The Adams Street Shul
What do you think of the newly painted electrical boxes? They're all over the neighborhood and some are gorgeous.
The one on Washington Street, in front of Our Lady's, features three views of The Adams Street Synagogue (as well as views of the church and of The Jackson Homestead).
It was painted by Paul Lambert. Check it out.
This is the second work of art in the neighborhood to include an image of the Shul. Can you identify the other?
Chesed Committee Contacts
We are an independent, historic Orthodox shul that serves a diverse congregation and the broader community. We provide a place for davening (prayer), learning, and spiritual growth; and a social environment where we celebrate holidays and life-cycle events together.
We are haimish — a warm, caring, welcoming community where everyone can contribute and be active in the life of the congregation, build on the traditions of our founders, and link the Jewish past to the future.
A Modern Community
We hope you will visit us when you visit Boston. If you live here, we hope you will participate in our educational classes, religious services, and holiday celebrations.
A Historic Shul
The Adams Street Shul is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are now in our second century of service to the Jewish community.
For eruv status see The Nonantum Eruv.
To report happy news about our members and community, e-mail .
To read the latest, see our Nachas Notes.
To request prayers for health and healing, e-mail . For names of people to pray for, see our Refuah List.
To contact our officers, committee chairs, and volunteers,
please see our Shul Directory.
Explore our website. You'll find helpful information for visitors, audio and video recordings of educational classes and events, a historical tour, information about Shabbat hospitality, and much more.