Friday, March 8 at 6:00pm Sunset Shabbat with Sue Horowitz
Havdallah service at 5:30 (open to all) will be followed by a special fundraising dinner served by the Shalomites and the Aldersgate United Methodist Church Youth Group. Food to be provided by Lee and Noah Ablove of Chef's Kitchen on Main. Music by Pepper Jazz with our own Nathan Morrissey. Suggested donation for dinner is $25 per person. Bring your own wine. If you can't attend, but would like to support the teens' efforts, donations gratefully accepted. Babysitting available for a donation of $5 per child (indicate in RSVP).
Learn About Voluntary Dues
Sunday, March 10 at 12:30pm
Join us for the second informational session to learn more about voluntary dues and why we are making this important change. Virtual participation available here.
Groundbreaking Workshop!

The Persistence of Hate: Exploring Contemporary Antisemitism
Monday, March 4, 6:30 - 9:30pm
Facing History’s ground-breaking lessons explore the role that antisemitism played at the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville as a case study in contemporary antisemitism.
At Congregation Shalom. Light dinner included.
Calling All Would-be Knitters
The Caring Yarns Committee needs women and men who are ready to take the leap and learn to knit. Individual or group lessons. Can meet at the home of one of the Caring Yarns Committee chairs, or at the temple. More information.
If you have any questions please
contact Lynne Rothstein, Ron Michaud, Rabbi Perry, or Bruce Goss.
Spirituality Group Meeting
Tuesday, March 5, 7:30 - 9:00pm
This is the beginning of a new season of meetings. Spirituality Group is a discussion group for people interested in sharing and enhancing their spiritual journey. Provides an opportunity for people to come together to learn and share their thoughts. A short poem, prayer, or short exercise is usually used to challenge everyone to think, and then share reactions and thoughts. Many have found the group fun and enlightening!
Celebrate Jewish life with old friends and new with a Chavurah. Connect with other members with common interests with an Affinity Group.
Join a Chavurah, an
Affinity Group, or Both!
Please respond by March 15 th to be
part of the first round of groups .
Small groups are an excellent way to foster deeper friendships and a stronger congregational community. Groups will be formed in the near future. Fill out the form to be matched to a group today!
Friday, March 15:
Tot Shabbat 6:00 - 6:45pm • Sunset Shabbat 7:15 - 8:15pm
Sunset Service with Shpiel
Fundraising Art Sale
Sunday, March 10, 2 - 5pm
At the temple. Large selection of classic and contemporary art – beautiful crewel and needlepoint pieces as well as prints and amazing illustrations. Some originals! Every piece will be priced, but the fundraising team will be "flexible".
Written In Breath
Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell
Sunday, March 24, 4:00 - 5:30pm
 At the temple . Yiddish Song presents yet another vibrant, relevant body of Jewish texts with which to engage, celebrate and–of course–argue about the continuities of Jewish spiritual and cultural life.

Eight years after making his professional operatic debut in a Philip Glass world premiere, Anthony Russell is now a vocalist, composer and arranger specializing in Yiddish art and folk song, chazones and Chasidic nigunim.
Sisterhood Night Out
Thursday, March 14, 6:30pm
At Burton's Grill in Westford. Enjoy dinner and socialize with Sisterhood gals. Space limited to the first 12 responses.
A hands-on experience for everyone!
Holy Book Burial
Sunday, March 31, 10:30am
At the grove of trees at the temple. Join us for the mitzvah of respectful burial of worn out Hebrew books. If bringing your own books, please contact Mishkan Advisory Group with an estimate of how many you'll be bringing. Please bring all books in biodegradable containers. Full details.
One Community Read April 30
Powerful story of how a prominent white supremacist changed his heart and mind. It can help us understand what is happening in this American moment and better understand one another. Open to the public. At Congregation Shalom. Details.
hors d’oeuvres • desserts • libations
music • socializing • storytelling
7:oo pm 
And Don't Forget...
Get Your Grocery Cards
Grocery cards are available for Hannaford, Stop&Shop, Whole Foods or Donelan's, and the Temple makes $7 cashback for each $100 purchased. This leads to thousands of dollars for our programs, with no extra out-of-pocket money from you. Contact  Toby Sedgwick , to sign up for the monthly program, and then start shopping and giving back to Congregation Shalom at the same time. You can have grocery cards sent to college students too!