Temple Beth Shalom, also known as the Tremont Street Shul, is a warm, friendly, traditional Jewish synagogue located near the center of Cambridge, Massachusetts. We embrace a wide variety of ages, backgrounds, and styles of worship. We hold a spirited Friday night service, and on Saturday morning both egalitarian and traditional services as well as a sit-down Kiddush lunch. Children, from infants on up, are especially welcome at our services. More information on our worship services. | More about our community.

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Davening: 6:30pm
Seder begins: 7pm
Dinner: 8pm

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Upcoming Schedule

Special events:
Wed Apr. 16 9:30 am - 1:00 pm Trad Morning service (ON) We have ten commitments for this service, so this service is "on". If you've already committed, please try to arrive as close to 9:30am as possible. If you haven't yet committed, please join us! (You can use http://www.tremontstreetshul.org/minyans to sign up.)
Sun May 4 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 20s30s Team Walk for Hunger Join the Tremont Street 20s&30s Group for this year's Walk For Hunger on Sunday, May 4th.

You can join us in any number of ways: register to walk on our team, volunteer, or donate to our team's walk! Stay tuned for more details on how to register.

Project Bread's Walk for Hunger brings thousands of people to our state's capital each year to raise money for antihunger programs, and to promote awareness about the face of hunger in our communities.

Last year, the Tremont St Shul 20s30s raised over $3,000 as a team, enough money to support a summer food program for low-income children in Massachusetts and to create farm-to-table programs in low-income communities! We can't wait to be a part of this event again.

By participating in the 2014 Walk for Hunger, we are pledging to make a difference in three important ways:

- To help spread the word about the need for hunger relief in our state
- To support and fund both short– and long-term solutions that make a real, lasting difference for those in need
-To show the world that hunger isn't something to be ashamed of . . . it's something we can alleviate, prevent, and END.

We are honored to be a part of The Walk for Hunger, and passionate about what we can do when we work together.
(See the full calendar | See the TBS 20s 30s events page | See everything going on for the next 2 weeks)

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