Siach strives to build an inclusive Jewish community open to everyone interested in Jewish life, environment, and social justice issues.
We welcome those from across the spectrum of Jewish practice and knowledge, and hope that Siach will provide a comfortable space to engage with Jewish values and learning.
Throughout the four-day conference, we will celebrate Jewish tradition in a warm, diverse, and inclusive environment with prayer for those who would like, text study, and delicious kosher meals. Conservative, Orthodox, Reform and alternative prayer options (i.e., meditation and yoga) will be offered.
Shabbat is a time when, once a week, we are asked to slow down and remind ourselves that we are part of creation. This day emphasizes the importance of appreciating nature, spending time with others, and taking conscious actions to protect the environment and foster community. During Shabbat, Siach conference sessions will continue throughout the day, offering a unique opportunity for rest, reflection, and learning. Whether you’ve never celebrated Shabbat or observe it every week, there’s a place for you to experience the beauty and wonder of this Day of Rest.