Atiq empowers people of all ages to craft sacred material resources for deepening personal paths of meaning within Jewish tradition.
People asking questions of their spiritual and religious lives.
People engaged with the community around them.
Thinking beyond texts - without replacing them, but by complementing and enriching through material engagement.
A deep sense of Jewish identity and tradition but accessible to all.
We have four core or guiding values:
Deeper sense of open community, fostered through post-denominational inter-generational hevruta creation.
Innovative engagement with spiritual and religious traditions, and Jewish identity.
Provide access to embodied, maker-oriented, sensory-rich and tactile modes of learning.
Empower people to find commitment to a Jewish spiritual path following the thread of authentic personal inquiry.
We Have a dedication to innovation and inquiry-based learning
We seek a new vocabulary of tactile, embodied spirituality.
We are investigating existential questions of meaning through project-based collaborative creation
We facilitate delving into foundational, yet often lesser known, Jewish sources as the basis for making
We are revitalizing a sacred material culture that provides access for all to the depths of Jewish tradition
We provide a third-space of inter-generational, post-denominational Jewish connection