CAA Sisterhood is a mix of women from all age groups who have formed lifelong bonds by not only being members of CAA, but also by empowering them to run an organization. Learn more.
This is not your Father’s Men’s Club! We get involved with projects that are needed around the congregation and the community. We invite your participation and support. Learn more.
Our underlying goals are kept in mind when planning programs: make new friends, renew friendships, and enrich synagogue life. Programs adhere to the “three E’s”: entertainment, education, and of course eating. HAZAK programs have been varied, and the response has been remarkably enthusiastic. Our program for those 55 and over has gained national attention. Learn More.
A community of peers is a unique gift, no matter how old or young a person is. We are pleased to offer youth groups to provide Jewish community and leadership development outside of the classroom for both our middle school and high school students. Click here for more info. Learn More.
Congregation Agudas Achim re-envisioned young professional’s group. We are in our 20s and 30s, looking to connect with our tradition and with one another. Together (“Yachad” in Hebrew), we find meaningful ways to explore and experience Judaism – whether that be in a coffee shop, someone’s home, nature, or synagogue. Learn more.