Beth Ahabah reopening plans

Like the rest of the local area, Congregation Beth Ahabah is cautiously reopening for in person gatherings. At the beginning of June, the entire...

Passover 2021 – Rabbi Reflections Congregation Beth Ahabah and Congregation Brith...

From our Seder table(s) to yours, wishing you a zissen (sweet) Pesach. We hope you enjoy our video, as much as we enjoy making...

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...

Beth Ahabah happenings

Fifteen months into the pandemic, and like all organizations, Congregation Beth Ahabah has adapted to a virtual world. An army of volunteers has made multiple...

Beth Ahabah Happenings – January

As the pandemic continued into the winter, so did Congregation Beth Ahabah’s programming. Education, for children as well at adults, continued uninterrupted. Religious school teachers...

Richmond Beth-El Cemetery Company: Interfaith Expansion Section Update

The Board of Directors of Richmond Beth-El Cemetery Company, Inc., would like to give the Richmond Jewish community an update on the expansion to...

Beth Ahabah happenings – February

On Friday, Jan. 15, to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, Beth Ahabah Clergy – Rabbi Scott Nagel and Cantor Sarah Beck-Berman – and...

Judaism is in the air at summer camp

By Rabbi Scott Nagel The Sophia and Nathan Gumenick Senior Rabbi at Congregation Beth Ahabah Every summer I return to my youth, spending two weeks...

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...

Violins of Hope Concert at Beth Ahabah: Oct. 17

On Oct. 17, at 5:30 p.m., Violins of Hope Richmond will present a special concert at Congregation Beth Ahabah with the Virginia Holocaust Museum. It...