Qabbalat Shabbat: Friday, 6:00 p.m. Torah Study: Saturday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Weekday Minyan: 6:15 p.m.

Bible Stories and Purim Stories

  • Posted by Meg Kennedy
  • On March 27, 2016
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Dear First Grade Families, We have been learning about so many different stories, from Joseph and his dreams to Esther and her bravery. We used the Godly Play materials to explore the story of Joseph, one out of the twelve sons of Jacob. We learned about his dreams and ability to interpret those dreams that […]
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Parasha Tzav

  • Posted by Tamar Rotstein
  • On March 27, 2016
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Sunday, March 27, 2016 17 Adar II 5776 Dear Families, Today we looked at an actual Tanakh and read Leviticus 8:6. We learned about this weeks Torah Portion, Tzav. This Parasha describes in detail what the Kohanim should wear when giving a sacrifice. Today we do not give sacrifices, but we pray to show thanks […]
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Budget for Boston

  • Posted by Guest Author
  • On March 23, 2016
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By Sam Draisen On Monday March 7th, about 3,500 middle and high school students, including me, walked out of school to protest the proposed budget cuts for the Boston Public Schools. At my school specifically, Boston Latin Academy, $500,000 was going to be cut from next year’s budget. For my school, this was particularly rough, because […]
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Examining Our Practice of Giving

  • Posted by Matt Soffer
  • On March 16, 2016
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Pekudei 5776: Finishing Exodus by Examining Our Practice of Giving (This blog was originally delivered as a sermon to the Riverway Project during Soul Food Friday on March 11, 2016) You know the feeling when you love a book so much that as the pages in your right hand get fewer and fewer, you begin getting […]
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Examining Our Practice of Giving

  • Posted by Matt Soffer
  • On March 15, 2016
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Pekudei 5776: Finishing Exodus by Examining Our Practice of Giving (This blog was originally delivered as a sermon to the Riverway Project during Soul Food Friday on March 11, 2016) You know the feeling when you love a book so much that as the pages in your right hand get fewer and fewer, you begin getting […]
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Social Justice in Action

  • Posted by Tali Puterman
  • On March 3, 2016
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5th grade enjoyed taking over the Temple Israel’s kitchen for an experiential Hebrew cooking day – all while making a difference. We made lasagna and collected fresh fruit for On the Rise, a home that offers shelter, food, safety, and support for homeless women in the Cambridge community.  
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Social Justice in Action

  • Posted by Tali Puterman
  • On March 3, 2016
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5th grade enjoyed taking over the Temple Israel’s kitchen for an experiential Hebrew cooking day – all while making a difference. We made lasagna and collected fresh fruit for On the Rise, a home that offers shelter, food, safety, and support for homeless women in the Cambridge community.  
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