Welcome to Temple B'nai Brith in Somerville!
Our building is currently closed, but our community is here for you.
We are an independent egalitarian congregation. Our membership reflects the wide variety of choices people make in living Jewish lives, and we are respectful of those differences. We welcome all who care about enriching Jewish life in Somerville and surrounding towns.
ALL PROGRAMS & SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY ONLINE.
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Join us ONLINE for...
Kabbalat Shabbat Services: every Friday 6:00-7:00pm
Shabbat Morning Services: every Saturday 9:30am-12pm
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Sunday, June 13, 2021
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The Annual Save Our Homes Walk!
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929: Learning TaNaKh Together Online
Every other Saturday: 8:30-9:30am
Always wanted to read the entire Bible? Wondering what happens after the people of Israel leave Egypt and arrive in the Promised Land? Now is your chance! TBB is participating in Project 929 – Reading the Hebrew Bible Together! We will read five chapters each week, and discuss ONLINE every other week. We also have an email group and Facebook group where discussion questions keep the conversation going as we read between sessions.
Torah (not) at Panera Online
8:00-9:00am Tuesday mornings
Join Temple B'nai Birth's weekly Torah study! Rabbi Eliana Jacobowitz will lead a short, informal discussion of the weekly Torah portion. No Hebrew or previous knowledge is necessary. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
An Old Man's Game:
An Amos Parisman Mystery
by Andy Weinberger
(An Amos Parisman Mystery #1)
7pm Wednesday, May 19
Please click here to RSVP (appreciated but not required)
When a controversial celebrity rabbi drops dead over his matzoh ball soup at the famed Canter's Deli in Los Angeles, retired private eye Amos Parisman— a sixtyish, no-nonsense Jewish detective who lives with his addled wife in Park La Brea—is hired by the temple's board to make sure everything is kosher. As he looks into what seems to be a simple, tragic accident, the ante is raised when more people start to die or disappear, and Amos uncovers a world of treachery and hurt that shakes a large L.A. Jewish community to its core.
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Our Community welcomes the participation of interfaith couples and families, and people of all abilities, backgrounds, and sexual orientations.
Temple B'nai Brith is proud to be wheelchair accessible. Our accessible entrance is at the rear of the building and equipped with an intercom system. The accessible restroom is located at the front of the building on the ground level. Our elevator provides access to all three levels.
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