To celebrate Hanukkah, AJ President Judy Stutman Izes and AJ Vice President Howard Levin will put their reputations on the line when they compete to make the best potato latke!
On Saturday, December 28, celebrate the seventh night of Hanukkah at AJ beginning with Minhah-Ma'ariv-Havdalah at 4:25 PM. After the service, enjoy light hors d'oeuvres. The first hot, sumptuous latkes will be ready for tasting by 6:00 PM!
Bring your family and friends to help celebrate Simhat Torah. Hors d'ouevres, caramel apples, music, and dancing! Services will begin at 6:00, followed by the Family Hakafot (procession and dancing with the Torah).
The entire congregation is invited to join us as we prepare for Sukkot together. We’ll congregate in the sukkah and eat, schmooze and hang decorations. Bring the kids and any decorations that you’d like to contribute (original artwork encouraged). Begins at 12:30 PM. No RSVP necessary. Proudly sponsored by the AJWA Sisterhood.
Unplug from a busy week with an acoustic Shabbat service led by Hazzan Howard Glantz with familiar tunes that will put a smile on your face and a song in your heart. For all ages, from babies to bubbies. Bring your friends for this relaxed, casual, and enjoyable service! Then stay for Oneg Shabbat (lite dinner bites and gathering with friends). 6:15 PM