Beth Ahabah Happenings

Congregation Beth Ahabah has celebrated many milestones in May – including its 233rd year! On May 13, the congregation held its first in-person Annual Meeting...

Beth Ahabah Happenings 

Early spring has been a busy time for young adults in the Jewish community! In March, Beth Ahabah’s Young Adult Community Kibbitz (YACK) offered a...

Chai Lights opens

The Beth Ahabah Museum and Archives has opened its newest exhibit, Chai Lights. The exhibit includes a variety of portraits, textiles, photographs, religious objects and...

The Last Cyclist: May 1

The Last Cyclist, written in Terezin during the Holocaust, will be performed by Weinstein JCC’s Jewish Family Theatre on Sunday, May 1, 2 p.m.,...

Beth Ahabah Happenings

As Spring arrived, Beth Ahabah was busy planning for and celebrating the “Medium” Holy Days. With COVID restrictions eased, the season kicked off with the...

The Cohen Company

By Terry Schultz and William Obrochta (with William B. Thalhimer, III) The Beth Ahabah Museum and Archives’ upcoming exhibit, Chai Lights, focuses on 18...

The Maccabi Games

By Terry Schultz The Beth Ahabah Museum and Archives’ upcoming exhibit, Chai Lights, focuses on 18 stories from the museum’s collections. One of these is...

Beth Ahabah Happenings

Hidden Treasure One part of the inhouse written Religious School curriculum this year at Congregation Beth Ahabah is Ritual Objects. The Beth Ahabah Museum and Archives...

How to celebrate Purim Katan

  By Rabbi Scott Nagel The Sophia and Nathan Gumenick Senior Rabbi, Congregation Beth Ahabah It is the month of February in the Gregorian calendar, and you...

A full Fall at Congregation Beth Ahabah

Fall was busy at Congregation Beth Ahabah. We are three months into the second year of our written in-house religious school curriculum and this year’s...