Our institutions are driven by volunteer Boards of Directors and committees.
Secular Jewishness is about identifying as a Jew through Jewish culture and history, rather than religious ritual and practice.
Secular Jewishness emphasizes the social justice element of our tradition, respect for working people and the right of every person to dignity and self-determination.
Our community-led celebrations offer a meaningful alternative to religious services. We reflect upon our cultural and historic heritage and relate their significance to contemporary issues.
If you would like to become a Winchevsky Centre volunteer, please call us at (416) 789-5502.
New volunteers of all ages are always welcome – this is a perfect way for high school students to bank their community service hours.