CJP is focused on the health and well-being of our entire community, including our volunteers, staff, and everyone who participates in Jewish life. We are currently planning to hold this event. Determining whether to proceed with scheduled events will be informed by the latest data and guidance from public officials. If circumstances change, we will update this information and be in touch with registrants.
Last year, CJP launched the largest listening tour in its 124-year history. Over the course of eight months, we held more than 72 hours of listening sessions with 1,700 participants representing 68 Greater Boston cities and towns.
We invite you to join us on Tuesday, April 28 in Waltham to address a critical issue we heard throughout the region last year: We’re a Jewish community with strong institutions, educational options, rich cultural programming, and diverse, committed members and volunteers. Yet many seeking connection and engagement in Jewish life have yet to find their place. How can we become a more welcoming Jewish community?
I hope you’ll join us for this lively, interactive discussion and add your voice to this important conversation. Together, we will take action to strengthen Jewish life here and beyond.
This is a free event accessible to people of all abilities. For special accommodations or more information, please contact Community Relations.
Tuesday, April 28 | Waltham (MetroNorth West Area)
7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
52 Gore Street, Waltham
Light snacks will be served. Dietary laws will be observed.