Ketura defines Jewish tradition as a focus for cooperation, tolerance, and mutual respect. 

Festivals are celebrated in a traditional fashion, and we pray in an egalitarian minyan in our synagogue.

By intention, the community members are free to do whatever they choose in their homes, and in fact, a majority of the members are not observant in the traditional sense.

Ketura invests energy into life cycle events such as births, bar and bat mitzvahs, weddings, and funerals, balancing Jewish traditions with the family’s specific request and needs.

 

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