grown up Judaism and one that nurtures and challenges our young people; both a Judaism for families and one that responds to the individual.
Alyth is built on a foundation of mutual care in which we share one another’s joys and sorrows and accompany one another through our life journeys.
We believe that prayer and Jewish learning are central to a meaningful Jewish life. We aim to create opportunities for worship and study that are intellectually rich, grounded in Jewish tradition and inspiring for all.
We are committed to innovation in the sacred task of creating an engaging Judaism. Sometimes we get things wrong and when we do, we learn from this too.
We believe in a Judaism that is utterly engaged with the world around us, both within the Jewish people and our wider community.
We work as a respectful, collaborative partnership of professionals and lay leaders, working together for the good of our community and the individuals within it.
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