Adult Living and Learning | AAdults Social Group

aadultslogo This programming encompass diverse activities that foster social, spiritual, and personal growth with the goal of inspiring participants to forge a stronger connection to their faith, the synagogue, and the community.  

 

 

Beit Aharon (The Goodman Institute)

The Goodman Institute (established in 2002) makes it possible for every member of the AA community to travel his/her own path to Jewish learning. We offer a wide variety of programs (mostly free of charge) designed to serve the needs of beginning learners, advanced learners and everyone in between. Our scope includes the fundamental texts of Conservative Judaism, Jewish history, Zionism and Israel, religious beliefs, practices and rituals, Jewish philosophy, Hebrew language and all aspects of Jewish culture, including literature, music, art and drama. View Schedule.

 

Ahava Prime Timers (Ahava Luncheon)

Our name and social time have changed to reflect an expanded format that is open to all ages. We may have winter in our hair, but we have spring in our hearts and rhythm in our hands and feet! This social group meets the second Wednesday of the month from September through June. Beginning at 11:30AM we gather for hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Then at 12:00 noon share a buffet-style luncheon and dessert while enjoying lively and exciting entertainment. We will celebrate birthdays with our Prime-Time friends and door-prize suspense before we say ‘so long’ until next month. Please RSVP to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it |404.355.5222. The cost of the luncheon and entertainment is still only $5.00; payable at the door.

Bring joy to yourself and others… add Ahava to your social network. Who knows… you may just meet your match! So join us and bring your friends. Ahava Prime-Timers' programs are supported by generous donations from our members through the Dr. I. Jay Knopf Ahava Fund.

May 22 | Join us for a “never before seen at AA” performance by children of the Suzuki School. You won’t want to miss it!
June 12 | To be announced

 

Social Action

Social Action at AA reaches into many areas of metro Atlanta and beyond and offers opportunities to get involved as individuals and families. Visit our social action page for more information, click here.

 

Sisterhood

Celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2010, Ahavath Achim Sisterhood  is a  part of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism which is dedicated to the creation of a vibrant American Jewish community that nurtures the individual, the family and the community with the values of Jewish tradition. Z'havah is our Sisterhood arm for women in their 20s, 30s, and young 40s. For more information, click here.

 

Cultural Arts

The Cultural Arts Committee produces and presents (view page) classical music recitals and concerts in the synagogue. Concerts are normally scheduled for Sunday afternoons, and are open to the public. No tickets are required for admission, and there is no set admission charge; $20.00 donations are suggested, paid either on admission, or by donation to the Al Davis Cultural Arts Fund. Volunteers to help with programming, publicity, making and printing programs, ushering, and event management are always welcomed. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

pathways

Pathways: The Interfaith Family Network of Greater Atlanta

AA is an active participant in this community-wide partnership which serves as the local umbrella organization that brings together a full range of programming for interfaith families and couples. Click logo at right to view calendar of programming for Jewish learning designed especially for you.

“Pathways” is a NEW community-wide partnership of the Marcus JCC; local synagogues; and several national organizations devoted to Outreach. We serve as the local umbrella organization that brings together a full complement of programs for interfaith couples and families, whether you are just beginning your journey, newly-married or raising a Jewish family. We can connect you with the array of community and online resources. Programs available include workshops, gatherings, discussion groups, family programs and courses on topics relevant to the life of interfaith couples and families.

 
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