Welcome to Congregation Eitz Chayim

A Home for Wondering Jews

Welcome!   We’re glad you have decided to visit our website and find out about our wonderful Congregation and Hebrew School. We hope you will visit us in person on a Friday night, join us for the High Holy Days or festivals, study with us, or attend a Meah Select Class taught by Hebrew College experts.  

We would be delighted for you to join our community of Wondering Jews.  

New Members – High Holy Day Seats & FREE School Tuition

Posted by mgw on July 6, 2017 in General, High Holy Days, home, School

Are you searching for a place to worship for High Holy Days? Are your children ready to start studying for their B’nai Mitzvah? You should explore the benefits of becoming a member at Congregation Eitz Chayim in Cambridge.

Led by Rabbi Liza Stern, Congregation Eitz Chayim (tree of life) is best characterized by its warm, haimish atmosphere and meaningful engagement with Jewish traditions.  As a community, we celebrate Shabbat and holidays together, share life cycle events, and promote life-long Jewish learning through our thriving religious school and rich adult education programming.  We are a non-affiliated congregation that often worships creatively, and we work together to make new, fresh ideas happen.  Community at Eitz Chayim has always been intimate and organic.

Eitz Chayim is fully inclusive, drawing families of all configurations and individuals from diverse backgrounds and varied identities. We take seriously our involvement in the local and world communities. Our dynamic urban congregation is the fastest-growing in Cambridge; our members come from all over the Greater Boston area.

For new members (individual or couple), Eitz Chayim is offering up to 4 seats for our High Holy Days services AND free tuition (for 1 year) for students enrolled in our Sunday School program (Pre-school through Bar/Bat Mitzvah). That’s right! FREE TUITION FOR ONE YEAR!

To learn more, contact Paul at ecoffice@eitz.org or call 617-497-7626.

The re-dedication of our sanctuary December 13, 2015.  Read about it here