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Congregation Agudas Achim is a sacred community committed to the egalitarian traditions and ideals of Conservative Judaism. We are guided by the principles of Torah (study), Avodah (meaningful worship), and Gemilut Chasidim (acts of loving-kindness). We strive to connect each generation with the values and principles of our Jewish past, the moral/ethical demands of the present, and the energy to build for a Jewish tomorrow.


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Warmest of Welcomes to the Dodge Family’s Newest Addition!

We are overjoyed to extend our warmest congratulations to Ricky and Jennifer Dodge, who on Sunday, June 12th, named their son Ryan Samuel (in Hebrew: Yitel Shlomo Ben Sarah) in the loving honor and memory of his great grandfather, Jerome Samuel Karren. Affectionately known as Jerry, and devoted husband to Marilyn Karren, he is remembered most dearly by all those who knew and loved him. 

Ryan Samuel’s naming ceremony was an emotional and sentimental affair, marked by the blowing of the Shofar by Amir Arad - a legendary tribute to the ancient ritual of blowing the Shofar to announce triumphs, and other notable occasions.

We thank G-d for Ryan Samuel’s safe, healthy and happy arrival into this world, and we wish Jennifer and Ricky our sincerest blessings for all the exciting milestones to come for their little one. Mazal Tov!

Heintz Preschool Spotlight: Red Bird Graduation

Congratulations to our Red Bird Graduating Class of 2022!

The HPS Shabbat morning service began with the Red Birds entering in their caps and gowns, followed by them helping in leading the service for the rest of the school and parents. Interim Preschool Director, April Smith, conducted the ceremony with Rabbi Rikki giving the opening remarks. 

Thank you to Ms. Marcy for all your years of dedication and love! 

Event Spotlight: Celebrating Israel

We had such a great time learning and dancing this Tuesday night at our Celebrate Israel night! Rabbi Rikki Arad taught us all about the history of Yom Hazikaron and Yom Ha'azmaut, how the holidays are observed and celebrated, as well as how Hebrew became the official national language of Israel. Then we were joined by Raphi Sonsino who showed us some exciting Israeli dances! We had a great turnout with lots of learning, laughing, dancing, and of course - eating some Israeli food! Thank you to everyone who joined us, and we hope you'll all join us again soon for more exciting events.


COVID-19 Protocols

The synagogue is open in-person on Friday night for Shabbat services and for Saturday morning services. All services can be watched on live stream by clicking here.

Masks are encouraged and welcome, but not required. Your health and safety are our primary concerns and we look forward to seeing you in person.


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Sun, September 25 2022 29 Elul 5782