Visit Us in Our New Home!
We’re so excited to be settling in our beautiful new shared campus on Washington Street in Newton.
Our address is changing but our core educational mission is not. We are energized and enlivened by the sense of sacred purpose that we carry with us every day—reimagining Jewish learning and leadership for an interconnected world, making our lives more meaningful, our communities more vibrant, and our world more whole.
Our new home embodies the vision of an interconnected world that we are working to create. The shared campus will be not only a home but a hub for Jewish learning, leadership and community, collaboration, and innovation. We are grateful to the Temple Reyim community for their partnership in envisioning this shared campus, and we are thrilled to welcome and collaborate with seven other dynamic Boston-based Jewish organizational partners, including— JARTS, Jewish Women’s Archive, Kesher, Keshet, Massachusetts Board of Rabbis, Mayyim Hayyim, and Zamir Chorale of Boston.
"As we settle into our new home, we look forward to creating pioneering opportunities for the College to grow, meet the evolving needs of our community, and prepare Jewish spiritual and educational leaders to meet people at many different doorways to Jewish life,” said Hebrew College President Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld. “So many people have worked tirelessly and generously to make the vision of this new campus a reality. Now we can’t wait to fill it with life!”
We are busy unpacking this week, so watch for more stories and photos soon. We can’t wait to show you around and welcome you to our spring semester of learning and programming!
Meanwhile, you can find us at 1860 Washington Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02466.
(Pictured clockwise above: Entering our new building after a community procession from our Herrick Road building; librarian Harvey Sukenic & Rabbi Shani Rosenbaum in the Mascott Beit Midrash; President Anisfeld, in her new office; business office staff)