A Taste of Judaism® for All Exploration, Learning, and Welcoming the...

Congregation Beth Ahabah is pleased to be offering the Union for Reform Judaism’s A Taste of Judaism® program, which is a 3-week course FREE...

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

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...

Beth Ahabah Happenings

Beth Ahabah restoration to be featured in webinar In November of 2020, the executive director of The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design was perusing...

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...

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...

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...

Special Family Hanukkah Story and Song Concert

Congregation Beth Ahabah looks forward to hosting the City Singers Youth Choirs who will present an All-of-a-Kind-Family Hanukkah-A Wintery Mix of Story and Song...

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...

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...