Hebrew 202 (Intermediate)

Ahavath Achim Synagogue 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta

This course is a continuation of the curriculum begun last year, picking up approximately half way through the book, Prayerbook Hebrew the Easy Way. Students will learn the fundamentals of Hebrew grammar and the construction of sentences. Developing skills to translate biblical and prayerbook Hebrew is the objective. Although this is not a course in conversational Hebrew, […]

Shabbat Morning Service

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To "tune in," follow the Zoom link below. Join Via Zoom

Rebbe’s Tish

Ahavath Achim Synagogue 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta

Sisterhood’s Latte and Learn

Join the rabbis and fellow sisters every third Thursday of the month for a morning of coffee (or tea), conversation, and learning at Sisterhood’s monthly study group. Questions? Contact Roslyn […]

Hebrew 101 (Basic)

Ahavath Achim Synagogue 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta

This is a 12-week course for learners seeking to master the sights and sounds of the Hebrew alphabet. Learn the sounds of all consonants and vowels, and how to read […]

Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdallah Service

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To "tune in," follow the Zoom link below. […]

Youth Services

Ahavath Achim Synagogue - Koplin Borochoff Library 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta

As part of our new Shabbat programming, we are excited to introduce Youth Services! Parents and their children (K - 2) are invited to join us once a month for […]

Groove Shabbat

Ahavath Achim Synagogue - Paradies Hall 600 Peachtree Battle Ave. NW, Atlanta

As part of our new Shabbat programming, we are excited to continue Groove Shabbat! Parents and their children (0 - Pre-K) are invited to join us one Saturday a month […]

Mahloket Matters: The Beit Midrash Way

Ahavath Achim Synagogue 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta

The Atlanta Rabbinical Association is bringing our community together with one goal in mind: agreeing to disagree. Jewish tradition has a strong history of mahloket, constructive disagreement, which has sharpened […]

Lunch and Learn

Offices of Birnbrey, Minsk, Minsk, and Perling 1801 Peachtree St NW # 300, Atlanta

Rabbi Rosenthal’s Virtual Open House

Rabbi Rosenthal's Virtual Open House is oriented toward keeping us connected, spiritually-sound, and informed during this difficult time. Rabbi Rosenthal will offer an appropriate teaching and provide people with the […]

Rabbi Sandler’s Virtual Open House

Rabbi Sandler's Virtual Open House is oriented toward keeping us connected, spiritually-sound, and informed during this difficult time. Rabbi Sandler will offer an appropriate teaching and provide people with the […]

Havdallah and Melava Malka (Music Service)

Join us online for a Havdallah service like no other as we come together to end Shabbat and begin the week anew – refreshed and resolved to share our light […]

Pre-Shabbat Oneg “Happy Hour”

Join the Rabbis every other Friday before Shabbat for a virtual party to connect, share successes and challenges of the week, and get ready for Shabbat. Bring your own refreshments, […]

Groove Shabbat

Join us online for Groove Shabbat with Mr. Michael! We’ll have stories and interactive dogs to celebrate Shabbat! If you can’t join us at 4:30 pm, you can watch it […]

Home With the Kids Sipping Club

"Cause its 5 pm somewhere!" Bring an open bottle and an open mind to a conversation with Brooke Rosenthal. We'll share the day's successes and struggles, learn some tools for […]

Latte and Learn

Join Sisterhood as they go virtual for their monthly Latte and Learn study group! Participate in a lively group discussion with one of our rabbis and your fellow sisters. Join […]

Chai Youth Hangout

Join Chai Youth every other Tuesday evening for a virtual hangout with games and friends! Join Via Zoom

Parent Support Group

Come together every Thursday for a deep breath and Jewish wisdom to strengthen us for another week. Rabbi Rosenthal will lead a short study followed by an open discussion to […]

Elementary School Kid’s Crafting

Children in Pre-K - 2nd grade (or older) are invited to join us every Wednesday for virtual games, crafts, stories, and more. Join Via Zoom

Groove Shabbat

Parents and their children (0 - 4 years old) are invited to join us one Saturday a month for stories and interactive songs celebrating Shabbat and upcoming Jewish holidays. If you […]

Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdallah Service

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To "tune in," follow the Zoom link below. […]

Machar Hangout

Calling all 3rd - 5th graders! Join fellow Macharniks every other Monday for a virtual hangout with games and fun. Join Via Zoom

Biblical Hebrew for Beginners

Join our Hebrew instructor, Jim Dricker, every Wednesday for this Hebrew beginners class where you will utilize the Hebrew alphabet to begin constructing and sounding out Hebrew words and sentences. […]

Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdallah Service

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To “tune in,” follow the Zoom link below. […]

