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UPDATED JUNE 22, 2020: Shavua Tov and Chodesh Tov! As we begin a new week and the new Hebrew month of Tammuz, we hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and have plentiful opportunities for joy and gratitude. As a preventative measure, for the foreseeable future, we are suspending in-person morning minyan meetings (Tuesdays and Fridays) @ 8:00. All prayer services (and many wonderful classes!) continue on the Zoom platform. At this time as well, we are not considering opening for in-person Shabbat services. We will provide an update after 4 July.
We will continue to operate our Shabbat to Go meals and our CAA Gift Shop curbside pickup/online orders. Please continue to find us online.
May we be blessed with patience and fortitude as we strive to serve our sacred community.
UPDATED APRIL 28, 2020: As we continue to monitor the directives of government and heed the recommendations of the scientific community, including the CDC, Congregation Agudas Achim announces that our administrative offices will continue to be closed through Sunday, May 31st.
All services and learning will continue to be online.
While the sacred work of CAA is deemed essential, we will gather again only when it is more generally deemed safe to do so. We are proud of our Virtual CAA offerings and we hope that you will continue to take advantage of the many opportunities for praying, learning, wellness, singing, and reflection that our platform provides.
We recommend taking continued precautions when venturing outside — including physical distancing protocols, sanitation, and use of personal protection equipment (PPE). It is imperative that we remain safe — so we may care for ourselves and also protect those at risk and vulnerable to this novel coronavirus.
In this time, please consider investing in the Support CAA During Covid-19 Fund