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Adult Education

The Adult Education Committee’s mission is to foster the Jewish education of adults in our congregation. The committee organizes a variety of learning opportunities, among them speaker series, extended courses, and study groups, led by clergy, visiting lecturers, and lay members. We have a deep interest in welcoming learners to our offerings not only for educational enrichment but also to create a sense of community. For more information, email the committee at

Upcoming Events

3/23-6/15 - Thursdays, 7:00pm: Intro to Hebrew Reading with Stacy Lubov

3/26/23 - 3:00pm: Modern Judaica - A Talk with Jim Cohen

4/2/23 - 4:00pm: Exploring Israel from a Bicycle Seat with Chip Hughes

4/9/23 - 1:30pm: A Journey through the Omer with Rabbi Damsky

TBD: Noa Ruth Documentary Presentation with Jewish for Good

2023 Levin-Moscovitz Lecture Series

Join us on March 17-19, 2023 as the Levin-Moscovitz endowed lecture series presents a weekend with Idit Klein, Executive Director of Keshet: For LGBTQ Equality in Jewish Life. 

Weekend Schedule:

March 17, 6:00 pm: Shabbat Services with Idit Klein

March 18, 9:00am: Torah Study and Storytelling With Idit and community members

March 19, 10:15am: Program for Parents

March 19, 11:30am: Session for Teens

About our keynote speaker:

ldit is a national leader for social justice with more than 25 years of experience in the non­profit sector. Since 2001, she has served as the leader of Keshet, the national organization for LGBTQ equality in Jewish life. ldit built Keshet from a local organization with an annual budget of $42,000 to a national organization with an annual budget of over $4 million. Under her leadership, Keshet has supported tens of thousands of rabbis, educators, and other Jewish leaders to make LGBTQ equality a communal value and imperative. ldit also spearheaded the creation of leadership development programs for queer Jewish teens and mobilized Jewish communities to help defeat a proposed constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage and advance transgender rights in Massachusetts. In addition, she served as the Executive Producer of Keshet’s documentary film, “Hineini: Coming Out in a Jewish High School.”

Prior to leading Keshet, ldit worked in Jerusalem for Israeli-Palestinian peace and helped envision the Jerusalem Open House as a leader in the Israeli LGBTQ rights movement. A magna cum laude graduate of Yale University, ldit earned her Master’s in Education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with a focus on social justice and anti-oppression education. She serves on the advisory board of the Safety Respect Equity Coalition and the leadership team of the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable to strengthen the national Jewish social justice movement. ldit was honored by the Jewish Women’s Archive with a Women Who Dared award as well as by Jewish Women International with a Women to Watch award, and selected for the Forward 50, a list of American Jews who have made enduring contributions to public life. She lives in Boston with her family.

Introduction to Judaism Class  

This Introduction To Judaism class uses the Miller Program to provide an open and engaging 18-week experience geared towards both Jews and non-Jews who want to learn more. Bring your questions and explore the wisdom, depth, and joy of Jewish living. Taught by local rabbis and Jewish community leaders and scholars. The class will be in-person at Jewish for Good; $118 fees include materials. In partnership with Beth El Synagogue, Kehillah Synagogue, and Judea Reform Congregation. To register, click HERE.

Anshei Mitzvah Class 2022/5782 


Mazel Tov to our Anshei Mitzvah class of 2022/5782. Our community is so honored to celebrate you being called to the Torah Saturday, May 14th, 2022 leading our congregation in worship. We are so proud of all of you: (from left to right): Tina Prinstein, Gracie Snyder, Emily Berman, Chip Hughes, Andy MacCracken, Michelle Kahn, Mary White, and Deborah Schwartz-Kates. And deep gratitude to your wise and learned teacher, Stacy Lubov, for bringing you to this Shehecheyanu moment. 

Wed, October 4 2023 19 Tishrei 5784