Welcome wherever you may be on your Jewish spiritual journey.
A wonderful spirit is alive at The Boston Synagogue. We are a warm, small, neighborhood shul, and the only synagogue located in the heart of downtown with Shabbat and Holiday Services 52 weeks per year.
Our Mission is to serve the needs of the diverse community of Jews in downtown Boston, whether through joyful participatory worship, Friday Night Dinners, Saturday morning Kiddush, or Holiday Celebrations, as well as with a slew of Cultural Events and other fun and engaging opportunities to connect with our open, vibrant community. The Shul also offers dynamic learning experiences for everyone, from our growing Hebrew School to Adult Education programs.
We are unaffiliated — and the synagogue is post-denominational egalitarian, where both women and men actively participate in services. The Boston Synagogue is a place where people across Jewish denominations can make their own spiritual connections.
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- 14 Oct07:00pm - 09:00pmTHE BOSTON SYNAGOGUE DOWNTOWN FILM FESTIVAL presents "GOODBYE, COLUMBUS" on Wednesday, October 14 Jewish Culture in Film - The Lighter Side ..
- 18 Oct04:00pm - 07:00pmBring your A-game for a booze-and-schmooze game night at The Boston Synagogue! Meet other Young Professionals / 20s & 30s living and working in d..
- 26 Oct06:00pm - 07:00pmWe are excited to be a Read Hebrew America site through NJOP! This is a FREE workshop open to anyone who would like to learn to read Hebrew, led b..
- 26 Oct06:00pm - 07:00pmFree Hebrew Classes Beginning October 26, 2015 We are excited to be a Read Hebrew America site through the National Jewish Outreach Progr..
Friday, October 9th
6:30 PM Services
Kiddush follows with wine and challah!
Saturday, October 10th
9:30 AM Preliminary Prayers
9:45 AM Morning Service
10:10 AM Torah Reading
Festive Kiddush Follows!
Kiddush Sponsor: Susan Schreiner-Weingarten in memory of her father, Ernie Schreiner