At Congregation Ahavat Olam we offer a variety of vibrant programs and activities for members of all ages, in addition to our ruach-filled (spiritual) services. We have carefully constructed our Congregation to provide opportunities for all of our members to be as involved as they wish. We hope to empower our youth and introduce them to opportunities to grow, develop, and shine through leadership roles.
We share one Judaism, one God, one Torah, and one family
Congregation Ahavat Olam 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.
Being there for the OYS and JOYS…
The Ahavat Olam Caring Committee is focused on compassion and care for one another, much like the congregation’s promise. Its purpose is to support congregants who need a little assistance during challenging times by connecting them with a helping hand.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead
Congregation Ahavat Olam is ready and willing to heed that call.
Congregation Ahavat Olam plans to send a group of 15-20 volunteers on the first Sunday of every month for the DINNER SHIFT: 4-7 PM to Cor Unum in Lawrence.
A shoutout to Liat Moritz, one of Congregation Ahavat Olam’s youth members, as it is she who has encouraged us to do the Mitzvah of feeding those with food insecurity. #YouthRocks
Congregation Ahavat Olam is an all-inclusive congregation with a robustly social and interactive membership. As such, closing our events, services, or ceremonies with an Oneg is a very special way to not only conclude our gatherings but also help to foster the unity of our community.
Please reach out to Lois Sideman if interested in sponsoring an Oneg.