Temple Shalom Emeth: A Welcoming Reform Jewish Community in Burlington Massachusetts
We are a vibrant and welcoming Reform Jewish congregation. We provide a rich spectrum of opportunities for our members to express their Judaism through worship, education, music, community service, and social events.
Our community gathers weekly for Shabbat Services. Please refer to our calendar for dates and times.
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Temple Shalom Emeth Social Justice Committee
Crisis at the Mexican Border: an Eyewitness Account, Friday, Feb. 1st, 7:30 pm
The Temple Shalom Emeth Social Justice Committee will host a Shabbat service on Friday, February 1st at 7:30 pm, focusing on the plight of refugees and asylum seekers at our southern border. We will hear a first-hand account of conditions there from eye witness observers. We hope to see you there to learn more about this moral crisis.
Friday, Feb 8th, 6:30 pm, Family Shabbat Worship, Grades 1 & 2
Friday, Feb 15th, 7:30 pm, Shabbat Service
Friday, Feb 22nd, 7:30 pm, Shabbat Service
Friday, Mar 1st, 6:30 pm, Shabbat Music Service
Saturday, Feb 2nd, 4:00 pm, Superbowl Superhero Super Chai Baby Party!
Saturday, Feb 9th, 10:00 am, Torah, Food and Schmooze, Social Hall
Sunday, Feb 10th, 11:30 am, Huge Challah Baking Party, Co-sponsored by Camp Kingswood, Social Hall
Monday, Feb 25h, 7:00 pm, Introduction to the Shabbat Service Songs
New Adult Education Series: Introduction to the Shabbat Service Songs
Would you like to know more about the songs we sing during Shabbat services? Having trouble with the Hebrew transliteration? If so, Cantorial Soloist Ben Silver will be leading a class to teach us the origins and melodies of the Shabbat songs, how to sing the songs and the meanings behind the songs.
Classes will be held at 7:00 on the following Mondays:
Rabbi Abramson in the News
Making Bedford Stronger, The Boston Globe
Burlington Rabbi producing, directing BCAT Program, Wicked Local Boston
Did you know that our rabbi is the author of the Rabbi Rocketpower series of children’s Jewish holidays books?
She is the first-ever female rabbi superhero.
Oy vay! Up, up and away!