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Join AA’s Greening Group and JCAN-Georgia (Jewish Climate Action Network) for an opportunity to reverse the neglect and disrespect for the world by cleaning up and safeguarding our natural environment. Come ready to get messy, as we will trek into the undergrowth, go into the ravine, and wade into the mud at Peachtree Battle Creek. […]
Gather for an exploration into the major themes of the Yom Kippur service. What does atonement mean? Why do we fast? Is this a day of sadness or joy? Join Rabbi Sam Blustin in Ellman Chapel for an opportunity to explore the deeper meanings involved in this day of Awe. No RSVP required. Join Via […]
All Machar-niks (3rd-5th graders) are invited to a fun afternoon of food-themed crafts to wrap up the holidays. We’ll dip apples in honey, make edible sukkahs, and create a delicious mini Torah! A Kosher dairy lunch will be available to participants of both our Kesher and youth group programs. Cost: $10 per child The deadline […]
Join Sisterhood one Monday per month for a lively book discussion. September’s book is The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd, and the discussion will be led by Sandybeck Lease. Questions? Contact Madeleine Gimbel (email@example.com; 404.355.7711).
Join us for Tuesdays@AA, now part of our congregation’s Mature Active Adult Community (mAAc). Every Tuesday, one of our rabbis will begin the class with a one-hour discussion. The second hour of the class will be led by another member of the group. Rabbi Laurence Rosenthal will teach on the first Tuesday of the month […]
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 […]