Inclusivity is at the heart of Temple Beth Avodah. We believe that every individual, of any background, identity, or ability, has a place within our community. We are committed to creating a warm, welcoming, and accepting space for all who wish to be a part of our family.
We understand that everyone has unique needs and experiences, and we strive to ensure that our community is accessible to all.
We embrace diversity in all its forms and celebrate the richness that each individual brings to our community. We believe that everyone deserves to feel valued, heard, and supported. We encourage you to reach out to us and let us know the ways in which we can be more inclusive. Your voice makes us stronger. We are dedicated to fostering a sense of belonging and connectedness among all members of our community, and we look forward to welcoming you with open arms.
We embrace multi-faith families with open arms in all aspects of our congregation. Whether you grew up in a Jewish home or have never stepped foot inside a synagogue, TBA welcomes you and meets you where you are in your journey.
We see the uniqueness in people with varying physical, emotional, social, and educational needs. From inclusive classrooms with trained educational support to accessible facilities to access to a large network of mental health support, we welcome you.
We understand that the Jewish community, along with the broader world, is racially and ethnically diverse. We welcome everyone and strive to create a community where our differences are acknowledged, celebrated and shared.
We create space for LGBTQIA+ inclusivity including gender neutral facilities, inclusive language and programming, and support for children and adults. We welcome you to join TBA at the annual Boston Pride Parade to show your support.