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		                                    B'nai Tikvah is a<br>vibrant spiritual Jewish<br>community south of<br>Boston, located in<br> Canton, MA.		                                </span>

Connect. Engage. Inspire.

B'nai Tikvah strives to be the center of our Jewish community by celebrating and
supporting each other. We welcome all, respecting and embracing the many paths by
which individuals seek to express their Jewish identity. The B'nai Tikvah community
supports spiritual growth, lifelong learning, family and adult programs, tikkun olam
(healing the world) through social action and connecting with Israel. We create bonds
across generations and draw strength from our proud heritage and traditions. Among
these traditions is the ability and willingness to adapt in a changing world, to assure a
vibrant Jewish community for future generations.

Daily Minyan & Shabbat Services

Our daily minyan meets Sunday through Thursday at 7:30 PM on ZOOM. We welcome all to join!

It's a beautiful way to wrap up the day. Learn more about our daily Minyan.

ZOOM for Daily Minyan & Kabbalat Shabbat


Shabbat Morning at 10:00 AM for services.

Shabbat mornings are in person and online, through both LiveControl & YouTube.

Specific Shabbatot when Zoom will be offered will be noted in our weekly emails.

Get all the information about our Shabbat Offerings, particularly Starbucks Shabbat and Soul Stroll.


 

Israel Affairs

The B’nai Tikvah community is horrified and saddened by the ongoing attacks by Hamas on Israel. The death toll is staggering, and each of those numbers represents an entire world lost. We mourn those who have been killed, and pray for the healing of those injured and the safe return of the hostages, as well as for the continued safety of all those who are in harm’s way.

We want to provide our community with the latest news about the situation, demonstrations in support of Israel, and other ways we as American Jews can help. We are also aware that at these times, constant updates can make us feel more angry, scared, and overwhelmed without giving us meaningful information.

Therefore, we have created a new page on our website, Israel Affairs which will include reliable news sources, announcements of upcoming local events, and charitable efforts and organizations responding to the current crisis. We will continue to email about time-sensitive events such as rallies, but otherwise, please check this Israel Affairs page for resources and updates.

We are grateful as always to B’nai Tikvah’s Israel Affairs Committee and our community members for continuing to bring information to our attention. And we are deeply moved by how many of our
members are showing their support for Israel and for each other through this crisis. May we continue to strengthen and comfort one another, and all those in harm’s way.

Be well,
Rabbi Feld

 


Fri, July 19 2024 13 Tammuz 5784