BBYO provides opportunities for Jewish youth to develop leadership potential and Jewish identity. It is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. With a network of hundreds of chapters across North America and in 42 countries around the world, BBYO reaches over 80,000 teens annually and serves as the Jewish community’s largest and most valuable platform for delivering fun, meaningful and affordable experiences that inspire a lasting connection to the Jewish people.
Congregation Shirat Hayam provides multiple gateways to Jewish life, learning and prayer, social justice (tikkun olam), celebration, culture and the arts. Our programming allows our congregants of all ages to connect individually and collectively in the way that best meets their needs. We realize our community will always have a broad range of preferences and needs. We define ourselves in how we choose to serve these needs while respecting the ritual, educational and social boundaries we set as a Conservative congregation. Our boundaries will be set by halacha, and our congregational values and preferences.
Epstein Hillel School, formerly Cohen Hillel Academy, provides the finest in K-8 education grounded in Judaism. Our faculty teach a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum that fosters critical thinking, curiosity, creativity, and a love of learning. Relationships are at the heart of the school, and the teachers help students meet their full potential in a close-knit and compassionate community. Epstein Hillel graduates are known for their academic achievement, strong Jewish identity, confidence, intellect and sound moral compass.
One in three teens in the U.S. is a victim of physical, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner. TeenSafe, an initiative of Jewish Family & Children’s Service’s Journey to Safety program, seeks to change that statistic by helping teens and the adults in their lives develop the language and tools they need to recognize abuse in a dating relationship and how to respond if they see, hear about or experience it.
This is a fabulous, friendly, open-minded and all-inclusive group of Russian-Jewish families with kids who live around Boston and enjoy time spent together, learning common Russian-Jewish values, watching their kids growing in a friendly environment and sharing the same history, motives and inspiration. Come up with ideas for a weekend or school vacation and see your ideas come to life. Everybody welcome. Everyone included.