All are welcomed with warmth and respect — Jews, interfaith families, and people of all ages, race, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. While varied in background, the congregation is united in a dedication to providing a place that meets the needs of the Jewish community on the Upper Cape and beyond for worship, celebration, lifelong learning and social action.
The Congregation affirms its commitment to welcome all Jews and their families to membership in the congregation regardless of their race, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or financial circumstance. Members assume a responsibility to support congregational services and facilities through the payment of dues, fees, and assessments as determined by the Board of Directors.
A non-Jewish spouse or partner may choose to be part of a Family membership and will be welcome to share in the life of the congregation.
Financial constraints will not stand in the way of anyone becoming a member of the congregation. Requests for dues abatements or adjustments are handled in confidence.