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Visitors welcome to all events unless otherwise indicated.

Sunday October 2, 2016

  • 7:30 pm

    UU Church at 630 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA

    Begin the New Year with renewal and reflection. Hear the sound of the shofar. Celebrate with us.If you love Jewish culture or if you are just beginning to experience it, you will find our services rich with song, meaning, beauty and joy. Services are primarily in English. Hebrew is translated and transliterated. Customs are explained. No prior level of Jewish knowledge is needed. Read more...
    Visitors welcome

Monday October 3, 2016

  • 10:00 am

    Holiday services are held at the UU Church at 630 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA.

    Begin the New Year with renewal and reflection. Hear the sound of the shofar. Celebrate with us.If you love Jewish culture or if you are just beginning to experience it, you will find our services rich with song, meaning, beauty and joy. Services are primarily in English. Hebrew is translated and transliterated. Customs are explained. No prior level of Jewish knowledge is needed.  All are welcome at this service but it is geared to families with children.  There is special section for  pre-school children and the entire service is well suited for school age children and teens.   Read more...
    Visitors welcome

Tuesday October 11, 2016

  • 7:30 pm

    UU Church at 630 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA

    Begin the New Year with renewal and reflection. Hear the sound of the shofar. Celebrate with us.If you love Jewish culture or if you are just beginning to experience it, you will find our services rich with song, meaning, beauty and joy. Services are primarily in English. Hebrew is translated and transliterated. Customs are explained. No prior level of Jewish knowledge is needed. Read more...
    Visitors welcome

Wednesday October 12, 2016

  • 10:00 am

    UU Church at 630 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA

    Begin the New Year with renewal and reflection. Hear the sound of the shofar. Celebrate with us.If you love Jewish culture or if you are just beginning to experience it, you will find our services rich with song, meaning, beauty and joy. Services are primarily in English. Hebrew is translated and transliterated. Customs are explained. No prior level of Jewish knowledge is needed.  All are welcome at this service but it is geared for families with children and teens. Read more...
    Visitors welcome
  • 12:00 pm

    UU Church at 630 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA

    Begin the New Year with renewal and reflection. Hear the sound of the shofar. Celebrate with us.If you love Jewish culture or if you are just beginning to experience it, you will find our services rich with song, meaning, beauty and joy. Services are primarily in English. Hebrew is translated and transliterated. Customs are explained. No prior level of Jewish knowledge is needed.  This service includes a memorial section for those who would like to acknowledge yartzeits or recently departed.     Read more...
    Visitors welcome
  • 3:00 pm

    Member home

    Break Yom Kippur's fast with new and old friends - this celebration is geared towards adults and teens.  For more information and to RSVP info@kahalbraira.org.

    Visitors welcome

Sunday October 16, 2016

  • 9:15 am
    Our speaker, Alan Lightman, theoretical physicist and novelist, will read selections from his novel "Mr g,,".  Mr g, is a fictional yet scientifically accurate creation story, as told by god.  Alan Lightman is author of Einstein's Dreams as well as other novels, collections of essays and books on science. Our morning also includes a Humanistic Service and children's Sunday school.  Families and Individuals are welcome to visit.  For more information, info@kahalbraira.org. Read more...
    Visitors welcome
  • 9:15 am

    When our Sunday morning activities end, we will meet at our Succah, a hut built and decorated by our school children to celebrate the holiday of Succoth.  We will learn about the traditions of the lulav and etrog and remember our connection to the earth and harvest time.  Light refreshments will be served.  All are welcome. For more information info@kahalbraira.org.  A humanistic explanation of the meaning of Succoth.

    Visitors welcome

Sunday October 30, 2016

Sunday November 20, 2016