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Visitors welcome to all events unless otherwise indicated.

Friday October 3, 2014

Saturday October 4, 2014

Sunday October 19, 2014

  • 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 Jeremy Burton, the Executive Director of the Jewish Community Relations Council speaking about the organized Jewish community’s social justice agenda. This is our fall Open House.  It is a particularly good time to visit and learn about our school, Bar/Bar Mitzvah Program, and adult congregation.  Sunday school students will be celebrating the fall harvest holiday of Succoth by building and decorating a succah.  At noon we will all join for a potluck luncheon in the succah.


     

    Visitors welcome
  • 12:15 pm

    For all interested, or curious, about having a Bar/Bat Mitzvah at KB, there will be an informational session from 12:15-1:15pm.  Come with your questions, dreams, and anxieties!  This will be the first of many workshops for parents and students this coming year.  All 6th and 7th grade families are encouraged to attend, but the meeting is open to families with students in younger grades as well.  Lunch will be provided.

    Visitors welcome
  • 12:30 pm

    Concord, MA

    Join us for a volunteer opportunity at Gaining Ground - a non-profit organic farm in Concord, MA.

    We will leave for the farm after lunch in the Sukkah.

    All ages welcome.

    Visitors welcome

Sunday November 2, 2014

  • 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 is The Abraham Project, details to be posted when they are available.

     

    Visitors welcome
  • 12:15 pm

    At this meeting for B'nei Mitzvah mentors we will discuss the ABC's of a successful mentoring process. Past and present mentors are encouraged to attend, as well as anyone who has ever thought about getting involved with the B'nei Mitzvah program. Being a mentor is an intensely meaningful way to form deep connections with the KB community, and we'd like to build our cadre of amazing mentors this year! 

    Visitors welcome