Congregation Ahavat Olam’s High Holy Days in-person services are reserved for our registered members and their guests. However, we happily welcome non-affiliated members, and their guests to join us via Zoom. Sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page to receive more information about this and other Congregation Ahavat Olam news. Toda!
Congregation Ahavat Olam, a new non-affiliated Jewish house of worship opens to the Merrimack Valley and surrounding community.
The members of Congregation Ahavat Olam “Share one Judaism, one God, one Torah, and one Family.”
Congregation Ahavat Olam is led by Rabbi Idan Irelander, a beloved spiritual leader, and multi-talented musician. “Congregation Ahavat Olam is a place where individuals and families will find a home filled with the spirit of “Eternal Love” (in Hebrew “Ahavat Olam),” says Rabbi Idan.
The very definition of Ahavat Olam is Everlasting Love, but also a prayer that acknowledges God’s timeless love toward Israel and all people. Ahavat Olam is a phrase that calls us to action, to love all humankind, and this fully captures the vision, practice, and essence of Congregation Ahavat Olam. Our name, Congregation Ahavat Olam, is not just a name, it is our philosophy for being ‘Everlasting Love’ is an integral part of who we are as a community and our responsibility to that end.
...is a welcoming and inclusive synagogue, proudly rooted in Jewish history and identity, open to different backgrounds and every point of view. We come together to learn, celebrate and worship, honoring and accepting each other. Our spiritual, cultural, and intellectual journeys lead us to Ahavat Olam. Our community extends well beyond our walls. Our values of justice, acceptance, education, and inspiration are tools that guide us through the neighborhoods where we live and beyond.