Since 2004 Congregation Beth El has been proud to host the first synagogue-based free medical program in the U.S. The Metrowest Free Medical Program is open most Tuesday evenings. Check calendar for specific dates. The program welcomes financial donations and volunteers to support this work.read more
For more than three decades, members of our wonderful Beth El community have committed themselves/ourselves to sharing our energy and personal resources to help needy people around the world and to support organizations in efforts to bring real repair and hope – locally, nationally, and internationally.read more
The text is Kiddushin – the subject is Marriage. What is the nature of the sacred union between two adults who enter into covenant with one another? How does the transformation from single to married take place? In English, Hebrew and Aramaic, this informal group tries to plumb the depths of the rabbinic argument to get at the core values and insights our tradition offers us on marriage
to this very day.
Join us on January 8 from 9:00 – 10:30 AM
Did you ever read a book in the waiting room at the doctor’s office as a child? I am Cecelia Murphy, a Wayland High School student and volunteer, and I am collecting books for patients at the MetroWest Free Medical Program so that children visiting the clinic as a patient or with their parents may also have this experience.read more