Welcome to CRT!
We are delighted that you have found your way to our website. Central Reform Temple is a “house of prayer for all people”, worshiping in the progressive traditions of Reform Judaism. We are deeply committed to our core values of diversity and accessibility. We particularly welcome and encourage membership for interfaith and multi-cultural families and spiritual seekers from many backgrounds. Join us for one of our upcoming Sabbath services. We offer members of our community a variety of opportunities to actively participate in Temple life including worshiping, studying Torah, traveling and community service. To learn more about upcoming events check out our monthly news bulletin Kol Nefesh (“Every Soul”).
Greater Boston is the home of one of the largest Jewish communities in America, and there are many synagogues of all denominations and styles to choose from. Click here for more.
Membership at Central Reform Temple
Why consider joining us? As a small progressive congregation, we offer a distinctive Jewish alternative. Our members are committed and involved. We are truly a community that is engaging with each other, with our friends in our shared home with Emmanuel Episcopal Church, and in our broader metropolitan Boston setting. We provide an inclusive atmosphere – welcoming all to our meaningful, accessible worship, learning opportunities, and service to others. Regardless of your background, or where you are on your spiritual journey, we seek to provide everyone with a home for growth and new horizons.
We offer Sabbath Services, holiday celebrations, educational and social programs, and community service and social action projects throughout the year. Members also have full access to the pastoral services of Rabbi Berman.
Being a member is easy! You will be surprised at how welcoming we are and how you will become part of the community right away. For more information about becoming a member, click here.
HHD Food Drive
Central Reform Temple is hosting its 2017 food drive to benefit The Greater Boston Food Bank – ‘Everyone has a role in ending hunger.’ On Rosh Hashanah, recyclable grocery bags will be available for you to pick up and take home (these come to us compliments of our friend James Robinson and Whole Foods). During the Holy Days, please fill your grocery bag with desired foods & return it on Yom Kippur. With gratitude for your kind generosity to support our neighbors in need! For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.