Welcome to Kerem Shalom – Vineyard of Peace

Kerem Shalom is a diverse and welcoming, unaffiliated Jewish community located in historic Concord, Massachusetts. With many interfaith families, Kerem Shalom is a vibrant, supportive home for Jews by birth, Jews by choice, and ohavey Yisrael – those who are not Jewish, but love the Jewish people and support the Jewish choices of their families. We are strengthened by our shared heritage and the diversity of backgrounds, family composition, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, race and economic status. All are welcome! Contact us.

The Boston Jewish Music Festival comes to Kerem Shalom. Save the Date!
November 1st, 7PM. Rosalie Gerut & Hankus Netsky in an Evening of Jewish Music and More! Also Eden MacAdam-Somer, Andrew Blickenderfer & Henry Goldberg. For more information, Click here.

Mitzvah Day ONE. Our 13th Annual Mitzvah Day – Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014, 10:30 a.m. – mid-afternoon.
Start the new year with Tikkun Olam – repairing our world. Many projects to get involved in – something for everyone! Read more.

Fall/Winter 2014 Friday night Shabbat Services – Open to the Community!
Joyous and musical, our Shabbat services are enjoyed by children and adults. For specific times and types of services, Click here.

Tuesday mornings 10:30AM-12:30PM
Me’ah is a creative adult learning program developed in partnership by Combined Jewish Philanthropies and Hebrew College. Me’ah offers adults of all ages and backgrounds, a foundation in Jewish culture and civilization.  For more information, click here.

Adult Programs provide a variety of activities, including religious and spiritual education, concerts, health and wellness classes, opportunities for creative self-expression, social action projects, community events and speakers on a wide variety of topics ranging from healthy food to politics. Kerem Shalom is a Me’ah site, where adults study Jewish history, philosophy and culture with outstanding Jewish scholars from around the region. For more information, Click here.

Registration for KS Hebrew School 2014-15 now open
From age 3 to high school; once-a-week classes and outstanding faculty. Read more.