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

Shabbat and  Holidays

Upcoming Outdoor Services and Other Programs

 

Celebrate Shabbat with a walk through woods and fields and 1 1/2 hours of prayer, meditation, and Torah discussion. Dress for the weather and protect against ticks with bug spray and long pants.

RSVP by sundown Friday is appreciated.

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Upcoming Shabbat Services 10:30 am

and other events

Sustenance for Mind, Body, & Soul: Gratitude, Part 1 Sun, January 12 10:00 AM Rabbi Katy & Gabi's Home

We'll gather to Explore teachings about gratitude in Jewish tradition and ways to increase our gratitude practices in our personal lives. Afterward, we'll share an optional brunch/lunch either potluck or at a nearby restaurant. Please RSVP

No cost for members; 

$20/session for non-members.

Continues on February 2

Winter Pond Walk Shabbat Satuday, January 18   Hamlen Woods Cons. Area Rice Road, Wayland

The parking lot is on the west side of Rice Road between Mainstone Road and

80 Rice Road, Wayland. Watch for red fire hydrant on right if coming from the north. 

We'll walk around the pond. You may want a walking stick or YakTrax in case it's slippery.

Wildlife Refuge in Winter Saturday, February 1   Great Meadows Wildlife Refuge, Weir Hill Road, Sudbury

To find the parking lot, go down Weir Road, then turn right to enter the refuge through the gate. We'll either climb the hill to walk along the esker or take the boardwalk through the Red Maple Swamp. You may want a walking stick or YakTrax in case it's slippery.

Sustenance for Mind, Body, & Soul: Gratitude, Part I Sun, February 2, 10:00 AM Rabbi Katy & Gabi's Home

We'll gather to explore teachings about gratitude in Jewish tradition and ways to increase our gratitude practices in our personal lives. Afterward, we'll share an optional brunch/lunch either potluck or at a nearby restaurant. Please RSVP

No cost for members; 

$20/session for non-members.

Part II begins February 16.

Tu BiShvat Celebration -  New Year for the Trees Sunday, February 9, 5-7 PM       Framingham Friends       841 Edmands Road Framingham    

Enjoy an intergenerational program celebrating the New Year for the Trees.  We'll begin with activities and games, then share nuts and fruits and foods made from the seven species, and end with a brief adult study session. If we're lucky we'll be able to watch the full moon rise. Please RSVP and let us know what you can bring.

Woods and Pond Shabbat Saturday, February 15 Upper Mill Brook    Wayland 

The parking lot is at 107 Concord Road, beside Peace Lutheran Church. 

Dresss for the weather and be prepared for snow and ice. And beauty! If it's cold, we'll go indoors for our Torah discussion.

Sustenance for Mind, Body, & Soul: Jews and Native Americans, Part II   Sunday, Feb. 16, 10:00 AM Rabbi Katy & Gabi's Home

We'll gather to explore aspects of the relationship between Jews and Native Americans through the centuries. Afterward, we'll share an optional brunch/lunch either potluck or at a nearby restaurant. Please RSVP

No cost for members; 

$20/session for non-members.

Continues on March 1.

Hop Brook Bridges Shabbat Saturday, February 22   Hop Brook Cons. Area Sudbury

The small parking lot is opposite 340 Dutton Road in Sudbury.

Dress for the weather and be prepared for wintry conditions. 

Hidden Gem Shabbat Saturday, February 29   Pod Meadow Cons. Area    Wayland      

We'll meet by the aqueduct at 10 Wallace Road, off Old Connecticut Path in Wayland. Dresss for the weather and be prepared for snow and ice. If it's cold, can end our services at a nearby home for our Torah discussion.

Sustenance for Mind, Body, & Soul: Jews and Native Americans, Part II   Sunday, March 1, 10:00 AM Rabbi Katy & Gabi's Home

We'll gather to explore aspects of the relationship between Jews and Native Americans through the centuries. Afterward, we'll share an optional brunch/lunch either potluck or at a nearby restaurant. Please RSVP

No cost for members; 

$20/session for non-members.

This is the last in the series.

Sunshine Shabbat  Saturday, March 7           Cow Common, Wayland

The parking lot is opposite the North Cemetary, just north of 60 Old Sudbury Road in Wayland. Dress for the weather.

Early Spring Esker Shabbat Saturday, March 21         Pine Brook Cons. Area Wayland

We'll meet at the cul-de-sac at the end of Forty Acres Drive, off Rts. 126/27 about 1/2 mile south of the light at Rt. 20 in Wayland Center. 

We'll walk the esker to the bridge over the marsh and watch and listen for signs of spring.

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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

 

Gratitude

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

Sudbury

 

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

508.358.5996

rabbi@mayantikvah.org

 

www.mayantikvah.

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Affiliated with the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts

 

 

 

 

 

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