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Wise Aging: New Group Forming this Spring

Wise Aging is a groundbreaking new program designed to meet the social, emotional and spiritual needs of Jewish seekers entering second adulthood!

Spring Group: Six Sundays from 10 am-12pm
$90 TOS Members; $125 TOS Guests
March 29, April 12, April 19, May 17, June 7 and June 28

Through reflective work, Wise Aging guides you to new understandings about your life, self, values, and Jewish practices. Learning modes include text study, active listening, mindfulness meditation, exercises, reflection, and journaling. We will meet regularly to learn, share experiences and acquire skills for making changes in our lives that will lead to a deeper sense of well-being.

Details.

To register please contact Donna Rubenoff. For general questions contact Naomi Fisher or 617-277-6610 x 156.

Upcoming Events

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  • Wednesday ,
    FebFebruary  26 , 2020
     
     
    Monthly Women’s Rosh Chodesh Group with Rabbi Audrey Marcus Berkman

    Wednesday, Feb 26th 7:00p to 8:30p
    Come celebrate the beginning of each new Jewish month with women of all ages from 13 - 113. We’ll have the chance to schmooze, learn, enjoy activities and just connect with one another, offering a variety of ways into Jewish learning, community and living.

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  • Saturday ,
    FebFebruary  29 , 2020
    Shabbat Morning B'yachad, Tot Shabbat & TCEE Play Date
    Shabbat, Feb 29th 10:00a to 1:30p
    A morning of community and learning! All ages, stages & backgrounds welcome! Come when you can, leave when you need to. Warm up with coffee and bagels, study a little Torah, enjoy our Shabbat morning or Tot Shabbat service, and stay for a Kiddush lunch. Free child care is available if the little ones need a break!

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  • Thursday ,
    MarMarch  5 , 2020
    Soul Cycle: Spiritual Insights into the Jewish Holiday Cycle Taught by Rabbi Daniel Schaefer and Lifelong Learning Intern Ryan Leszner
    Thursday, Mar 5th 6:30p to 8:00p
    Select Thursdays, 6:30 pm The cycle of the Jewish year provides us with a road-map for spiritual growth and development. Come nourish your soul with song, meditation, and learning as we journey through the Jewish year. Each session will focus on a couple stories and prayers as we mindfully attune our souls to themes of the season.

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  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  8 , 2020
    Purim Carnival Hoopla
    Sunday, Mar 8th 3:00p to 5:30p
    FREE ADMISSION. Cotton candy, carnival games, prizes, an indoor bounce house, food, raffles and fun for the whole family! Enter our silent auction to win prizes like a ride to school in a police car, or a special experience with one of our TCEE teachers, or buy one of our mystery gift card boxes. All proceeds support scholarships for children to attend TCEE. Costumes encouraged. Join us for an afternoon of fun!

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  • Tuesday ,
    MarMarch  10 , 2020
    TOS Community Purim: WTOS 118.7
    Tuesday, Mar 10th 6:00p to 8:00p
    Come hear the Purim story, set to pop music. After a brief evening service, there will be a Purim play led by community members, religious school students, and our Rabbis, involving art, music, and chanted selections of the megillah. This event is open to whole everyone. Costumes are encouraged! Come for zany fun, yummy hamantashan, and friends galore.

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  • Thursday ,
    MarMarch  19 , 2020
    "Listen, Jewish People!": Understanding the Shema with Rabbi Audrey Berkman
    Thursday, Mar 19th 6:30p to 8:00p
    Take a deep dive into one of the most familiar parts of Jewish prayer, and the most important statement of Jewish faith. How has the Shema been interpreted by commentators through the generations? What might it mean for us today?

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  • Friday ,
    MarMarch  27 , 2020
    Shabbat B'Yachad & Confirmation
    Friday, Mar 27th 5:30p to 8:00p
    Come and join us for an evening of community, worship, good food, and good friends. We're especially excited to celebrate our Confirmation Class students on this special Shabbat evening. We'll get a chance to hear a bit from them about what they've learned throughout their class with our clergy, and to give them a special blessing.

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  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  29 , 2020
    Wise Aging: New Spring Group
    Sunday, Mar 29th 10:00a to 12:00p
    Wise Aging is a groundbreaking new program designed to meet the social, emotional and spiritual needs of Jewish seekers entering second adulthood! Taught by Donna Rubenoff. Six sessions: March 29, April 12, April 19, May 17, June 7 and June 28. $90 TOS Members; $125 TOS Guests.

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  • Thursday ,
    AprApril  23 , 2020
    Jewish Ethical Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace and Data Privacy/Surveillance
    Thursday, Apr 23rd 7:00p to 8:30p
    Led by Henry Morris of Shir Hadash. This course on the social impact of data-related technologies and then applies Jewish ethical perspectives to these issues.

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  • Thursday ,
    MayMay  14 , 2020
    A Russian Immigrant: An Evening with Author & Congregant Maxim D. Shrayer
    Thursday, May 14th 7:00p to 8:30p
    Join us for an evening with our fellow congregant, the writer Maxim D. Shrayer, who will read from and discuss his new book, A Russian Immigrant. Rabbi Daniel Schaefer will moderate the discussion. Bilingual author, scholar, translator, Boston College professor, and National Jewish Book Award winner Maxim D. Shrayer will enchant with excerpts from his new book of fiction, "A Russian Immigrant: Three Novellas." In the words of fellow award-winning author Eileen Pollack, "Forget all the slapstick, Moscow-on-the-Hudson, burlesque treatments of Jewish Russian émigré life you've ever read. If you want the honest, beautifully rendered, and deeply compelling truth about what it's like to be a Russian immigrant in America, these three braided novellas by the very talented Maxim D. Shrayer are all you need."

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