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Upcoming Events

2/17 – Jewish Veg D’var Torah
2/18 “Cook Like a Babushka “
2/18 & 2/19 – Membership Directory photo sessions
2/19 – Shul office closed in observance of Presidents’ Day
2/24 – Breakfast w/the Rabbi, 9 am
2/26 – Rabbi Levine’s Dinner Club for 6th-8th graders
2/27 – Board Meeting
2/28 – Purim Party & Megillah Reading
3/2 JoLT Dinner (open to the congregation)
3/6 – Jewish Lunch Club @ Bexley Middle School
3/9 – Have Agudas Shabbas
3/11 – Yom HaShoah candle packing; Minyannaires March Madness Italian Dinner
3/12 – Membership Discussion
4/1 – CSA Early Bird discount deadline
4/9 – Brotherhood Camp Scholarship deadline

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About Agudas Achim

Agudas Achim’s Core Values

Agudas Achim aspires to be a traditional, egalitarian, friendly and participatory congregation.

Traditional – seeking meaning in Jewish tradition, and building on that tradition to create meaning for ourselves. Our members are inspired by traditions that connect us with our congregation’s history and with other Jews around the world.

Egalitarian – supporting and encouraging our members, in all their diversity, to participate fully in synagogue life.

Friendly – welcoming each person who appears before us, whether a traveler at morning minyan, a non-Jewish family member, a homeless person at kiddush, etc. We are a warm, close-knit, child-friendly community.

Participatory – engaging members so every member contributes, everyone is needed and everyone feels valued. We recognize our differences create opportunities for, rather than barriers to participation.

2767 E. Broad St.
Bexley, OH 43209
614-237-2747
info@agudasachim.org

Services

Weekday morning Minyan is at 7:00 am. Sunday morning Minyan begins at 9:00 am. Call the shul office for the schedule of weekday evening Minyans.

SHABBAT WORSHIP SCHEDULE FOR
FEBRUARY 2018

Saturday, February 17- Parashat Terumah
Shabbat Services begin at 9:00 am
Babysitting is available at 10:00 am
Woodchoppers is at 4:45 pm
Havdalah is at 6:52 pm

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