Jewish Cultural Sunday School, 
Parenting Class, Chanukah Coming Up
KB's Cultural School on Sunday Mornings 
For children 4 - 14 we provide a place to learn Jewish history, traditions, ethics, and music.  Our school celebrate's secular Jewish culture with a curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking.  We welcome all families and children with a warm welcome to interfaith families, GLBQT families and children with disabilities.  

Sunday school meets from 9:15 am - noon, 1 - 2 times per month from September - June.  Adult activities take place during Sunday school hours so that we can learn while our children are learning.  Childcare is available for children under 4.  

Families are always welcome to visit our classrooms and meet our teachers.  To arrange a visit,   Upcoming Sunday school dates are Oct. 29, Nov 19, Dec 10. 

Throughout the year, we have special art, music and cultural programs in the Sunday school.  On December 10,  Leora Mallach will teach about Fair Trade chocolate (with samples, of course!) Read more about Leora and her work Here.

Parenting Through a Jewish Lens  
A six session class for parents or grandparents of children zero to 10.  Participants come together to learn from and discuss Jewish and secular wisdom that enriches them and their families.  Rachel Schoenfeld, our education director, leads the class based on curriculum created at Hebrew College and used throughout Greater Boston.   This class is especially good for interfaith families and everyone who wants to bring Jewish culture home in way that fits their family.  

Beginning November 5, continuing once every two or three weeks, meeting from 12:15 - 1:45 pm. Lunch and childcare is provided.  For more information and to register

Read what a parent in last year's class had to say Here and what our teacher, Rachel Schoenfeld has to say about teaching the class Here.

Special Events 
Sunday, November 5, 9:15 am - noon,  is KB Day for all ages together with a humanistic service and super brunch. There are workshops for children and adults. Workshops: Singing Niggunim (wordless melodies) with our music director, playing board games, arts and crafts, Jewish Labor Then and Now, Report from Israel and West Bank.    

Saturday, December 2, 5:30 pm, Dinner and Speaker.   We will celebrate a humanistic havdallah (end of shabbat) at 5:30 and then enjoy a community dinner.  After dinner, Paul Golin, Executive Director for the Society for Humanistic Judaism, will give a short presentation followed by discussion about the Future of Congregational Life in Liberal Judaism.  Paul's expertise is key trends affecting North American Jewry, including intermarriage, engagement and inclusion.   Read more about Paul .  Childcare is available with advance reservation.  RSVP to this event .

Light The Lights! 
Celebrate Chanukah!
Saturday, December 16, 5:00 pm,
We will light our menorahs in a beautiful ceremony and learn about the humanistic meaning of the holiday. 
Games, crafts, lots of singing, and a holiday dinner with latkes.  For more info and to RSVP 
Social Action Activities For Families To Do Together
Our focus is Tikkun Olam (helping to repair the world)
  • Below are activities that parents and children can do together. 
    * Gaining Ground Farm (September and May)
    * Thanksgiving Meal-Packing (November)
    * Foster Care Holiday Gift Drive (December)
    * MLK Jr. National Day of Service (January)
    * Foster Care Welcome Boxes (March)
    * Cradles to Crayons Sunday School Drive (TBD)

We meet at 765 Concord Avenue, Cambridge