Special Friday Night Service, Jan. 30: Health Needs in Haiti and How We Can Help

We invite everyone to come to a special Shabbat service this Friday night, January 30, 7:30-9 p.m., sponsored by Beit Ahavah’s Tzedek Tzedek (social justice) committee. Beit Ahavah’s long-time members Lucy Garbus and David Slack will present their passionate work through sharing and photographs, as part of Haiti Marycare, an organization that addresses the health issues in Haiti, focusing on […]

Wrestling with Judaism—by Lena Sclove

Many of us question how to integrate ancient religious practices into our modern, pluralistic lives.  It can be both a struggle and an inspiring journey. Reform Judaism encourages us to take this journey and think about what it means to “introduce innovation” to Judaism while “preserving tradition.” There is much to discuss on this topic as Lena Sclove writes about […]

Warm the Night and Nourish the Soul

Welcome to Beit Ahavah’s community blog.  Our leadership, community members and Rabbi Riqi Kosovske (named as one of Massachusetts Jewish Ledger’s “movers and shakers” in 2014)  will use this forum to highlight upcoming events and to provide reflections and ideas about our synagogue, our community…and yes, even about the world! To get started, we invite everyone to come in from […]