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Observe uplifting High Holydays with Beit Ahavah this year:

The joyous High Holydays come early this year! Our vibrant Reform congregation invites you to celebrate with us for the upcoming Jewish New Year for Rosh Hashanah (September 9-10), Yom Kippur (September 19-20) and the fall festivals and holidays.  Our doors are wide open, welcoming everyone this High Holyday season and throughout the year.  

Letter of Invitation to the Beit Ahavah Community and Friends

Printable High Holy Days Schedule (PDF)


Congratulations and welcome to our new Board Members!

Aline LaBorwit Davis, Co-President
Lois Peirent
, Vice President
Karen Adelman
, Treasurer
Robert Harris
, Immediate Past President
Elias Bergman
Heather Deirdre
Helen Fantini
Geoff Friedman
Rachel Goldberg
Ronnie Rom
Morgan Terres  


Sunday, June 17 to Wednesday, August 1 – Rabbi away. Please contact the office with any questions or if you have any and we will connect you with the president or other lay leader to help.  Our Office Manager Naomi keeps her regular hours over the summer (M, W 9-1 and T, Th 9-2), at info@beitahavah.org and 413-587-3770.  If it is an urgent rabbinic matter, please contact the president.  Services are lay-led in July and held jointly with Congregation B’nai Israel (see calendar).  Have a happy summer!


See information about joining and supporting our community today

Learn more about Membership and download our
2018-2019 Membership Packet.

Rabbi Riqi’s 10 Year Anniversary! 

View Rabbi Riqi’s 10-Year Anniversary Tribute Book, May 12, 2017.
Mazel tov and thank you for your generous support!


In The News

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