Holidays & Community Life

Report Back: Notes from Our Annual Meeting

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Annual Meeting on June 17th! It was a powerful evening of visioning together.  If you missed it, there's still many ways to get involved. We spent much of the evening in 4 breakout groups: 


  1. Building an Inclusive, Inter-generational Community
  2. Caring for Each Other/Life Cycle Support
  3. Racial Justice, Internal
  4. Racial Justice, External


368 Drake Hill Rd. Albany, NH 03818
Join other BWC members for a fun filled weekend in the White Mountains.

Boston Workmen's Circle Annual Meeting

1762 Beacon St, Brookline, 2nd Floor

Fun Dor Tsu Dor / From Generation to Generation


The Secular Talmud

1762 Beacon St, Brookline

Taught by Laynie Soloman

Four se

Community Peysakh/Passover Seder - SOLD OUT

25 Bigelow Avenue, Watertown (Hellenic Cultural Center)

Passover is the perfect holiday for celebrating the liberation of all peoples, as well as celebrating our progressive history and values as Jews. A truly multi-generational gathering, the seder is fun and meaningful for adults and children of all ages.

STILL ON: Tu B'Shevat Seder

1762 Beacon St, Brookline
Join us for a unique Tu B'Shevat seder, marking the "New Year for the Trees." Readings, songs, and poems will reflect the origins of the seder adapted to progressive secular Jewish life in the 21st century.

Community Meeting: Meet the Candidates for Our New Executive Director

1762 Beacon St, Brookline
Meet the candidates for BWC’s new Executive Director
The search committee is excited to have you meet our final candidates.

Community Meeting

Boston Workmen's Circle, 1762 Beacon St., Brookline

Come hear about our leadership transition, vote for the Board of Directors, and contribute your ideas about our search for a new executive director (ED). Voting open to all current members of BWC.

Remembering Leonard Fein

Past Boston Workmen's Circle President Mike Felsen shares his remembrances of visionary Leonard (Leibel) Fine (1934-2014). The original tribute appeared in The Jewish Advocate on Thurs., Oct. 16, 2014.

Family High Holiday Service

474 Centre St. (Eliot Church), Newton, MA 02458

A fun, meaningful Rosh Hashanah observance for parents and children - with stories, songs, and hands-on activities. For children 8 and under, accompanied by a parent.

Families are also welcome to attend the morning Rosh Hashanah Observance at 10am, and the potluck lunch at noon.

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