We believe that every Jew has the opportunity to make Jewish culture and tradition relevant to their lives through open dialogue between individuals and acknowledging what is shared while respecting differences.
We work to advance an open, responsive and pluralistic Judaism in the public space, with an emphasis on the southern region while strengthening the sense of belonging of individuals and groups to Israel, Israeli society, and Jews everywhere.
To learn together because Judaism belongs to all of us
To listen to each other and to the sources of our tradition because the gates of interpretation have not been closed
To illuminate tomorrow from the resources of the past
To build together a Jewish and Democratic State of Israel