"Judaism has never been solely a religion to me. It’s a people, a culture, and a religion, kind of like a state of being. It helps me locate myself in the world."
Rosh Hashanah Community Observance
Come together as a community rooted in a Jewish commitment to social justice for a program of readings, reflection, and singing. Whatever your upbringing – whatever your level of Jewish knowledge – however you might define your own spirituality – we invite you to join us! Register for Boston Workmen's Circle High Holidays today.
Rosh Hashanah Service is Thursday, September 25 at 10am
Followed by a potluck lunch at noon - please bring a dish for 10 to share!
Family High Holiday Service starts at 1:30
Suggested Donation Amounts (covers both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur).
- BWC members: $75 per individual/$150 per family
- Non-members: $95 per individual/$190 per family
- Young adults (under-30): $20 per member/$30 per non-member
- Family service only: $25 member family, $30 non-member family
Readers wanted for High Holiday Services!
Each year we invite all interested participants to help lead our High Holiday observances by reading a section of the program out loud. Please contact Phil Brown if you are interested in being a reader: 617-354-6138 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children and adults are encouraged to step forward!
The High Holiday suggested donation is an important way to help sustain the community that makes these holiday observances possible. Boston Workmen’s Circle depends on the support we receive at the holidays each year. At the same time, we are committed to making sure that all feel welcome at our observances. You are always welcome whatever you are able to pay.
Tickets can be purchased at the door, but pre-registration is strongly encouraged to help you avoid the rush. You may register online, by calling the office with your credit card information, or by mailing a check to the office.