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"Am Tikva - 'People of Hope' - has been serving the Greater Boston community since 1976, creating an open and welcoming environment where gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered Jews of all ages and degrees of religious observance can meet to explore their common heritage and enjoy the company of fellow Jews."
All services are held at the Temple Sinai Auditorium, 50 Sewall Ave.
"We are a small, traditional egalitarian neighborhood shul known for our intimate, communal atmosphere and dynamite programming. Because we are unaffiliated, we are afforded the luxury of serving people from all denominations."
55 Martha Rd.
Book: A guidebook to Jewish historic sites of Boston: 1841-1926, includes 3 walking tours of Jewish Boston.
136 Magazine St.
"Words, things, and other stuff. Varied reflections and rants of a new lawyer, on topics ranging from Judaism to local news. Alas, no politics."
"The New Jewish High School of Greater Boston is a pluralistic day school committed to providing a challenging, nurturing, and inspiring education that integrates intensive Jewish studies with the sciences and the humanities. It was founded on the conviction that Jewish day school education during the adolescent years is crucial for developing Jews who will be knowledgeable, sophisticated, and passionate about Judaism and who will make lasting contributions to the Jewish community, American society, and the world at large."
Kosher soup kitchen. Brighton.
"This is a general blog about being Jewish in Boston, and all good things Boston. I will discuss about Israel, Boston, Red Sox, Judaism, and anything else that tickles my fancy. Come join the ride, and live the life I lead through my little blog. Yes I know you like reading this."
New England's oldest and largest supplier of Judaic books, art, music, gifts, software, videos, and ritual, educational, and synagogue supplies.
410 Harvard Ave.
Non-profit group that owns and manages 80 cemeteries in the Greater Boston area.
"The Kabbalah Institute of Massachusetts offers an opportunity for uncovering the secrets of the existence by the means of Kabbalah studies."
Humanistic Jewish congregation.
Services held at the Arlington First Parish UU Church, 630 Massachusetts Ave.
"Finding the finer side of everyday kosher living, from a unique Boston-centric perspective."
Group for women who wish to intensively study the Torah and traditional texts.
Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope is literally a congregation without walls, holding services outdoors all year round and providing a place to explore Judaism in an informal and inclusive setting. It is a place of hope and trust for those seeking a meaningful connection to Judaism through study, prayer, experiences of nature, care of the environment, and social justice.
The Memorial features six luminous glass towers, each reaching fifty-four feet high, and each lit internally from top to bottom. Six million numbers ranging from 0000001 to 6000000 are etched in the glass, represneting the six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust, and suggestive of the infamous tattoos the Nazis inflicted on many of the victims.
All about the memorial near Quincy Market for the six million Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis.
"The Riverway Project is a bold and expansive outreach and integration initiative that seeks to connect greater numbers of adults in their 20's and 30's to Judaism and to Temple Israel of Boston through a variety of programs."
Accepts donations of Sifrei Torah from Boston and other major Jewish areas and raises funds to restore them to a kosher state for transfer to needy locations in Israel.
Mission: to be the first - and only - place that
Boston-area Jews go for information about the local Jewish community and for issues of general Jewish interest.
New England's largest Jewish cemetery and memorial park.
Photos and brief histories of buildings from when the North End was a heavily Jewish neighborhood at the turn of the century.
"Anti-missionary website of the highest quality from the only anti-missionary endeavor in New England. Contains articles, Biblical commentary, and activites of Simply Jewish."
Represents Conservative, Orthodox, Reform, Reconstructionist and independent member organizations.
Traditional-egalitarian, daily minyan. Convenient minyan for people commuting between Boston and MetroWest.
"We embrace a wide variety of ages, backgrounds, and styles of worship and hold both an egalitarian and a traditional service every Saturday morning."
8 Tremont St.
"Temple Beth Zion is non-denominational. That means that we are not aligned with any specific national movement within Judaism. We take the best that all the Jewish movements offer. We are open to Jews of all persuasions and to non-Jews looking for access into Judaism. We are a comfortable and non-judgmental environment for Jews in other spiritual practices who are looking for a Jewish connection. We are egalitarian, with full equality of women in synagogue life. In some ways we are an unorthodox Hasidic shul."
1566 Beacon St.
About the restoration of the Beacon Hill synagogue.
18 Phillips St.
The Yad Chessed Charity Fund was formed to help needy people primarily in the Boston area. The Fund provides financial assistance to needy individuals either in the form of grants, monthly food certificates or loans.
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