Havurah on the Hill’s November Kabbalat Shabbat with Pilgrim Fear Brewster Allerton

Friday, November 20 2015, 6:30 pm

Havurah on the Hill’s November Kabbalat Shabbat with Pilgrim Fear Brewster Allerton Image

Think you know everything about the Pilgrims? Think again! Things were not so puritanically pleasant in the early years of Plymouth Colony. Get in the Thanksgiving spirit with HOH this month as we go beyond the tofurkies and black buckled hats for a deeper look at the real people behind our treasured national holiday with a visit from Pilgrim Fear Brewster Allerton (as played by Plymouth Plantation Historical Interpreter-- and real-life HOH community member-- Malka Benjamin).

Join us for our monthly Kabbalat Shabbat. The fun starts, as always, at 6:30pm with light snacks and conversation, followed by our egalitarian, non-denominational Shabbat services and a kosher buffet dinner.

New faces are always welcome at Havurah on the Hill, so bring your friends.

Schedule of Events:
6:30 PM Wine and Appetizers
7:00 PM Shabbat Services
8:15 PM Featured Speaker
8:45 PM Buffet Shabbat Dinner
(vegan and gluten free options available)

Suggested donation $10.00 per person.  Please register using the sidebar to the right.

 

Public Transit, Driving, and Walking Directions:

The closest T subway stop is Charles/MGH. Free validated parking is available for Havurah on the Hill's monthly Shabbat celebrations at the underground parking at the Charles River Plaza/ Cambridge Street Garage at 165 Cambridge Street nearby. Please be advised that drivers must validate their green parking ticket at the Vilna Shul for free parking.

For detailed directions to the Vilna, please click the following link to our Hours, Directions, and Parking page of our website. If you have any questions, email info@vilnashul.org or call (617) 523-2324.


Havurah on the Hill is a non-denominational, egalitarian minyan for Jews in their 20s and 30s in the Boston area. HOH meets at the historic Vilna Shul in Beacon Hill, one of the last remaining synagogue buildings from the early 20th century wave of Jewish immigration and hosts monthly Kabbalat Shabbat services as well as other special holiday celebrations throughout the year.

Share this Post: