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We now require all in-person attendees of services, study groups, meetings, and other synagogue functions to be fully vaccinated. Exceptions to this policy will be extended only to (i) individuals whose physicians have advised against receiving the vaccine (with such advise evidenced in writing) and (ii) children under 12 years old until such time as they can be fully vaccinated pursuant to FDA authorization and CDC recommendation guidelines. In addition, masks must be worn at all times inside the building.
The Georgian Chamber Players, in partnership with the Marilyn Ginberg Eckstein Cultural Arts Program Fund (of Ahavath Achim Synagogue), presents A Recital of Mozart and Schumann. Hear the Georgian Chamber Players in their first live performance since the pandemic! Performers: David Coucheron, violin Zhenwei Shi, viola Rainer Eudeikis, celllo Christopher Rex, cello Julie Coucheron, piano […]
Join the interfaith community for an exploration of gratitude found within fellowship. Sponsored by Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Christ Covenant Church, New Hope A.M.E. Church, Northside Drive Baptist Church, Northside United Methodist Church, St. Anne's Episcopal Church, and Trinity Presbyterian Church.
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Members of our Mature Active Adult Community (mAAc) are invited to a movie discussion on the film, The Keeper, facilitated by Rabbi Neil Sandler. Who would believe a story in which a former Nazi becomes the star goalkeeper for Manchester City? I mean, how likely is it that Man City fans, many of whom are […]
Join mAAc members, fellow congregants, and one of the AA rabbis every Tuesday for this exciting discussion group. Rabbis Laurence Rosenthal and Sam Blustin will alternate weeks leading a one-hour online learning course by the Shalom Hartman Institute. The course, iEngage: Together and Apart, addresses the complex features of Jewish peoplehood and the contemporary challenges […]
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 […]
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 […]