The people of Israel have endured a month of terror attacks. Yet, neither the knives, guns, stones nor even the automobiles have weakened the resolve or sapped the resilience of our brothers and sisters in Israel. Nor have they shattered the dream of peace.
As we mourn the victims, including Boston's own Richard Lakin, we will come together, with one voice, as one community, to mourn, pray, show our support and affirm our commitment to Israel and to peace for Israel and its neighbors.
Please join us on Sunday afternoon. Note time/venue change.
Sunday, November 1, 2015 | 4:30 p.m.
Doors open at 4:00 p.m.
Congregation Mishkan Tefila
300 Hammond Pond Parkway, Chestnut Hill
The Honorable Joseph Kennedy, III
The Honorable Seth Moulton
Col. (ret.) Miri Eisin, Israel Defense Forces
CJP President Barry Shrage
JCRC Boston Executive Director Jeremy Burton
Israeli American Council Chair, Rachel Chafetz
Consul General of Israel to New England Yehuda Yaakov
Rev. Rosemary Lloyd, Advisor to the Faith Based Community,
The Conversation Project
CJP Young Leader Danielle Ain
A special message from Richard Lakin's family
Read Barry Shrage’s thoughts on the recent Solidarity Mission to Israel.
This gathering is free, but registration is required.
Don’t forget that we all set our clocks back one hour on Sunday morning!
Please bring photo ID and allow extra time for traffic, parking and check-in. To streamline security, please refrain from bringing bags.
Parking Map and Information
Parking will be available on location, with additional parking located in the rear upper lot of the Chestnut Hill Mall closest to the Temple. Look for the shuttle sign on arrival. View our map!
This event is co-sponsored by Israeli American Council and Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston.