Temple Beth Shalom of Cambridge (the Tremont Street Shul) is at 8 Tremont Street in Cambridge, near Inman Square, and walking distance from the Central Square Red Line T station.
There will be three services under one roof. You are invited to take part in any of these services as you wish.
In the Vestry (on our lower floor), TBS will hold its Traditional service (male ritual leadership, separate seating) at 7am. Please sign up:
The early minyan will be followed by a small kiddush in the office. After this there will be a shiur (study session) led by Rabbi David Roth.
(Our early morning service is new; we are planning to have a similar service on July 12th.)
In the Sanctuary (on our main floor), Minyan Tehillah will be starting at 9:15am. As a partnership minyan, Minyan Tehillah actively seeks opportunities for women to take on leadership roles in the prayer services within a halachic framework.
In the Vestry, TBS will hold its Egalitarian service (leadership open to Jewish adults, independent of gender) starting at 9:30am.
Child care is available starting at 9:15am. In addition Minyan Tehillah will be holding children’s programming beginning at 10:45am. TBS members are invited and encouraged to attend with their little ones. There will be separate programs for young children 0-5ish (accompanied by a parent) and for older children K-2nd grade (not accompanied by a parent). All child care and children’s programming will meet in and around the Gimmel room (on our upper floor).
Kiddush will be held for everyone in the vestry following services. It will be buffet style full of great food, spirits for a l’chaim. Most importantly there will be lots of friends and great schmoozing!! About a half hour into Kiddush we will take a break for a d’var Torah and community announcements.
Event Location: Temple Beth Shalom of Cambridge (The Tremont Street Shul)
8 Tremont Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139
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