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Happy New Decade! WE are all an integral part of our congregation needed to keep the light strong (and the lights on)! Please join us or update your information with the
New & Returning Membership Welcome packets for 2020 ~ 5780, or contact the office to speak with the Rabbi or a Board member. We have a flexible dues structure so everyone can be part of our community.
You are invited! “Warm & Welcoming Soup Supper” and Kabbalat Shabbat Services – Friday, Jan. 31, 6:00-8:00 p.m. A favorite Beit Ahavah winter tradition.
RSVP and/or sign up to bring a pot of your favorite warm veggie soup: https://forms.gle/rFkoSuvnKTRQpRjD7
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!
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