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About Us

Congregation Kadimah-Toras Moshe was Brighton’s first Orthodox synagogue, organized in 1941. It was first known as Congregation Kadimah and it later merged with Congregation Toras Moshe of Roxbury in 1964.

In 2021, we moved into the new building, which is located conveniently near both bus and subway/trolly public transportation. Click here for a video tour of our building at 101 Washington St.

Today, KTM is a vibrant, forward-thinking, Orthodox Jewish community where all are welcome.

There are about 75 families affiliated with the synagogue, with demographics ranging from singles, young couples (many with children), and retired adults. We hold weekly classes in Chumash and Talmud as well as on cultural topics, and we host a number of other events. There is a Shabbat youth program for toddlers through bar/bat mitzvah age run through our Family Program. The Congregation is a proud member of the Orthodox Union as well as the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts.

Kadimah-Toras Moshe has been deeply engaged with the Brighton community, running food drives, participating in neighborhood beautification activities, acting as a liaison between local government and the Jewish community, and spearheading efforts to ensure affordable housing in the Allston-Brighton area.

Our synagogue is home to many immigrants and those whose first language is not English.





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