PLEASE NOTE THE DATE AND LOCATION CHANGE FOR THE Yom Hashoah SERVICE.

Guest Speaker: Kristina Diamant, Tempe resident, and her brother Ed (Diamant) Burzminski who lives in LA, tell the story of their Jewish father, Max Diamant and the Diamant violin and the story of about their righteous gentile mother, Stefania Podgorski, about whom the film Hidden in Silence was made.

This event is FREE and OPEN to the public.  May 2, 2019 at the Cutler Plotkin Center.  See the Calendar for additional details.

Doors will open at 6:00pm for visitation in the gallery of the exhibit: We Remember: The Liberators (of the concentration camps). Or Adam Congregation for Humanistic Judaism will then have a brief Shabbat service from 6:30-7:00pm, and Kristina and Ed will speak from 7:00-8:00pm after which we will have a short Shoah Remembrance ceremony.

Humanistic Judaism embraces a human-centered philosophy: We believe in the human capacity and responsibility to create a better world. Or Adam Congregation is active and inclusive, we seek to provide the spiritual, social, emotional and intellectual needs of Jews by birth, by choice, by association and of partners who wish to retain their own religious and cultural identification. Regardless of how or if you connect with God, we concentrate on human connections, accomplishments, responsibilities and self-actualization as our community family celebrations.

We welcome all.