The Congregation strongly identifies with Jewish history and experience, but believe we must be free to interpret these in ways that are relevant to our lives.
We have an active Sunday school program. There are Friday night Shabbat and Saturday night Havdala services. The congregation, which celebrates all major Jewish holidays, is affiliated with the Society for Humanistic Judaism.
This synagogue participates in the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest's High Holiday Ticket MetroPass Program
Denominational Affiliation: Humanist
Approximate Number of Member Families: 40
Babysitting (ages 0-4)? No
Babysitting fee? N/A
Junior Congregation (ages 5-13)?
Teen Program? No
Family Service? Yes
Physically Accessible Worship Space? Yes
On-site Parking? Yes
Accommodations for People with Hearing Impairments? None
Accommodations for People with Visual Disabilities? None
Description of High Holiday Services:
For Rosh Hashanah, we hold a family service the first night led by our ceremonial leader. We also have, the following morning, a service for teens and adults led by our ceremonial leader and a separate children's service led by another congregation member.
At Yom Kippur, we have a Kol Nidre service and a memorial service the next morning. Both are led by our ceremonial leader.