Around the Circle

Yiddish Dance Class | Intro to Sephardic History, Culture & Language

We are excited to offer two Adult Education courses for Fall 2019: "Introduction to Sephardic History, Culture & Language" and "Lomir Tantsn/Let's Dance: Introduction to Yiddish Folk Dance"!

High Holidays - Online Registration Now Closed for YK, Walk-Ins Welcome!

Join BWC for our unique secular Rosh Hashanah (9/30) and Yom Kippur (10/9) services, rooted in community and social justice. 

Now Enrolling: Shule Sunday School


Our Jewish Cultural Sunday School engages children grades K-7 and their families in an exploration of identity rooted in Jewish cultural literacy and traditions of social justice. 

Call for Nominations: Join the BWC Board of Directors

Nominate yourself or someone else to serve on the BWC Board of Directors, lead our organization into our bold future!

We're Hiring: Communications Manager

We are hiring a full time Communications Manager to: promote our programs, connect with and build our membership, elevate our campaigns, support fundraising drives, and increase BWC’s visibility and impact.

Diasporas & Dreams: A Besere Velt in Concert with Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell

We sing of diasporas and the heartbreak of exiles past and present. We sing of love and struggle and dreams of a better world. Get your tickets today for this powerful concert you won't want to miss on May 30! 

Gragger Radical Purim Party | Family Purim Carnival | Jewish Muslim Solidarity Shabes

Click to read a list of upcoming events at BWC! 

5th Grade/Hey Class Shule Protest

Every year, our Shule Sunday School 5th grade "Hey" students learn about our people's history as immigrants, workers, and organizers, as they organize their own sweatshop protest in solidarity with a local union. Yesterday our 5th graders delivered a banner and message of solidarity to the Dining Hall workers at Tufts University who are fighting for fair wages and affordable health care. See their work in action!

BWC Response to JCRC January 17 Meeting

On January 17, the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) held a vote to ratify a set of membership guidelines that conflict with our Jewish values that respect diversity of opinion, and robust, honest, and inclusive dialogue. Click here to read our full statement and response to the JCRC meeting and vote.