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20s & 30s

20s & 30s

Boston is home to over 50 organizations and groups that provide programming, services and opportunities for young adults to connect to each other and to Jewish life.

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Fri
Apr
25
Nehar Shalom Community Synagogue
6:30PM - 9:00PM

Souly Shabbos

Nehar Shalom Community Synagogue
Boston, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration not required.
On Shabbos, a beautiful tradition says that we receive an additional soul, the "Neshamah Yeterah". Join us as we welcome Shabbat with soulful and spirited davening, the richness of our... Read More
Fri
Apr
25
Kabbalat Shabbat Friday Night Services with Jeremy Goldberg
6:30PM - 10:30PM

Kabbalat Shabbat Friday Night Services with Jeremy Goldberg

Havurah on The Hill
Boston, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Join Havurah on the Hill at the Vilna Shul on April 25th for Kabbalat Shabbat Services and a kosher buffet dinner as we welcome Jeremy Goldberg of Cape Ann Brewing... Read More
Fri
Apr
25
J Street Boston
7:30PM - 10:00PM

2 Plates for 2 States: A J Street Potluck Shabbat

J Street Boston
Cambridge, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Come join us for a post-Passover Shabbat potluck with Jewish Bostonians in their 20's and 30's.No matza? No problem! We will have finished recounting the biblical story of how the... Read More
Sat
Apr
26
Blue & White Night
9:00PM - 11:45PM

Blue & White Night

CJP - Combined Jewish Philanthropies
Boston, MA
Cost: $15.00 - Registration is required.
$15 online registration; $20 at the door (valid ID required, 21+ event).
Celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israeli Independence Day, with hundreds of young adults (ages 22-40) at The Park Plaza Hotel! Start the night off with Jam Tel Aviv - a live Israeli jam session - with... Read More
Sun
Apr
27
To Obey or Disobey
7:30PM - 9:30PM

To Obey or Disobey

Temple Emunah
Lexington, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration not required.
Everyone is invited to join us for this special Holocaust Memorial Service and program! Our focus is on the difficulties we sometimes face in confronting commands we find to be... Read More
Mon
Apr
28
Temple Shalom
6:00PM - 9:00PM

Let Them Eat Bread: A Post-Passover Baking Event (Shalom Y'all 20s/30s Event)

Temple Shalom
Newton, MA
Cost: $15.00 - Registration is required.
Join Shalom Y’all and Ganei Beantown for pizza, beer, baking, and Torah! We will celebrate our new glutinous freedom and learn the basics of making a yeasted bread. We will... Read More
Tue
Apr
29
A Tribute to Israeli Song
7:30PM - 9:00PM

A Tribute to Israeli Song

Jewish Music Theater
Boston, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Join us for an unforgettable evening of original arrangements to Israeli songs, brought to you by a variety of Boston based young Israeli musicians. The show is cabaret-style (with deserts on the... Read More
Wed
Apr
30
Auschwitz or Sinai: Israel and the Culture of Memory
7:30PM - 9:00PM

Auschwitz or Sinai: Israel and the Culture of Memory

Hebrew College
Newton, MA
Cost: $10.00 - Registration is required.
Students free with valid ID.
Last in the Rabbi David Hartman Lecture Series. Yehuda Kurtzer, president of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, will explore the meaning of the Holocaust in contemporary discourse on... Read More
Wed
Apr
30
Monthly Book Discussion: Building A Sanctuary In the Heart by Rabbi Itamar Schwartz
7:45PM - 9:15PM

Monthly Book Discussion: Building A Sanctuary In the Heart by Rabbi Itamar Schwartz

Tiferet Center of Temple Israel: A Place for Jewish Spirituality, Wellness & Healing
Sharon, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Taste food for the heart in a peer led book discussion on Rabbi Itamar Schwartz's pivotal spiritual workbook  Building A Sanctuary In the Heart, the first in a series detailing... Read More
Thu
May
01
How Does the Immune System Learn to Tell a Friend from a Foe? The Future of Autoimmune Disorders Research
12:30PM - 1:30PM

How Does the Immune System Learn to Tell a Friend from a Foe? The Future of Autoimmune Disorders Research

CJP - Combined Jewish Philanthropies
Boston, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
CJP’s Healthcare Innovations Team and The American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science invite you to a presentation onHow Does the Immune System Learn to Tell a Friend from... Read More
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Eser Discusses Interfaith Relationships

Eser Discusses Interfaith Relationships

“How Jewish are you?” is how religion first came up in our relationship. Bart asked me on our second date. Even though I thought it... Read More
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lizellegarnier

Which Road to Take After Graduation?

