Paying Homage to Those Who Served

Veterans, merchant mariners and others involved in past and present service will be recognized at the 16th annual service honoring veterans at the Shabbat service at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center on Friday, Nov. 14.

Hebrew Center Hosts Scholar-in-Residence

The Hebrew Center is hosting a scholar-in-residence this weekend. Jacob Siegel is a student at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School, an open and modern Orthodox rabbinical school.

Hebrew Center Guest Speaker

Yuval Elizur, former deputy editor and economics reporter for Israel’s largest daily newspaper Ma’ariv, will be the guest speaker following the Shabbat service at the Hebrew Center on Friday, May 2, at 5:30 p.m.

Living and Learning: Generations Share as Passover Begins

Martha's Vineyard joined Jews everywhere in celebrating the second night of Passover at the Hebrew Center on Tuesday. Three members of the congregation shared personal stories of freedom.

Fabric of Your Life

Fabric artist Nancy Katz will guide Making an Heirloom on Sunday, March 9.

Tribute to Social Justice Leaders

Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center pays homage to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Herschel with a tribute Shabbat service on Friday, Jan. 17 at 5:30 p.m.

Hanukkah Celebration

Bring your menorah and join the community in celebrating the last night of Hanukkah at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center in Vineyard Haven.

Israeli Defense Force Pilots

On Wednesday, August 14, at 7 p.m. two female pilots with the Israeli Defense Force will share their experiences at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center. Each woman will talk about her personal story, participating in what was for many years a male-only field.

Faith and Farming

A Farm to Faith Shabbat will be held Friday, April 26, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Hebrew Center, 130 Center street in Vineyard Haven.

Promoting Peace in Wake of Sandy Hook Shooting

Joining congregations across the country, members of the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury and the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center gathered Friday to participate in an interfaith service addressing gun violence and peacemaking in light of the Sandy Hook tragedy.

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