August 18-19: Shabbat Parashat Re’eh 5777

FRIDAY CANDLE LIGHTING: 7:22 pm
MINCHA/MA’ARIV/KI COMMUNITY KABBALAT SHABBAT (KICKS): 6:00 pm
SHABBAT MORNING SERVICE: 8:45 am
MINCHA: 6:57 pm
MA’ARIV/HAVDALLAH: 8:22 pm

Our construction project has begun. Please find the office at the corner of Harvard and Williams Streets. Call 617-277-9155 with any questions.

Daily minyan, Friday evening KICKS services, and Shabbat morning services are currently being held in Epstein. Please use the Williams Street entrance for daily minyan. The Epstein front doors will be open for KICKS and Shabbat morning.

Service Times (on non-holiday weeks)

Weekly Shacharit:
Sunday : 8:00 am

Monday-Friday: 7:00 am

Mincha/Ma’ariv:
Sunday: 7:00 pm (100 Centre Street)

Monday – Thursday: 7:00 pm
Friday: 6:00 pm Ma’ariv/KICKS


Sunday mincha/ma’ariv is held at 100 Centre St.

All other KI services are currently being held in Epstein Hall.

Please use the Williams St. entrance for Daily Minyan. On Friday evenings and Saturday mornings, the entrance at the Epstein stone steps will also be open.

For information on youth services, please click here.


High Holy Days

Looking for information on the holidays? Visit our High Holy Days Portal to get details on service locations, tickets, and the annual Book of Remembrance.

Please see our latest transition update for information about construction.

Visit our High Holy Days Portal for holiday details.

Picnic Shabbat Dinner

Friday, August 18
Mincha/Ma’ariv/KICKS at 6:00 pm in Epstein
Picnic at Devotion School at 7:30 pm
Join KICKS for a picnic Shabbat dinner! Bring your own pareve/dairy main course and a pre-packaged (parve/dairy) item that is sealed and marked with a kosher symbol, or something made with raw vegetables (like a green salad) to share. Please bring reusable bowls, plates, flatware, and cups for your family to use. Please email kikabbalatshabbat@gmail.com with any questions. We look forward to seeing you there for a night of good food, good people, and (hopefully) good weather! Sign up here: tinyurl.com/Aug18picnic

Cuddle-Up Shabbat & Dinner

Friday, August 18, 5:00 – 6:30 pm
Service in Room 3; Dinner in Room 5
RSVP by Tuesday, Aug 15 to 
info@congki.org 
IMPORTANT: *Enter through Williams St door*

Join us for an interactive and fun Tot-Shabbat Friday night service for families with children 0-5! Led by Nitzanim Leader, Jennifer Boyle. We’ll welcome Shabbat together with song, stories, and movement. Afterwards, we’ll gather for a kid-friendly & free dinner. Please RSVP by Tuesday, August 15 to info@congki.org. All are welcome!

Consul General Ralf Horlemann Visit

Saturday, August 19
During Shabbat morning services
All are encouraged to join us on Saturday, August 19 as we welcome Consul General of Germany to Boston, Ralf Horlemann. We look forward to hearing his thoughts toward the conclusion of our Shabbat morning services on the current challenges and opportunities presented by the current climate in Europe, the West, and in the Middle East.

 Me’ah Classic: Brookline

Thursday, October 19
Following Thursdays at 7:00-9:00 pm
Register online
$700 per student per year
Me’ah is a renowned learning program offered in partnership with Hebrew College and taught by top faculty in the Boston area. It is a two-year journey of Adult Learning, comprised of 100 hours of class time (Me’ah is Hebrew for the number 100) through the narrative of the Jewish people from ancient times to present. Participants delve into core texts and delve deeply into the history of four key eras-biblical, rabbinic, medieval and modern- to build a foundation of knowledge and greater meaning.

At the heart of Jewish Boston, we nurture an accepting community without boundaries where the texts and traditions of our people are lived in ways that seek to enhance God’s reputation in the world and to warm our faith in one another. We are an inclusive, Conservative synagogue. To learn more about our services, click here.

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The office is open 9 am – 5 pm Monday through Thursday, and 9 am – 2 pm on Fridays.
Do you need accommodation during upcoming services or events? Please email info@congki.org or call 617-277-9155.
Our members are the heart and soul of our community; we would love to have you join us.  Give us a call at 617-277-9155, or send an email to info@congki.org for more information.

Click here to take a virtual tour of our historic synagogue.

Or stop by in person any day!

 


Learn about our schedule for the 2016-2017 school year
with exciting Full-Day options (8am-6pm) and vacation and summer programming available!
For details: Call the KINS office at: 617-731-9006
We have several weekly email newsletters you may be interested in! Our main list incudes weekly event updates and Friday eDvars from Rabbi Hamilton. Our “Little Hands” newsletter is an events bulletin for families with children under 5. The Youth News has events for school-aged children. And we now have a monthly Teen Newsletter with special events and opportunities just for teens.

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