Nov 20

Hangout @ JPULSE: The Paradox of Anger

Youtube Thumbnail Hangout Anger copyWe all loose our temper once in a while. This Hangout gives practical tools on turning those moments into a springboard for personal growth.








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Nov 19

MEME: Shabbos is a time to be together

Shabbos is a time to be together.




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Nov 12

Welcome Rabbi Mati and Mrs. Chaya Esther Miller

Welcome to Boston!

We are so excited to have the Miller family here in Boston! The Millers bring a tremendous warmth and relaxed vibe to our sometimes over caffeinated team. The Miller’s live in Malden which is just 10 min. by train from downtown Boston and will be meeting and learning with people throughout Greater Boston. The Miller’s will be joining us for Shabbos @ JPULSE and will be hosting their own Shabbos dinners in their home in Malden which can seat plenty of people comfortably. Our North Shore office and outreach center will be located at Beth Israel of Malden (10 Dexter Street, Malden, MA). Rabbi Miller is a tremendous musician and loves to jam out as well so we are especially looking forward to rocking out 5775 together!


Fun video tour of Malden with Rabbi Mati Miller.


Rabbi Mati Miller

Miller - Copy copyRabbi Miller is probably one of the most laid back Rabbi’s you’ll meet. He brings more than a decade of intensive study in Israel under the outstanding tutelage  of Torah luminaries such as Rav Tzvi Kushelevsky, shlita and Rav Yitzchak Berkowitz, shlita.  Rabbi Miller is an avid musician and enjoys chilling out with Jews from all backgrounds.

Rabbi Miller and his wife Chaya Esther (Burnham) and their precious children live in Malden and love hosting guests for Shabbos. Rabbi Miller teaches throughout Greater Boston so hit him up for a coffee or beverage of your choice:


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Nov 11

Shabbos @ JPULSE: Nov. 21st


Warning: These events sell out well in advance. Get tickets now.

Join 60 friends (20′s & 30′s) for a feast fit for royalty. Meet old friends and new as we enjoy the majesty of Shabbos.*


4:00 p.m. Mincha & High Energy Kabbalat Shabbat

5:00 p.m. Meet & Greet

7:00 p.m. Feast


There is only room for 60 friends. $18 registration required. Tickets will not last!
register now


Join us Sat. at 11:15 am for a Kiddush/Luncheon.


* Overnight hospitality available.


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Oct 31

VID: Setting Goals while Staying Happy

Goal setting can be self destructive if it is approached with the wrong mindset. This quick video reconciles two apparently opposite approaches to setting goals which lead to happier, more productive lives.

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Oct 31

MEME: Keep Calm and Wear Tefillin

Keep Calm and Wear Tefillin. Would you like to learn more about this incredible mitzvah?


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Oct 29

VID: “Why Be Jewish?”

This important video from Simple To Remember is based on a talk given by Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky on the reasons why be Jewish (geared towards Jews). This talk is for the contemporary Jew today.

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Oct 29

MEME: Buy a rabbi coffee today?


When was the last time you had coffee or lunch with a rabbi? Feel free to hit us up for a coffee…it would be our pleasure to treat you to the first cup:) Its your Judaism and your location.


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Oct 26

Mon. nights at JPULSE


kashrut - milk and eggsJoin us at 8:00 pm at JPULSE for a talk in a relaxed setting as we delve into some hot topics, holidays, life cycle and other interesting talks.

Mon. night Schedule

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Oct 24

JED: “Understanding the Reality of Evil” w Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb on Nov. 6th


If G-d is good and runs the show, then how can He allow evil to exist? Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb brilliantly addresses this question and presents a rational framework from which to view the world we live in. The one minute trailer preceding this talk clearly illustrates just how relevant this question is, especially today.



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Join us for an elegant cocktail reception with a carving station, appetizers, and other delicious delicacies followed by an incredible talk by Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb on Understanding the Reality of Evil.

Having received his Ph.D. in mathematical logic at Brandeis University, Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb went on to become Professor of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University. Today he is a senior faculty member at Ohr Somayach in Jerusalem. An accomplished author and lecturer, Rabbi Gottlieb has electrified audiences with his stimulating and energetic presentations on ethical and philosophical issues.

JED is an acronym for Jewish Education in Demand and introduces Bostonian’s to the perfect blend where social and educational meet up. For past talks click here.


Date: Nov. 6, 2014

Time: 6:45 pm reception followed by a talk at 7:45 pm.

Location: JPULSE, 74 Corey Road, Brighton, MA 02135

Cost: $10 or $20 at the door. Limited space. JED no star thumbnail

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