The mission of WRT is to ensure the perpetuation of the Jewish people and to cultivate a love of our Jewish heritage: God, Torah, and Israel. We hope to realize this through:

Avodah: Worship and Spirituality
Worship of God in a Reform Jewish congregation, seeking to offer a variety of traditional and evolving spiritual practices for the religious development and fulfillment of our members

Chavurah: Community
An open, dynamic community of women and men of all ages and sexual orientations, families of all configurations and backgrounds, who are all committed to creating a warm and welcoming Reform Jewish congregation

Talmud Torah: Learning
An enlightened program of Jewish learning for all members, young and old

Tikkun Olam: Social Action and Repairing the World
Commitment to the ideals of our Jewish ethical heritage and to the prophetic work of meeting our responsibilities to our community, our nation, and our world

Clal Yisrael: Responsibility For All Jews
Strengthening our commitment to Israel and the Jewish people of all lands and working to establish understanding and commonality among the various expressions of Judaism

Pillars of WRT

As visitors enter the building, they will first notice the pillars of WRT engraved in wood. The pillars guide the clergy, staff, teachers, and congregants in our lives as part of the WRT community and act as a visual reminder and introduction to visitors as they walk through the space towards the sanctuary.