To celebrate Tu B’Shevat — the Jewish new year of trees — the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center is presenting an online program about climate change and New England forests.
Community leaders for racial justice gathered Friday for an interfaith Shabbat service to honor the shared memory of two civil rights leaders: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.


The lights of Hanukkah will shine by Zoom this year at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center, with a series of virtual candle lighting events for each of the holiday’s eight nights.
Religious institutions on the Island have struggled with the decision of whether to open this summer, noting the challenges of holding services in small enclosed spaces.
The Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center is holding a virtual Community Seder at 5 p.m. Thursday, the second night of Passover.


The Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center is sponsoring an artisans fair on Sunday, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.