Directions

Congregation Or Atid is conveniently located in Wayland, MA and accessible by several major routes: 

From the East:

Take Route 20 Westbound into Wayland Center; at the traffic light turn right on Routes 27/126. Bear right onto Route 126. The synagogue is 1 mile on the right hand side.

From the West:

Take Route 20 Eastbound into Wayland Center; at the traffic light turn left on Routes 27/126. Bear right onto Route 126. The synagogue is 1 mile on the right hand side.

From the South:

Take Route 27 or Route 126 Northbound; after the traffic light in Wayland Center bear right on Route 126. The synagogue is 1 mile on the right hand side.

From the North:

From Route 117 and Route 126 take Route 126 South. The synagogue is 2.88 miles on the left hand side.

From the Mass Pike

Take the Natick - Exit 13. Route 30 East to Route 27 North. Take Route 27 North. After the traffic light at the intersection of Route 20 and Route 27 bear right on Route 126. The synagogue is 1 mile on the right hand side.

Social Action

Family Promise - Hosting Homeless Families

March 5-19th. Or Atid joins forces with Peace Lutheran to host homeless families for two weeks, twice during the year. Go here for details.  

Community Cooks!

Upcoming dates: Sun., April 30 at 9:30am. Help cook and deliver a meal for Bristol Lodge Women's Shelter, Waltham. Coordinated through Community Cooks. To volunteer, send email here.

Patient Navigator Service

In conjunction with JFS of Metrowest, this free service helps Jewish and other frail older adults living in Metrowest get to and navigate their medical appointments. Email Laura Blumberg with questions and to volunteer. 

Bristol Lodge

Help set up, clean up and serve a meal to homeless people at this Waltham soup kitchen. Great opportunity for children ages 8 and up and adults. Choose a Sunday. Upcoming dates: Sun., April 2, 4:45pm.

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Adult Education

We have a wide variety of courses that explore our rich heritage in a literary and historical way.  

NEW! Into the Grey Space: Delving into Contemporary Ethical Questions
Weds., March 8, 15, 22, 29, 7:30-9pm

Join Rabbinic Intern Misha Clebaner as we look at the limits of free speech, the unwavering obligation to honor parents, interfaith marriage, and the difficulty of ethical shopping.

Judaism and Islam
Alternating Tuesday Nights, 7pm
This Me'ah Select Hebrew College program is open to all and will explore the intertwined destinies of Judaism and Islam. 

Or Atid Reads: Why be Jewish by Edgar Bronfman
New date to be announced!
Mr. Bronfman makes a compelling case for the meaning and transcendence of a secular Judaism, still steeped in deep moral values, Jewish texts, and a focus on deed over creed.

Women of the Bible
1X per Month, Mondays, 7:30pm 
We'll look at heroic women from our past through Jewish texts, viewed by other faiths and also contemporary references.

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