Wednesday, March 20 at 7:00 am
Come for nosh (hamantashen) & drinks, followed by Purim trivia and a costume contest w/awesome prizes!
Maariv & Megillah reading will begin at 8 pm.
Thursday, March 14 from 6:30-9:00 pm at Agudas Achim
Join congregations across Central Ohio in a scripture study centered on God’s call for us to “do justice” as related in scriptures such as Micah 6:8 and Matthew 23:23!
This scripture study is sponsored by the BREAD Clergy Caucus. BREAD is a coalition on congregations in Franklin County, OH. It is a justice ministry organization that provides congregations with a powerful vehicle to meet the justice mandate and address serious community problems.
For more information and to RSVP, call the BREAD office at 614-220-9363.
Are you interested in learning how to read Hebrew?
Join Zilla Loon on Tuesday nights from 6:00-7:00 pm at Agudas!
Class begins on Tuesday, March 12 from 6-7 pm.
Zilla Loon has K-8 teaching certification from the State of Israel. She began her career as an educator in the Israeli army when she was chosen to be a teacher to Druze soldiers and to soldiers who arrived in the army with weak Judaic backgrounds.
Zilla has also earned her BA in Philosophy & Hebrew literature, and certification for teaching high school from Tel Aviv University in Israel.
She received her MA in Education from The Ohio State University, and has since been teaching at Agudas Achim, OSU, Columbus Torah Academy, Temple Israel, and Congregation Tifereth Israel.
Contact Naomi at the shul office for more information, 614-237-2747.
Upcoming dates: March 11 & 25th at 6:30pm
Get your Mahj sets out and join with the others for a fun evening of play!
RSVP to email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) to confirm that you will be there!
Saturday, March 9 at 10:30 am
Our program will be Purim-themed so you and/or your children are welcome to come in costume if you’d like!
We will sing, pray, move, learn sign language, and much more! A lite snack will be provided for the children during the service.
Saturday, March 9 at 9 am, taught by Leah Weintraub in the conference room
Questions answered: Amidah or Shmoneh Esrei? Why do we sometimes repeat?