Welcome to Congregation Or Atid

  • Welcome

    Experience all of the richness and joy of Jewish living and learning within the warmth and intimacy of our small congreagation.

  • Our Rabbi

    Rabbi Sally Finestone lovingly teaches us about our rich Jewish heritage and inspires us with her energy, vision and compassion for those in need.

  • A lifetime of learning

    We offer an exciting array of education and enrichment programs for all our members exploring our history, traditions and relationship to God.

  • Community

    We have countless ways for you to be a part of our welcoming community and to find your special place here.

  • Repairing the world

    Bettering the world around us is at our core and we are committed to helping those in need.



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Welcome to Or Atid

Whether you're single or partnered, gay or straight, Jewishly involved or seeking Jewish connection, from an interfaith or a Jewish home, join our welcoming community. For more info on Or Atid, go here or call 508-358-9623.


Rabbi's Weekly Reflections on the Torah Portion

To read the Rabbi's most recent reflections, go here.

Our Rabbi shown at a recent Friends of the Israeli Defense Forces (FIDF) event in Boston giving the Ha-motzi before over 1,200 guests. Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer spoke. Brave Israeli soldiers, and a soldier's widow, gave their firsthand account of the recent Gaza conflict.



CJP Presents: Celebrate Israel:Boston

Sun., May 31, 2015, 12-7pm
Prowse Farm, Canton

Come to this community-wide, large scale event uniting the local Jewish and Israeli communities around our love for Israel.


Or Atid's College Connection

Keep your kids connected to Or Atid. We send special packages to our students with goodies and reminders about the holidays. Go here for more info and to sign up today!

Exciting Youth Programs and Lounge

Read here for more info about Or Atid's two youth groups Noar (grades 7-12) and B'nai Noar (grades 5 & 6). New Youth Lounge with sofas, games and TV available.

Upcoming Events

Or Atid Eliminates Dues in Favor of Pledges!

Go here for details and important information about our new Sustaining Pledge Program - an innovative approach which makes membership more accessible and affordable to Jews in Metrowest. 


Linda Gradstein Talk at Shir Tikva

Co-sponsored by Or Atid
Sun., Feb. 22, 7pm

Don't miss this informative talk about Israel's upcoming elections and other current events with Linda Gradstein, celebrated NPR correspondent and Middle East Bureau Chief. All welcome. No cost.  See here for full details.


Save the Date!
Adult Progressive Cocktail Party

Sat., Feb. 28th
Back by popular demand, don't miss this annual favorite with our Or Atid adult community. Catch up with old and new friends and enjoy a night out with delicious food and company. Details to come. 

Metrowest Israeli Folk Dancing

Thursday nights at Or Atid! To see a class video go here. Classes start in September. Go here for details.




Social Action

There are many opportunities for our members to be involved in social action!

Family Promise: Next hosting dates March 1-15. Looking for volunteers to sign up ASAP!  
Or Atid, with our neighbors Peace Lutheran Church,  will host homeless families for two consecutive weeks this Spring. We need volunteers to cook meals, set up, clean up, be an overnight host or food shop and more! Go here to register and see how you can help.

Family Table needs our support. Please bring a can of soup or vegetables the next time you come to Or Atid.


Adult Education

At Or Atid, you'll find a wide variety of courses for adults where we explore our rich heritage in a literary and historical way. See our schedule for 2014/2015:

The Lands of our Ancestors: A Personal Exploration

We'll explore the history and culture of those countries from which our grandparents, great-grandparents, and great-great grandparents came.

Meets Thursdays, once a month. Next class Feb. 12 (we'll discuss England), 7:30-9:00pm

Law and Order 

Jewish Themes in TV Crime Shows led by Me'ir Sherer.
First of 4 weekly classes begins Thurs., Jan. 15, 7:30p-9pm

Services 101

Learn about the structure and meaning of Shabbat service.
1st of 4 sessions begins Sun., March 1, 9:30-11:00am