WESTPORT — With much less focus on dogma and more on culture and community, the Congregation for Humanistic Judaism of Fairfield County held its annual Havdalah service and get-together Saturday night at Compo Beach.

“It’s one of our most beloved events,” said Beth Ulman, membership director.

The 200-member-strong congregation prides itself on being inclusive, also engaging its members in the actual services and traditions as performed.

Saturday’s event was open the public, as people are invited to explore becoming members.

“We’re celebrating our 50th anniversary and we’re actually have a big gala in November,” she said.