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Please join us for any of our services or programs.


WED Oct 1, 12 noon - 2pm: Nosh & Drosh Torah Study

FRI Oct 3, 7:00pm doors open: Kol Nidre, Doors will be closed during chanting of Kol Nidre at 7:30pm

SAT Oct 4, 10:00am: Yom Kippur, including Yizkor
                  5:30pm: Neilah, followed by Vegetarian Potluck BreakFast**

**Please see email under Calendar and Events on this website to RSVP for BreakFast

SUN Oct 5, 11:00 am Sukkah Building - Bring the whole family !

WED Oct 8, 12 noon - 2pm: Nosh & Drosh Torah Study


THU Oct 9, 7:00pm: Lecture by on Islam by Dr. Alfred Ivry**
                   Full details are on our website calendar & events

SAT Oct 11, 10:00am: Succot Services and Vegetarian Potluck in Succah

WED Oct 15, 12 noon - 2pm: Nosh & Drosh Torah Study

THU Oct 16, 10:00 a.m.: Yizkor services

FRI Oct 17, 5:30 p.m.:Simchat Torah service followed by Potluck Oneg Shabbat

SUN Oct 19, 10:15 am:Book Group will discuss “The Jewish Justices of the Supreme Court: Brandeis to Fortas.”

TUE Oct 21, 7:00 pm:Professor Irene Goldman-Price leads discussion of “The Angel Levine”

WED Oct 22, 12 noon - 2pm: Nosh & Drosh Torah Study

SUN Oct 26  11 am - 12:30 pm: Jewish History Study Group session 1
SUN Oct 26, 7:00 pm: Movie Minyan

TUE Oct 28, 7:00 pm: Professor Alan Price leads discussion of “The Magic Barrel”

WED Oct 29, 12 noon - 2pm: Nosh & Drosh Torah Study

FRI Oct 31, 5:30 pm: Shabbat services

SAT Nov 1, 10:00 am: Shabbat services






Congregation Ahavath Sholom is a warm and welcoming community, in which people of many backgrounds can come together to worship and explore the richness of the Jewish tradition.

Founded in 1926, Ahavath Sholom is affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist movement and is committed to maintaining the traditional practices and values of Judaism and Jewish life in the context of modernity. Members of Ahavath Sholom are not mere observers but active participants in all aspects of synagogue community life. Guided by our Spiritual Leader, Barbara Cohen, we provide opportunities for our members to grow in knowledge in order to make informed decisions about their personal and religious lives. All are encouraged to choose a level of participation that is comfortable for them.

Weekly Friday night and Saturday morning worship, festival, and High Holy Day services are participatory through congregant involvement in liturgy, Torah, music and discussion. Our prayer book series, Kol Haneshamah, a publication of the Reconstructionist Press, makes worshiping in a meaningful way accessible to all who join us for services.

We invite you to contact us for more information and hope you will visit us soon.


To view our Calendar of Events, please click on the following link:

Ahavath Sholom Calendar