"Reyim" means friends, and our friendships are the life of our community.
We look to the stories, wisdom, spiritual insights, and halacha of our tradition to bring meaning into our lives.
Our community is defined by the core Jewish value of gemilut hasadim, compassion and loving kindness.
A new class offered by Rabbi Berman to study the Talmudic tractate of Brachot (prayer/ blessings). We will study fascinating passages from the Talmud, exploring how these ancient conversations continue to hold deep meaning for us. We will be studying slowly and in-depth, looking closely at the Hebrew and Aramaic and learning how the original language of Talmud works to help us understand content and meaning. Everyone is welcome at this class.
We are thrilled to welcome Cassie Seinuk as our new Tot Shabbat leader!
In addition to being a wonderful Jewish educator and Kesher teacher and play director, Cassie is a Jewish Cuban playwright, visual artist and stage manager. Her full-length play From the Deep was the 2014 winner of the Pestalozzi New Play Prize at the Firehouse Center for the Arts. She was a 2014 Kennedy Center Fellow and Playwright Observer at The O'Neill National Playwrights Conference, and is a recipient of the Boston University Jewish Cultural Endowment grant.
Tot Shabbat is especially for families with children ages 6 and under. It is interactive, participatory and joyful, and filled with singing, prayer, theater, dance, and stories.
We will meet twice each month, future dates can be found here.
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