Chai USY Scavenger Hunt

As the school year ends and we move towards summer, we know everyone is looking for something fun to do. Join Chai USY (our high school youth group) for a […]

Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdallah Service

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To “tune in,” follow the Zoom link below. […]

Naomi’s Book Club

Join Sisterhood one Monday per month for a lively book discussion. July's book is A Well Behaved Woman by Therese Marie Fowler, and the discussion will be led by Lynne Greenfield. […]

Hebrew 101: Aleph-Bet

Join our Hebrew instructor, Jim Dricker, every Tuesday for this Hebrew basics class. Learn the Hebrew alphabet, develop the skills to decode Hebrew words, and start gaining the tools for […]

Parent Support Group

Come together twice a month for a deep breath and Jewish wisdom to strengthen us for another week. Rabbi Rosenthal will lead a short study followed by an open discussion […]

Rebbe’s Tish

Join Rabbi Blustin for an end-of-the-day conversation. Share a l'chaim, sing together, hear about his spiritual journey, what led him to become a Rabbi, and his vision for our spiritual […]

Talmud Class With Dr. Kessler

Join us every Wednesday evening for a Talmud class led by Dr. Samuel Kessler as he leads us on a journey through the spiritual mind and rabbinic process which gave […]

Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdallah Service

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To “tune in,” follow the Zoom link below. […]

Community Tisha B’Av

Join the community for meaningful learning and the reading of Megillat Eicha to commemorate the destruction of the the Temple in Jerusalem and other tragedies which befell the Jewish people. […]

Tisha B’Av Morning Minyan

Come together on the solemn day of Tisha B'av to commemorate the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem. We will offer a special Tisha B'Av service in the morning during […]

Tisha B’Av Rebbe’s Tish

Come together on the solemn day of Tisha B'av to commemorate the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem. We will offer a special Tisha B'Av service in the morning during […]

Blood Drive

American Red Cross Blood Donation Center 1955 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta

Do the mitzvah of donating blood at Ahavath Achim Synagogue’s quarterly Blood Drive. Every day, blood donors help patients of all ages: accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ […]

Naomi’s Book Club

Join Sisterhood one Monday per month for a lively book discussion. August's book is The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead, and the discussion will be led by Madeleine Gimbel. Questions? […]

Home With the Kids Sipping Club

Every other Tuesday, parents are invited to join in a discussion about successes and struggles throughout the week as a work-from-home parent. We’ll start each session with a topic followed […]

Shabbat Service in Honor of Rep. John Lewis’s Sheloshim

Rabbi Joshua states: The righteous of all nations have a share in the world to come (Tosefta Sanhedrin 13:2). AA's Anti Hate and Violence Committee invites you to a Shabbat service honoring the life and legacy of our synagogue district's own representative, John Lewis. With the conclusion of sheloshim (30 days after passing), we welcome […]

Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdallah Service

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To “tune in,” follow the Zoom link below. If you have technical difficulties, please refer to the online Zoom tutorials here (also provided in the COVID Communication Hub). Join Via Zoom

Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdallah Service

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To “tune in,” follow the Zoom link below. Join Via Zoom

Talmud Class With Dr. Kessler

Join us every Wednesday evening for a Talmud class led by Dr. Samuel Kessler as he leads us on a journey through the spiritual mind and rabbinic process which gave us the Jewish lives we have today. No prior Talmudic learning is necessary. Bring an open mind and a genuine interest in how our spiritual […]

Machar Kick-Off

Calling all 3rd - 5th graders! Join us for our first Machar Youth Group event of the 2020-2021 year. The afternoon will feature virtual games (trivia, Simon Says, This or That, etc.) and art projects that allow you to show off your creative side. All virtual youth group programs will come with an event kit […]

mAAc Meets: Movie Discussion – A Serious Man

Members of our Mature Active Adult Community (mAAc) are invited to join Rabbi Neil Sandler for a movie discussion on the Coen Brothers’ classic, A Serious Man. Larry Gopnik is a physics professor at a 1960s university, but his life is coming apart at the seams. His wife is leaving him, his jobless brother has […]

mAAc Meets: A Conversation with Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel

Members of our Mature Active Adult Community (mAAc) are invited to join Rabbi Neil Sandler to watch and discuss a fascinating conversation with Dr. Heschel (z"l). Only weeks prior to his death, Dr. Heschel offered thoughts on free will, wonder, God, prayer and the “celebration of life.” Please be with us for this uplifting conversation […]

High Holiday Workshop: It’s Almost Time for… Rosh Hashanah

Rabbi Neil Sandler will be offering two pre-Rosh Hashanah workshops on the theme, God ‘Testing” Abraham… and Us: Really? Every year, on the second day of Rosh Hashanah, we read the Akedah story, the near-sacrifice of Isaac. At the beginning of the story, the Torah informs us that God “tested” Abraham. In what sense, if […]

