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Adams Street Shul
An Orthodox synagogue in Newton

B’nai Or Boston
A Jewish renewal community rooted in Torah, seeking wisdom and guidance from the spiritual paths begun by Abraham and Sarah, and continuing through Moses, Miriam and the people of Israel

The Boston Center for Jewish Heritage
A non-profit organization whose mission is to restore the Vilna Shul and rededicate it as a center for exploring the rich traditions of the American Jewish experience through exhibits and programs

Boston College’s Hillel
The Hillel chapter at Boston College which helps to serve the social, cultural and religious needs of the small but active cadre of Jewish students as well as inform the rest of the college what it means to be Jewish

The Boston Jewish Film Festival
An annual film festival of Jewish-themed films

Boston Progressive Jewish Spirit
A progressive alternative congregation in Boston

 Boston University Hillel
The Hillel chapter at Boston University, which supports Jewish religious, cultural, educational, and social interests

Brandeis Hillel
The Hillel chapter at Brandeis University which provides a full range of programs for the entire campus community

The Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Boston
The Jewish community’s central educational service agency

The Cambridge Center for Adult Education
A non-profit organization in Harvard Square which offers quality education for adults

Chabad Center at Chestnut Hill
A Chabad-Lubavitch center serving Chestnut Hill, Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, and West Roxbury

Chabad House of Greater Boston
A Chabad-Lubavitch center serving Boston University, Northeastern University, MIT, Berklee College of Music, Simmons College, and Emerson College

Combined Jewish Philanthropies
The country’s oldest Federated Jewish philanthropy, funding programs to help those in need, strengthen Jewish education, and enrich Jewish life

Congregation Beth El-Atereth Israel
An Orthodox synagogue committed to approaching the modern world through the perspective of halacha, embracing religious Zionism, and growing in Jewish learning and observance

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