Judaism – what is it?
A living, open, and committed Judaism, which can survive
into the future and which has meaning for Jews living
in today’s world.
- Striving to both preserve and at the
same time develop Jewish traditions through the use of both
Hebrew and Swedish in progressive religious services.
- Committed to the equality of men and
women while participating in religious services and in all
other aspects of Jewish life.
- While the Jewish religion and Jewish
traditions are the foundations to our common inheritance,
diversity is considered an asset and each individual has
the freedom to decide for themselves what position to take
on issues of faith and to what degree Jewish law (halacha)
influences their personal life.