Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope
Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope

Twenty-First Century Judaism

Join Rabbi Katy Allen for Jewish learning

that will open your mind, your heart, and your soul.

No prior knowledge or prepartion is required.

Sustenance for Mind, Body, and Soul

We'll gather at 10:00 to learn together,

then share an optional brunch/lunch either potluck or at a nearby restaurant.

Please RSVP to rabbi @

Cost: No cost for members 

$20/session for non-members.



 January 12 and Febuary 2

Explore teachings about gratitude in Jewish tradition

and ways to increase our gratitude practices in our personal lives.


American Jews and Native Americans

Febuary 16 and March 1

Explore relationships between American Jews and Native Americans

over the centuries and ways to support Native peoples today

in their ongoing struggles. 

Potential visit to the Pequot Museum as a follow-up.

Upcoming Outdoor Services & Other Events


** = Members Only


Services start at 10:30 


Winter Pond Walk 

Saturday, January 18

Hamlen Woods, Wayland


Wildlife Refuge in Winter

Saturday, February 1

Great Meadows Wildlife Refuge, Sudbury



Learning and Lunch

10:00 AM

Sunday, Feb. 2, 10 AM

Private Home


Tu BiShvat Celebration Sunday, Feb. 9, 5-7 PM       Framingham Friends Meetinghouse    


Woods & Pond Shabbat Saturday, February 15

Upper Mill Brook, Wayland 


Jews & Native Americans

Learning and Lunch

Sun, Feb. 16, 10:00 AM Private Home


Hop Brook Bridges Saturday, February 22  

Hop Brook Cons. Area



Hidden Gem Shabbat Saturday, February 29  

Pod Meadow Cons. Area    Wayland      


Jews & Native Americans

Learning and Lunch

Sun, March 1, 10:00 AM Private Home


Sunshine Shabbat  

Saturday, March 7      

Cow Common, Wayland



Where to Find Us


Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope

237 Old Connecticut Path
Wayland, MA 01778




Affiliated with the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts






Print Print | Sitemap Recommend this page Recommend this page
© Katy Z. Allen 2012