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United Hebrew Congregation (Singapore)

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What does United Hebrew Congregation (Singapore) do?

United Hebrew Congregation (Singapore) is a charitable organization that provides support and maintains a means of worship for Jewish individuals and families, following non-Orthodox Judaism practices such as Reform, Progressive, Liberal, Reconstructionist, and Conservative. They stimulate learning about all aspects of Judaism, assist in living a Jewish life, celebrating holidays, and fostering fellowship among Jews and their families. The organization also maintains places of worship, supports Rabbi services, and undertakes religious, cultural, social, educational, recreational, and charitable activities to promote and advance the beliefs and practices of Judaism. They raise subscriptions, contributions, and donations for carrying out these objectives.

Founded

1996

People

cary kiva horenfeldt, jeremy balfour silverman, jessica ann beaton, karla jill popper, daniel leslie waldek, dirk eduard gustaaf van motman, scott davidson

Causes

Education

Highlights

  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1996
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Providing a place of worship for Jewish people and their families, promoting non-Orthodox Judaism practices.
  • Encouraging the study and learning of all aspects of Judaism among Jews and their families.
  • Supporting the development of fellowship among Jews and their families through various activities.
  • Assisting in maintaining a place of worship, Rabbi services, and other synagogue personnel.
  • Promoting and advancing beliefs and practices of Judaism through religious, cultural, social, educational, recreational, and charitable activities.