Jewish congregations - Conservative
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"Congregation Kehillath Israel is a vibrant Conservative congregation which promotes a Judaism that is accepting, wise, morally powerful, and intellectually alive. As an innovating synagogue, KI has been at the forefront of the synagogue renaissance movement, encouraging 'seekers' on their path toward meaning, rootedness, and a fulfilling spirituality."
384 Harvard St.
Wayland (also has members in Sudbury, Framingham and Natick).
"Congregation Or Yisrael is a traditional egalitarian Conservative synagogue within the framework of the conservative movement. It is a spiritual home where families and individuals can study and worship together and continue to increase their knowledge of Judaism. It is a place where members can benefit from a community of individual understanding and mutual respect."
"A shtibel is a small shul, a Chassidic prayer room in origin, often in the rabbi's house. It is a place of unpretentious warmth, of joyful simplicity, a gathering place in simcha and sorrow, laughter and tears, pulsating with life, a place of fervent prayer and learning, engagement of people with one another, with God and with one's own soul.
"Nehar Shalom draws on the warmth of the traditional shtibel, but strives to be more, more inclusive and more responsive to the world. Committed to social justice, Nehar Shalom is a place from which Jews can respond as Jews to the needs of the wider community and of the world in which we live. Building bridges with people of other faiths and communities, Nehar Shalom values learning about and from each other, while pursuing together tikkun olam, repair of the world."
A conservative day school. Newton Centre.
Egalitarian conservative temple in Canton.
120 Chestnut St.
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