Thank you for your interest in “360Five: One year. Five questions. Many voices.” with Rabbi Marc Baker, CJP's President and CEO.

The 360Five listening tour is an exciting opportunity to share your perspective about important issues in the Jewish community. Marc looks forward to hearing directly from you. 

If you haven't yet registered, you can select one regional event to attend on the registration page.

Each town hall-style event will feature a discussion of five key questions:

  1. Considering Jewish life in Greater Boston, what is our Jewish community doing well?
  2. When you think about a vibrant Jewish community, what do you imagine it to look like?
  3. What do you think gets in the way or could get in the way of us creating a more vibrant Jewish community in the future?
  4. In what ways, if any, do you feel connected to Judaism, Jewish practice, Jewish institutions, and the Jewish community?
  5. When you think about the future of the Jewish community, what gives you hope? What concerns you?

Your input and insights can help build a community of learning and action that strengthens Jewish life in Greater Boston and beyond. We hope you’ll join us for an engaging event at a location that’s most convenient to you. All events will begin at 7:00 p.m.

Below, you will find transit and parking information for each venue. If you have additional questions or need special accommodations, please contact Beth at

In case of inclement weather, please call 617-457-8888 or visit for event updates.

Tuesday, November 20

Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center
41 Second Street, East Cambridge

Parking information:
In addition to limited street parking, additional parking is available at First Street Garage. Rates are $2 per hour and $5 for two or more hours (after 4:00 p.m.).

Transit information:
Green line: Lechmere MBTA Station is located two blocks from the venue.
Red line: Kendall Square Station is a 15-20 minute walk from the venue.

Tuesday, November 27

Hebrew SeniorLife at Orchard Cove, 1 Del Pond Drive, Canton
Map and Directions

Parking information:
A designated visitor parking lot is located at the rear of the campus.

Thursday, December 13

Congregation Kehillath Israel, 384 Harvard Street, Brookline
Map and Directions

Parking information:
Limited street parking is available. Public lots are located at Centre Street and on Fuller Street The rate is $1 per hour.

Transit information:
Green line: Coolidge Corner
MBTA Bus: 66 to Harvard Street @ Coolidge Street

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Temple Israel, 145 Hartford Street, Natick
Map and Directions

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Peabody Essex Museum, 161 Essex Street, Salem
Map and Directions/Parking Information

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library, 33 Marrett Road, Lexington
Map and Directions
Free parking is available at the museum.