600 Peachtree Battle Ave. NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30327


What do I get for my membership dues?

A lot! You get a sacred community made up of caring clergy, staff and synagogue members to support you through life's challenges and to celebrate your blessings with you. You get a community of friends to learn with, struggle with and grow with. You will be celebrated for your accomplishments and challenged to improve yourself and your world. You will be a part of Jewish history in Atlanta that spans three centuries and you will have a say in the synagogue's future. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are supporting the continuation of Jewish life in Atlanta, and in the world. Please link here for ways to get involved at AA.

What's the process for joining AA?

It's easy.  Director of Membership, Jocelyn Ozan will be your guide. She'll answer your questions about AA, take you on a tour of our beautiful facility and explain membership requirements. She will introduce you to the clergy and make arrangements for committee chair people to reach out so you are able to get involved. Jocelyn can be reached at 404.603.5755 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Buddy-Up Program... Get Connected!

Members and Shul-Shoppers are invited to sign-up and Buddy-up through our program that will match you with like-minded members committed to making Kehillah Kedosha … a sacred community. Sign-up @ www.AASynagogue.org/Buddyup.

What if I can't afford membership?

No one is turned away for financial reasons. Special new first-time membership programs are available. The Barry & Lynn Prusin Membership Fund for financial assistance is also available for new members effective July 1, 2012.

Do I receive High Holy Day tickets with membership?

Yes! For full synagogue membership, excluding Associate Members, couples receive two adult tickets and single members receive one adult ticket (children under the age of Bar/Bat Mitzvah are admitted without tickets when accompanied by a parent).

 What if I'm in an interfaith family?

Quite a few of our families are intermarried. If you are committed to having a Jewish family life and want a synagogue to support that choice through education, celebration and a warm, inclusive sense of community, you've come to the right place.