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Visitors welcome to all events unless otherwise indicated.

Sunday March 1, 2015

  • 9:00 am

    We will begin at 9:15am with all congregation singing. Students then depart for Sunday School while adults engage in a Humanistic Service followed by a program. Book Club program - the book is People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks. Join us for a Purim Carninal after programming!

    Visitors welcome
  • 12:15 pm

    Join us for the annual Purim Carnival!

    Youth Group performance of Modern Megillah starts at 11:45am and the Purim Carnival starts at 12:15pm.

    Carnival activities includes:  games, clown, face painting, refreshments, and hamentashen.
     
    It's fun for all ages!

Saturday March 7, 2015

Friday March 20 - Sunday March 22, 2015

  • Friday 5:00 pm - Sunday 3:00 pm

    Butzel Conference Center, outside Detroit, Michigan

    Humanistic Jewish Teens and College Students from all over North America will gather in Michigan for a weekend of learning, connecting and celebrating.  This event is sponsored by the Society for Humanistic Judaism.   Teens from Kahal B'raira will be attending.  

Sunday March 29, 2015

  • 9:00 am

    We will begin at 9:15am with all congregation singing. Students then depart for Sunday School while adults engage in a Humanistic Service followed by a program. Program will feature Michael Hoberman: New England Jewish History. For more information about Michael Hoberman visit here.

    Visitors are welcome every Sunday session. On this day, our Open House will offer special programming for those interested in learning about Kahal Braira.

    Visitors welcome

Saturday April 4, 2015

  • 5:00 pm

    Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington Street, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481

    Mark your calendars for KB's annual Passover Seder!  Experience the Passover traditions and celebrate freedom!  Share in the reading of our Humanist Hagaddah.  Sing holiday songs and enjoy a holiday meal. Children will search for the afikomen.   Read more...
    Visitors welcome

Sunday April 12, 2015

  • 8:30 am

    The MGH Bloodmobile will be on Fayerweather's campus open for donations from 8:30-1pm on this day.

    A donation sign-up link will be posted here prior to the event.

    Visitors welcome
  • 9:00 am

    We will begin at 9:15am with all congregation singing. Students then depart for Sunday School while adults engage in a Humanistic Service followed by a program. The program will focus on current events in the Middle East.  Shaina Wasserman, the presenter, is the Northeast Regional Director of J Street.  Most recently, Shaina was the Project Manager for Congregational Learning at The Jewish Education Project in New York.  Previously, Shaina served as an Education Director at Congregation Beth Am in Northern California. She received her B.A. from Brandeis University and holds a Joint Masters Degree in Jewish Non-Profit Management and Jewish Education from HUC-JIR in Los Angeles. There will be time for questions, discussion and dialogue.

    Visitors welcome

Friday April 17, 2015

  • 7:00 pm

    This evening will include a candle lighting, Humanistic Blessings, potluck dinner and lots and lots of singing! 

    Led by Becky Khitrick, Cantor and KB Music Director with participation by the KB Music Group.  

    All are welcome and encouraged to come and enjoy this lively evening.

    Visitors welcome

Sunday April 26, 2015

  • 9:00 am

    We will begin at 9:15am with all congregation singing. Students then depart for Sunday School while adults engage in a Humanistic Service observing Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remberence), followed by our program - "Testimony and History--Women Prisoners' Experiences in Auschwitz-Birkenau." The speaker, Dr. Sarah Cushman, is Academic Program Liaison Officer at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University.   She earned a Ph.D. from Clark University for her dissertation, The Women of Birkenau.  She is developing a secondary school Holocaust curriculum, The Letters Project, based on correspondence between parents and the children they sent to safety during the Holocaust.

    Visitors welcome