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		                            <span class="slider_description">Experience the richness and joy of Jewish living and learning with our welcoming community.</span>
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		                                    Our Rabbi		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">Rabbi Polisson is passionate about connecting people to Judaism in a way that is relevant and meaningful to our lives today.</span>
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		                                    Community		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">There are countless ways to be part of our welcoming community and to find your special place here.</span>
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		                                    Learning		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">We offer the innovative Jewish Learning Lab for our youth and an exciting array of education enrichment programs for adults.</span>
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		                                    Repairing the world		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">Bettering the world around us is at our core and we are committed to helping those in need.</span>
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		                                    Teens and Tweens		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">We offer programs that give our youth different ways to socialize, travel and explore their values and leadership skills.</span>

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Welcome to Or Atid

Whether you're from an interfatih family, single or partnered, gay or straight, Jewishly involved or seeking Jewish connection, join our welcoming community! For membership information go here.

For more information about Interfaith families go here

Innovative and Accessible Dues Program at Or Atid
Today and every day, members turn to Or Atid as a vital center for celebration, solidarity, learning and support. We recognize that the concept of "dues" is an outdated model and have adopted Sustaining Pledges to hold true to our core principle that no one will be denied membership for financial reasons. To learn more about our Sustaining Pledge model, go here.


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Or Atid in Pictures 

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Virtual Choir for Hanukkah





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Or Atid Connects

While our beautiful building remains closed for the health and safety of members and guests, services and programs continue through live streaming and Zoom.  Check our Facebook page for recent updates. 

Virtual Shabbat Services 

Kabbalat Shabbat
Fridays, January 22nd  6:00pm

Saturdays Weekly Torah Study @8:45am &  Services at 9:30 am
Click here to Live Stream Shabbat services on the Or Atid Facebook page or Meeting ID: 901 693 798  Click here for the Zoom link 








Sisterhood Shabbat and Virtual Kiddush

Saturday, Jan. 30, 9:30am

While we can’t be together in person, there is no doubt that we can create the spirit of Sisterhood Shabbat on Zoom! Register now to participate.

Jewish Learning Collaborative 


Jewish Learning Collaborative 

Check out the new website!  

JLCMW Book Club

The first book is Broken Strings.(chosen from the PJ Our Way Library.) If you are interested email Orna Sonnenschein.  


Family Programs


Mitzvah Project

For her Bat Mitzvah project, Aviv Dar is creating 400 beautiful cards for JF&CS clients. Aviv's grandparents have cherished her handmade cards, so she wanted to share that same joy with Holocaust survivors and other isolated older adults in our community!


New Guide for Reporting Antisemitic Incidents

Anti-Defamation League New England (ADL) and CJP are pleased to announce a new collaboration which has resulted in the creation of an informative resource guide to effectively support our community members in reporting antisemitic or bias incidents.

Everyone has a role in confronting antisemitism and hate when they see or experience it. This guide provides a step-by-step approach to reporting, which is a very important action in standing up and speaking out about antisemitism and hate. By reporting, you are helping us monitor trends, improve communal security, direct resources where the needs are greatest, and advocate for funding to combat bias and bigotry in our communities. In addition to sharing this guide widely, please report incidents on this website.



Adult Education


Together and Apart:  The Future of Jewish Peoplehood

Shalom Hartman Institute iEngage Series led by Rabbi Polisson 


Next meeting Jan. 24th, 7:30-9:00pm (Sun. 2x/month)

This class is thought-provoking, using video lectures and interviews, insightful texts, and lively discussions. Participants are encouraged to view videos before class. No need to worry about missing sessions— although we are betting you won’t want to. It’s easy to catch up by viewing the videos and/or reading the source materials at your convenience. For more information about this 14 session series, go here.


Book Club

Tuesday, January 26th @7:30pm

Join us for a planning meeting to discuss what our reading interests are, what we look for in a book club, what types of books we should read and frequency of our meetings.

And most importantly, help us choose our first book!  With books always in our hands,

RSVP's requested but not required.  Sandy Gold and Rachael Barabell

Social Action

Our Social Action co-chairs have compiled a comprehensive list of Tikkun Olam volunteer opportunities during this time of COVID-19. There are options from delivering meals in the community to at-home projects to do with your families. If you have questions please contact Maggie Rubin or Barbara Boykin.


In this continued time of difficulty and uncertainty, our surrounding communities are in need of donations. As we start this new year, please consider giving to one of the following organizations:  

Family Table Amazon Wish List -  Jewish Family and Children's Service.

A Place to Turn Food Pantry, Natick

Greater Boston Food Bank

Bristol County Food Kitchen Click here for a detailed list of ways to donate.  

Community Events

A Musical Meditation and Celebration of Tu B’Shevat

Wed., January 27th 7-8:30pm
Join us for a night of contemplation and melody as we dive into the taste of the seasons and our inner and outer worlds in celebration of the birthday of the trees, Tu B’Shevat. Click here for the flyer.  To register click here











Wed, January 20 2021 7 Shevat 5781