Biblical Hebrew Class

Join us every Wednesday for Biblical Hebrew Class, led by Hebrew instructor, Jim Dricker. In this class, we will cover all aspects of grammar and a well-rounded basic vocabulary. Students set the pace of the program, and we will proceed as fast or as slow as the majority of the class requests. We might take […]

Selichot Night Live

The Conservative Movement comes together to learn, sing, and connect as a community. Over 60 rabbis and cantors will present, and a variety of Selihot services will be offered throughout the evening. We will usher in the High Holiday season focusing on: Teshuva (Repentance: If I Am Not For Myself, Who Is For Me?) Tefilah […]

Rosh Hashanah Cooking with Machar

Calling all 3rd - 5th graders! Join your fellow Machar-niks in making yummy Rosh Hashanah-themed treats and enjoying other holiday-themed activities! A list of ingredients will be sent out beforehand, and we will be dropping off something special for all our participants. To register, please contact the Director of Youth and Family Engagement: Jackie Nix […]

Sisterhood’s Opening Program – A Legacy: Looking Forward

Join Sisterhood for their first ever virtual Opening Program! Our own resident artist, Flora Rosefsky, will lead us in an interactive art session to help us create a visual representation of our legacy to the next generation. We know the value of legacy based on what older generations have left us. Now, it’s time for […]

Virtual Game Time with USY and Kadima

All 6th - 12th Graders are invited to join us for our first USY and Kadima program! Our Chai Youth board has been working hard to plan some fun and creative games for everyone. We'll have a great time laughing and getting to know each other! Questions? Contact the Director of Youth and Family Engagement: […]

Naomi’s Book Club

Join Sisterhood one Monday per month for a lively book discussion. September's book is Beloved by Toni Morrison, and the discussion will be led by Shirley Minsk. Questions? Contact Madeleine Gimbel (maddy_gimbel@yahoo.com; 404.355.7711). Join Via Zoom

Hebrew Reading Improvement Class

Join us every Tuesday for Hebrew Reading Improvement Class, led by Hebrew instructor, Jim Dricker. This class functions as a "drop-in" for anyone who wishes to practice reading Hebrew to improve their fluency skills. Each session will stand alone, so weekly attendance is not required. Using passages from the Hebrew prayer book and bible, participants […]

Rosh Hashanah Drive-In Shofar Service

Ahavath Achim Synagogue 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta

Join your Ahavath Achim family for the most unusual and spectacular Shofar service in AA’s history. Park side by side with your AA family as you fulfill the spiritual obligation of hearing the Shofar sounded in person. For security and capacity purposes, registration is required. Please register online (link below) or by calling the office […]

High Holiday Workshop: It’s Almost Time for… Sukkot

Rabbi Neil Sandler will be offering a pre-Sukkot workshop on the theme, The Permanent Impermanence of the Sukkah. Every year, we build a temporary sukkah and, if all goes well, enjoy the special time it offers us outside during a beautiful time of year. But some things about this impermanent structure are very permanent. Join […]

Naomi’s Book Club

Join Sisterhood one Monday per month for a lively book discussion. October's book is The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck, and the discussion will be led by Sandybeck Lease. Questions? Contact Madeleine Gimbel (maddy_gimbel@yahoo.com; 404.355.7711). Join Via Zoom

Latte and Learn

Join the rabbis and fellow sisters every third Thursday of the month for a morning of coffee (or tea), conversation, and learning at Sisterhood’s monthly study group. Questions? Contact Roslyn Konter (rpkonter@gmail.com; 770.986.3697). Join Via Zoom

Morning Minyan

In an effort to practice social distancing to the highest effect, prayer leaders will conduct services from their homes via Zoom video. To "tune in," follow the Zoom link below. If you have technical difficulties, please refer to the online Zoom tutorials here (also provided in the COVID Communication Hub). Join Via Zoom

Naomi’s Book Club

Ahavath Achim Synagogue - Koplin Borochoff Library 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta

Join Sisterhood one Monday per month for a lively book discussion. November's book is TBD. Questions? Contact Madeleine Gimbel (maddy_gimbel@yahoo.com; 404.355.7711). Join Via Zoom

Naomi’s Book Club

Ahavath Achim Synagogue - Koplin Borochoff Library 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta

Join Sisterhood one Monday per month for a lively book discussion. December's book is Persuasion by Jane Austen, and the discussion will be led by Patsy Little. Questions? Contact Madeleine Gimbel (maddy_gimbel@yahoo.com; 404.355.7711). Join Via Zoom