High Holy Days

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... for High Holy Days services 

Registration is required to attend High Holy Day services.


Guest Registration

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We are looking for volunteers to usher and to supervise parking at High Holy Day services.


Kick Back and Relax

"Arts Matter" Shabbat Service

A creative approach to Simchat Torah through arts and music.

Friday, October 25 at 7:00 PM

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In the Spotlight

We welcome Interfaith Families

Learn how interfaith families have found a spiritual home right here in our congregation.

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Love To Read?

CBT's Book Club members share their list of favorite Jewish-themed books.


Religious School

Religious School registration is now open for the 2019-2020 school year.


School Calendar

Learn more about our Religious School.

Adult B'nai Mitzvah Class

It's never too late 

Join our new adult B'nai Mitzvah program, led by our Cantorial Soloist Jodi Blankstein.

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Shabbat on the Beach

This year's final beach Shabbat was filled with song, spirit and the most spectacular sunset. Many thanks to all who joined us for a beautiful moment in time. We are looking forward to next year!

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Photo Gallery

Explore life at Congregation B'nai Torah by browsing our photo collection.


Why We Joined

"The open and caring environment, the relaxed feel of Friday services, and weekday-only Hebrew School were the best fit for our busy family. It’s a diverse and inclusive congregation, with many interfaith families — something that is very important to us."

- The Illiano Family

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Yom Hashoah Multi-Congregational Service

Please join us for our annual Yom Hashoah observance Holocaust remembrance evening.

This collaborative Yom Hashoah program, service, and observance will be held at Congregation Or Atid in Wayland, and will include Congregations B'nai Torah, Beth El, and Or Atid.

Date: Thursday, May 2

Time: 7:00 PM

Location: Congregation Or Atid, 97 Concord Road, Wayland, MA 01778

Featuring: Rena Ferber Finder, a Holocaust survivor who will tell her story.

Rena Ferber Finder was born in Krakow, Poland in 1929 and lived with her family in a middle class neighborhood. When the Germans invaded Poland in 1939, Nazi troops forced Jews like Finder and her family to move into the ghetto, and then to a work camp. After her father was taken by the Germans, Finder and her mother had the good fortune to work at a factory owned by Oskar Schindler. 

Please note: This multi-congregational service will be held at Congregation Or Atid in Wayland.