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New Moms Support Group
- This free, weekly support group, sponsored by the Center for Early Relationship Support of JF&CS, is open to new parents and babies (birth to one year old) of all faiths and races.
- Registration is NOT required.
- New parents benefit greatly from interacting and connecting with other parents in their community. Our groups, which are facilitated by trained and supervised leaders, provide an accessible and comfortable place for parents and their babies to come together.
More About Temple B'nai Brith
This Winter Hill synagogue opens its doors to members of all branches of Judaism. Self-described as "an independent egalitarian congregation with historical roots in the Conservative movement," they add, "Our membership reflects the wide variety of choices people make in living Jewish lives, and we are respectful of those differences." Their children's school program also reflects their "commitment to a traditional Judaism informed by progressive thought."
Though built in 1922, the temple's hand-carved mahogany ark (an ornate cabinet where the Torah scriptures are stored) is even older. It hails from the former North End synagogue, Beth Israel Congregation, founded in 1887, which makes it one of the oldest arks in New England.
Weekly Friday and Saturday services are held, as are holiday services. A small but active congregation, they also hold Shabbat dinners, organize lectures and events focused on a broad range of social issues and offer occasional courses for adults (such as a survey of world religions or a class on Israeli poetry). A "Tea and Torah" study group is hosted as well. To help provide groceries for those in need, the temple is partnered with kosher food pantry Family Table.
Currently the temple is not wheelchair accessible, but plans are in development to create access and build an addition with elevator.