We are an independent, historic Orthodox shul that serves a diverse congregation and the broader community.
We provide a place for davening, learning and spiritual growth, and a social environment where we celebrate life-cycle events.
We are building on the traditions of our founders and providing a link to the Jewish past.
We are a haimish, warm, caring, welcoming community, where everyone can contribute and be active in the life of the congregation.
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.
Any Jewish person, eighteen years or older, is eligible for membership in the Congregation. Click for the membership application.
The Adams Street Synagogue is Newton's oldest synagogue. Our historic building is a warm and intimate setting for our small, growing congregation. Take an on-line historical tour here.
The Adams Street Shul has built and maintans an Eruv in Nonantum, which is one of the most affordable Newton neighborhoods. See the map of the Nonantum Eruv for details.