CAA’s COVID-19 updates: March 19th

In this letter: Notes from the Rabbi and the office, some links to check out, and a list of details for upcoming service news, etc. Please don’t skip the DETAILS YOU SHOULD KNOW section at the end!  –Thanks   From Rabbi Eichenholtz:   Shabbat...

COVID-19 Weekly updates: March 17

A message from CAA’s President: Dear Congregation Agudat Achim Family,   As everyone knows, the unprecedented situation with the Coronavirus has caused major disruptions to our everyday lives. As of this letter, per Governor Baker’s ban, all public schools...

CAA’s COVID-19 response: A message from our Principal

Dear Agudat Achim Religious School Families,   I am writing to inform you that after careful consideration and conversation between myself, Rabbi Eichenholtz, President Scott Zibel and School Committee Chair Steve Weedon, we have decided to suspend religious...

MARCH 2020 Bulletin

בס״ד Rabbi Eichenholtz’s Message: If you came by synagogue on Tuesday, you would have seen me in a funny headband, with bright colored streamers, because it was Rosh Hodesh, the beginning of the Hebrew month of Adar.  The month in which we celebrate Purim is...

FEBRUARY 2020 Bulletin

בס״ד Rabbi Eichenholtz’s Message: One of the best things about Judaism is how we exist in community.  As an old camp song says “you’re never alone when you say you’re a Jew.”  This is no more evident than in times of need, sorrow and joy.  There is a...

JANUARY 2020 Bulletin

  בס״ד Rabbi Eichenholtz’s Message:   It’s time!  That magical point of the year when I do the only truly secular thing I do all year.  On December 31st, I’ll countdown, I’ll celebrate, I’ll toast (I probably won’t wear a silly hat or glasses or...

DECEMBER 2019 Bulletin

  בס״ד Rabbi Eichenholtz’s Message: “Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah, come light the menorah, let’s have a party, we’ll all dance the hora, gather round the table, will give you a treat, sevivon to play with and latkes to eat…” ...

NOVEMBER 2019 Bulletin

בס״ד Rabbi Eichenholtz’s Message: We have just begun the Hebrew month of Cheshvan, favorite among clergy, and worship committees in synagogues worldwide.  Why? Because Cheshvan has no holidays.  There is absolutely nothing special about this...

OCTOBER 2019 Bulletin

בס״ד Rabbi Eichenholtz’s Message: On Rosh Hashanah, we spend a lot of time with Abraham and Sarah, their home and family.  The Torah readings on both days of the New Year focus on their stories-on the first day with the promise of Sarah’s pregnancy, and...

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