At the High Holiday season, we each spend time looking inwards, examining our personal deeds and resetting our individual compasses to help us turn to a righteous path. So, too, has AA. Thank you for your support and a shared vision.
A Letter From Your President:
Dear Ahavath Achim Community,
In my appeal on Yom Kippur, I quoted the recent remarks that a father in our congregation spoke to his son on the bimah in honor of his Bar Mitzvah:
“It’s about a community. It’s about being a part of something. It’s about knowing where you come from and about where you will choose to go. This synagogue . . . has opened its heart to you. It has showed you where and who you come from. And all it asks of you is that you might one day offer to continue this line to your children.”
Here at Ahavath Achim Synagogue we are creating a “Kehila Kedosha”-a sacred community. We strive to provide our members with a home for meaningful worship, education, life cycle events, and social action. Whether you enjoy our innovative programming, like our recent Bluegrass Shabbat; take a stand on important social justice issues, such as fighting to abolish child sex trafficking through AA Acts; send your children or grandchildren to preschool at our Ahava Early Learning Center; or simply play Mah Jongg here on Sunday mornings, we strive for AA to be a place where you and your family can find meaning and connection.
It is with your help and generosity that our Kehila Kedosha continues to flourish. Each dollar donated makes an immediate impact on the resources and opportunities available to you and to our community. Your generous participation in the Yom Kippur appeal is critical to making a difference in the lives of our families and our community at large.
Please make a gift today by seeing below or calling our offices at 404.355.5222.
I am grateful, and I thank you for your continued support and contribution.
Chag smeach and Shabbat Shalom,
President, Board of Directors