Sunday, September 24 at 10:30 am at New Agudas Achim Cemetery
Kever Avot is a brief, dignified service held at Jewish cemeteries between Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur in order to fulfill the custom of paying homage to one’s ancestors at this holy time of the year.
Following the service, Rabbi Levine will be available to recite graveside prayers at the request of those attending.
Sunday, April 9, 5:15-7 pm
Hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, chicken, and more!
Cost: $11.50/adult; $6/child (10 and under); Under 3 Free; $35/family cap
RSVP by April 4 to email@example.com
Kids will receive a small gift that can be used at the Passover seder.
Sunday, April 2, 3:00-4:30 pm
Tea, scones, relaxing music and schmoozing with your friends.
Dress up, don a hat (if you wish)! Just like the English and our Southern ladies often do. A delightful time to get away and do something for yourself!
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3/29.
Saturday, April 1
Matan A. Koch’s lifelong history of disability advocacy began at age four with a presentation to several hundred young people, continued with a term as the president of Yale University’s student disabilities community, and reached its most recent high point with his appointment by President Barack Obama to the National Council on Disability, for a term which concluded in 2014.
Shabbat morning D’var Torah – “A Conversation on Universal Inclusion” with Matan Koch. What does it mean to be inclusive? Why do we include? Who do we include? How do we include? We will hear some thoughts on these questions from Inclusion Consultant Matan Koch, and then explore together the next steps of an inclusion journey at Agudas Achim.
Shabbat afternoon Woodchoppers Talmud Study (6:00 pm) – “The Jewish Roots of
Inclusion: Were the Talmudic Rabbis Inclusive?” We often think of the idea of including those who are different as modern, a humanist interpretation overlaying our ancient
radition. In this study, we challenge that assumption, exploring a famous Rabbinic exchange which gives us precious insight into the way our sages thought about inclusion, and helps us explore the sometimes artificial distinction between “Jewish” and “Modern”.
Made possible by funding from the Rabbi Kalman London Scholar in Residence Fund of the
Columbus Jewish Foundation.
Friday, March 31
Join us for Cocktails for Kabbalat Shabbat, Kabbalat Shabbat services, and a delicious Shabbat meal. This evening is family-friendly; all the festivities begin at 6:00 pm.
Cost for dinner: $10/adult; $5/child (10 & under); $25/Family cap
RSVPs must be in by March 28. After this date, all costs will increase by $5, NO EXCEPTIONS! RSVP to Bobbie at 614-237-2747 x22, or email@example.com.
Sunday, March 26
Snacks at 5:30 pm; Minyan at 5:45 pm; and a delicious Italian dinner to follow.
$10 for the entire family!
Games & coloring for the kids! RSVP no later than 3/22 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brotherhood members will box the Yom Hashoah Yellow Candles, beginning at 4:00 pm.
Wednesday, September 30 at 5:00 pm
Sponsored by the Agudas Achim Brotherhood
Featuring music by Ruvane
Although there is no charge, please RSVP so we know how much pizza to prepare!
RSVP to Naomi at 237-2747 x17 or email@example.com by September 24 to secure your slice!
Rain or shine!