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The Jamaica Plain High School (JPHS) Elm Street Alumni Association is pleased to announce its first three-day class reunion during the 2015 Labor Day weekend. The “2015 JPHS Elm Street Class Reunion,” is specifically designed for alumni who attended t the Jamaica Plain High School, Elm Street location during the periods 1940 through 1979. The Reunion will begin on Friday, September 4, 2015 at the Dedham Hilton Hotel Grand Ballroom, move to the Spirit of Boston for a sunset dinner…Find out more »
The Heart of Nuba is an inspiring film about the lone doctor in the war-torn South Sudan Nuban Mountains. See it on Sunday February 12, at 2:00 PM at Rabb Hall in the Boston Public Library in Copley Square, Boston. This event is free. Imagine that you a doctor. Imagine that you are a doctor in a 435-bed hospital. Imagine that you are the only doctor in that hospital, and that you serve a population of 500,000. Now imagine that…Find out more »
Please join us for an Easter Egg Hunt on our lawn after Easter Services (roughly 12:15). All children are welcome! St. John's Episcopal Church One Roanoke Ave (corner of Roanoke and Revere) Jamaica Plain, MA 02130Find out more »
Please join us for an Easter Egg Hunt on our lawn after Easter Services on April 16 (roughly 12:15). All children are welcome! St. John’s Episcopal Church One Roanoke Ave (corner of Roanoke and Revere) Jamaica Plain, MA 02130Find out more »
This engaging class on Jewish spirituality, ethics and community is designed for the curious beginner. All faith backgrounds welcome. No cost. Advance registration is required. 3 Thursday evenings - April 27, May 4 & 11; 7-9:00PM Rabbi Julie Zupan in partnership with the Center for Adult Jewish Learning at Temple IsraelFind out more »
Getting To Know The Bible... Is the topic of a four part workshop that introduces the Scriptures to young people between the ages of 6 and 10. This workshop is open to the public, free of charge and will be held in the months of July and August.Find out more »
Join us at the Jamaica Plain Forum, alongside scientists and activists from 350 Mass for a Better Future, Sierra Club and Mother's Out Front, to dissect the report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the National Climate Assessment, compiled by hundreds of scientists from around the world. These reports warn that these dangers are no longer remote or hypothetical. Both reports call for urgent action. How do we respond to a crisis larger than any we as…Find out more »
Invite your Facebook friends: https://www.facebook.com/events/199542620990000/ Join the Jamaica Plain Forum to welcome globally recognized UK health leaders Richard Wilkinson and Kate Picket will be speaking at the JP Forum about their new book, THE INNER LEVEL: How More Equal Societies Reduce Stress, Restore Sanity and Improve Everyone’s Well-Being. In 2009, Wilkinson and Picket revolutionized our understanding of economic inequality with their globally-recognized book, THE SPIRIT LEVEL: Why Equality is Better for Everyone. They are coming to Jamaica Plain on their…Find out more »
The Jewish Climate Action Network of Massachusetts (JCAN-MA) announces the Second National Jewish Climate Change Conference on March 24. More than 30 presenters on over 20 topics will provide actionable responses and technical actions for homes, synagogues, and other organizations, as well as spiritual responses, organizing techniques, and basic messaging around climate issues. Hosted at Temple Reyim in Newton, MA, from 12:30 - 7:30 PM, this Jewish Climate Change Conference will culminate in an environmentally friendly dinner prepared by volunteers…Find out more »
Take a moment to turn away from distractions – fears about the economy, disease, and uncertainty – to find calm and peace in a contemplative online event interwoven with music. Tune in to get a more spiritually abundant sense of life and well-being. Christian Science practitioner and lecturer Nate Fredrick, who lived for many years in JP, will share his experiences learning about the healing power of Love. This is open to the entire Jamaica Plain community! The event will…Find out more »
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