When you are bound for being a student too long, of course there is a part of you that don't have that enough plan on... Read More
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My Jewish Tattoo

My Jewish Tattoo

Beginning this week, 117 Eser participants will be discussing "Ten Best Kept Jewish Secrets," starting with tattoos. For the occasion we asked JCRC staff member Yana... Read More
Posted in: 20s & 30s
The BackStory: Allegra Stout's Organizing Journey

The BackStory: Allegra Stout's Organizing Journey

The BackStory: Allegra Stout’s Organizing Journey Welcome to The BackStory, a peek into JOIN’s Jewish Organizer Network. The BackStory introduces members of the passionate and... Read More
Posted in: Social Activism
Go to Israel with CJP's Boston Community Birthright Israel Trip

Go to Israel with CJP's Boston Community Birthright Israel Trip

This summer travel to Israel with your fellow Boston locals through CJP's Boston Community Birthright trip! Am I eligible?•  Age 22-26 at the time of... Read More
Posted in: 20s & 30s
The Debrief: Dating Resolutions for 2014

The Debrief: Dating Resolutions for 2014

Time for New Year’s resolutions! About sex and relationships! Several Jewish Bostonians share their reflections below. What values, beliefs, hopes and dreams are guiding you... Read More
Posted in: 20s & 30s
Four Questions with Jason Horowitz, Nice Jewish Guy Calendar Pin-Up

Four Questions with Jason Horowitz, Nice Jewish Guy Calendar Pin-Up

Having trouble deciding between kittens or “Calvin and Hobbes” for your 2014 calendar? Fret no more, because I have just the calendar for you: the Nice... Read More
Posted in: 20s & 30s
Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston

Spread Some VolunCHEER with ReachOut! This Year

On December 25th, our ReachOut! program is inviting twenty- and thirty-somethings from all over Greater Boston to join us in giving back to our community.... Read More
Posted in: 20s & 30s
A Little Bird Told Us Twitter Could Help You Land Your Next Job

A Little Bird Told Us Twitter Could Help You Land Your Next Job

By: Alyson Weiss, Career Moves Social Media Specialist Ah, Twitter. The little blue bird with the complicated grammar structure - If I sent a tweet... Read More
Posted in: 20s & 30s
Influence: It’s All About the Future

Influence: It’s All About the Future

By Dan Brosgol Two Jews, three opinions. Jewish history is nothing if not countless spats and fights over ideology, practice, observance, and interpretation. It’s hard to... Read More
Posted in: 20s & 30s
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Boston Workmen's Circle

Boston Workmen's Circle

A vibrant secular intergenerational Jewish community. A voice for social and economic justice. An arts and education center for Yiddish, Jewish, and progressive culture. A Jewish cultural school for children... Read More
Camp Pembroke, a Cohen Camp for GIRLS

Camp Pembroke, a Cohen Camp for GIRLS

The only all-girls, trans-denominational Jewish camp in New England, Camp Pembroke is a unique sisterhood and spirited community. Located near Cape Cod, Pembroke offers a classic summer of fun, sun,... Read More
Camp Tel Noar, a NUT-FREE Cohen Camp

Camp Tel Noar, a NUT-FREE Cohen Camp

Spirited and NUT-FREE, Camp Tel Noar offers a summer of fun, forever friends and confidence, all infused with Jewish living and values. We invite your child to join Camp Tel... Read More
Coed Jewish Sports

Coed Jewish Sports

Coed Jewish Sports provides its members with an opportunity to participate in athletic activities and meet new people in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere of healthy physical recreation. It is... Read More
Congregation Kehillath Israel

Congregation Kehillath Israel

We are a Conservative synagogue with a membership of 400 family units. We provide religious, educational and cultural programming across all age groups. KI promotes a Judaism that is morally... Read More
Ezra USA

Ezra USA

EZRA USA @ Boston is an extra-ordinary movement of Russian-Jewish young adults in Boston. We are the group of energetic Russian-speaking educated young people who like learning about Jewish life... Read More
Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston

Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston

JCRC promotes a society that reflects the best of American and Jewish values—in Greater Boston, Israel and around the world—by convening and mobilizing the Jewish community. Through advocacy, organizing, service... Read More
Jewish National Fund

Jewish National Fund

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND (JNF) began in 1901 as a dream and vision to reestablish a homeland in Israel for Jewish people everywhere. Jews the world over collected coins in iconic... Read More
Temple Israel of Natick

Temple Israel of Natick

Welcome to Temple Israel of Natick! Founded in 1944, Temple Israel of Natick is a vibrant, inclusive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue, made up of about 450 families from over 20 cities... Read More
Temple Shalom

Temple Shalom

Temple Shalom is a diverse and inclusive Reform congregation that has served Newton and the surrounding towns for over 60 years. Our member families include young families, interfaith, LGBTQ, empty-nesters... Read More