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TBE 20s & 30s is TBE’s sub-community for singles and couples (without children). Since Fall 2009, TBE 20s & 30s have gathered to share a variety of Jewish experiences.  The community is composed of young adults from all around the Boston area, and is growing!  Our community gathers together for Shabbat and holiday celebrations. From Shabbat dinners to brunches to Havdallah to Passover seders, we come together for meaningful Jewish experiences. What drives our community are the friendships and connections that we form with each other through Jewish learning and celebration. For more information, contact Rabbi Josh Franklin, (781) 235-8419 x209.    


Upcoming Programs

Return Home for the Holy Days 
 

Don't have a place to spend the Jewish Holy Days? Return home to Temple Beth Elohim. For service information and times, contact Rabbi Josh Franklin.

 

Rosh Hashanah - Wednesday, September 24 and 

Thursday, September 25

Yom Kippur - Saturday, October 4

Sukkot - Wednesday, October 8

Simchat Torah - Wednesday, October 15

 
Havdallah in the Sukkah, Saturday, October 11 
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Observe Havdallah and Sukkot in Rabbi Josh's sukkah. Join us for light snacks, drinks and the shaking of the lulav and etrog. RSVP here.

 

 
Shabbat Dinner, Friday, October 24, 7:30 pm 
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Celebrate Shabbat with Rabbi Josh Franklin and our TBE 20s and 30s Community for a home-style experience. We look forward to welcoming friends and guests from all backgrounds to our Shabbat table. Good food, lots of wine (and beer), and great community! RSVP here.

 
Adult Learning at Temple Beth Elohim 
 

Explore all that our tradition has to offer with adult learning classes at Temple Beth Elohim. Join our larger community for classes with Scholar in Residence Rabbi Or Rose, our clergy and other community leaders. With topics as varied as Jewish text study, Mussar, writing, Israel-based programs, art, Hebrew language study, Jewish cooking and much more, there's a program for everyone, even if you aren't a member of TBE. Click here for a copy of our Adult Learning Guide or here for more information, including upcoming programs and events and registration. For questions, contact Rabbi Philip Sherman.

 
 

Become a Jewish Big
Are you looking for a way to give back to our community? Becoming a Big Brother or Big Sister to a child in need, or becoming a Friend to an adult with a disability, can be one of the best things you can do - for your community, for another person, and for your¬self. Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters volunteers often describe the experience as one of the most meaningful in their entire lives. When two people share the relationship, it is a very special and powerful connection. The connection has come to mean a shared bond in which both en¬courage, celebrate and support one another. With just 1% of your time each month, you will enrich the life of a child in need of a mentor or an adult with a disability - and have a lot of fun doing it.

  

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