Conclude the Yom Kippur holiday with our unique adult service. This is a beautiful, humanistic service with social justice themes and a walk outside if weather permits. All are welcome.
End the holiday with a brief family service good for all ages including young children. Sing and review holiday themes. Accessible to all!
Visit Kahal B’raira and take part in all parts of our lively Sunday morning. Arrive by 9:00 am to get oriented.
We begin the day singing led by our music director. Sunday school begins after that and families with children may visit classrooms and meet teachers.
Adults can experience our humanistic service and program and join us for coffee and cake.
Daniel Lord Small, Harvard Professor, will speak about the Judeo-Christian calendar to Deep History.
Stay till noon to experience all parts of a “KB Day” and if possible stay after to celebrate the Sukkot holiday.
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Join us – Sunday School, Adult Service and Program, and celebrating Sukkot! Sukkot is a fall harvest holiday. Read about the traditional and humanistic meaning HERE.
Our school children will build and decorate the succah. At noon we will enjoy light refreshments on the lawn near the succah. Stay and enjoy the beautiful fall weather.
All are welcome- families, adults, members and visitors alike!
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Join KB Families at Gaining Ground Farm in Concord, MA. Adults and children volunteer together to do farm chores and learn about the how the farm provides food to people who need it and fosters sustainable practices.
Learn more about Gaining Ground.
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Our KB morning includes Sunday school, and adult service.
Our adult program features playwright and actress Rohina Malik in her one woman show, Unveiled, about five Muslim women.
Unveiled draws the audience into worlds that are both unique and truly universal. It takes a look at love, culture, language, racism, Islam, life.
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Our KB Sunday includes Sunday school and adult humanistic service and program.
Our program speaker is Susannah Heschel, noted academic, speaker and Jewish feminist. The election in 2016 set her on a path to re-examine how she taught all that she taught. Her topic: How Should we Teach Jewish Studies in an Age of Trump
Our morning includes Sunday school, and for adults a Humanistic Jewish service and program. David J. Harris, Institute for Race and Justice, Harvard Law School will speak about Humanism As a Bridge To Action. Mr. Harris traces his inspiration to his grandfather who was a humanist. Mr. Harris has extensive experience in many facets of civil rights. More