Join KB for our Adult Yom Kippur services! This is a beautiful, humanistic holiday celebration. Kol Nidre, ancient and traditional melody will be chanted. There will be a memorial section where you may offer names of loved ones departed. The service is accessible to all and all are welcome. No tickets are required but we greatly appreciate pre-registration.
Join KB for our morning family friendly Yom Kippur service! This is a beautiful, humanistic holiday celebration suitable for adults and children. Accessible to all! No tickets are required but we greatly appreciate pre-registration.
Join KB for our unique Yom Kippur services! This is a beautiful, humanistic holiday celebration. A memorial section is included to honor departed loved ones. There is also a speaker and discussion section. Accessible to all!
No tickets are required but we greatly appreciate pre-registration.
Join us at 3:30 pm for an afternoon adult service with social justice themes. At 4:30 pm, we hold a brief family service. At 5:00 pm we will all join together for kiddush and a break-fast holiday meal. All are welcome. We welcome you to bring something to the potluck. Sign up HERE.
Humanistic Judaism – What is it? What do humanistic Jews believe? Presentation and discussion.
Open House Day: visitors welcome to visit classrooms and adult activities, RSVP email@example.com
Celebrate Sukkot, a fall harvest holiday. Have lunch in the sukkah built by our school children.
Rabbi Denise Handlarski of Oraynu, Toronto’s Humanistic Congregation will lead a morning for pre-schoolers and their families. Song, story and a love of Jewish culture. All welcome.
Spiritual But Not Religious? Healthy Trend? or Crisis of Faith? The self-identification of “spiritual-but-not-religious” (SBNR) is a growing trend, even a movement, in the United States and abroad. Hear Graham Schweig speak about Reflections on Judaism’s Contribution to the Discussion. Graham Schweig is Professor and Director of Studies in Religion, Department of Philosophy & Religion, Christopher Newport University, Virginia.
The Executive Committee is Kahal B’raira’s leadership and coordinating body. It includes the president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary, members-at-large, Sunday school chair and representative to the Society for Humanistic Judaism. Meetings are open to all KB members.
Denise Handlarski, rabbi for Oraynu, Toronto’s Humanistic Jewish Congregation will lead services with Zach Mayer, KB’s Music Director. It will be a joyous spirit filled evening. Light refreshments served. All are welcome. Special location for this service – Cornerstone Co-Housing, 175 Harvey Street, Cambridge, MA. Questions and RSVP – firstname.lastname@example.org
Rabbi Denise Handlarski, of Oraynu, Toronto’s Humanistic Jewish Congregation, will spend the weekend with KB.
1:00 – 3:00 pm Lunch with Denise for KB Leaders
All are welcome at these events:
3:30 Welcome to KB Day – Opening Ceremony
4:00 Workshops (including children’s activity)
5:30 pm Havdallah ceremony
6:00 PM Dinner. Would you like to bring something to add to the buffet? Sign up HERE
After dinner – Rabbi Handlarski will speak about the Future of Secular Humanistic Judaism