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

Volunteers needed for Community Cooks!

Upcoming dates: March 13. 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. Training date: March 10, JFS, Framingham. 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, from 4:45 pm to 5:45pm. Upcoming dates: March 6.

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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. 

Me'ah

A program of Hebrew College and CJP. An intensive Jewish educational experience designed for busy adult learners of all backgrounds. Instructors: Dr. Schoulman and Rabbi Benjamin Samuels. Meets on Thursdays.

The Meaning of Becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah

For parents of Bar/Bat Mitzvah students. Instructor: Rabbi Finestone. Spring session starts Feb. 28, 7:30pm.

The "Great Minds" Class

We'll look at the lives and works of the greatest Jewish minds through the centuries. Instructor: Rabbi Finestone. Next class: Mon., March 14, 7:30pm.

Kevah Group Sessions

A continuing study program for former Me'ah students. Our first topic "The Beginnings of Judaism and Christianity". Instructor: David Bernat, PH.D. Meets on Wednesdays.

Jews and Creative Writing

We'll focus on creating Jewish characters. Instructor: Author Tilia Jacobs, author of two books. Sunday mornings, 10:30am-noon, Feb. 28, March 6, March 13

Midrash in Translation

Discover the rich, beautiful, and provocative Midrash passages in English. Learn how it provides insights into our values, our community and who we are as a people. Instructor: Rabbi Finestone. Starts March 27, 9:30am

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