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Shabbat at AI

Join the AI family for a full Shabbat experience every week.

Welcome and join the Agudath Israel community - In prayer, in study and in acts of kindness.

As Abraham and Sarah kept the walls of their tent open so travelers could easily enter, at Agudath Israel we open our 'tent' to all interested in Judaism and help people find a comfortable and challenging place inside.

We value the wisdom and inspiration of Jewish tradition, but recognize the need for ongoing change within the parameters of the Conservative movement. Our members come from diverse religious backgrounds. Our programs and services for adults and children are rich and varied. Men and women participate equally in all aspects of the synagogue.More about us

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Scholar in Residence with Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl, May 16/17


Explore the biblical and rabbinic roots of our way of life according to the Weekly Parshah (Torah portion.) 

Parsha Parah - The Dietary Laws

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Mar19
Message from Cantor Aptowitzer
Dearest Friends, Now that we are almost settled in the beautiful retirement village called Protea Hills in Shoresh, which is twenty minutes drive outside of Jerusalem, we want to express our heartfelt thanks for the beautiful reception before our Aliyah to Israel.       It was not easy for us to say good-bye to a wonderful congregation with whom we grew up and with whom we had such wonderful relationships for the past 62 years. The beautiful albums and such heartfelt mes...
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Mar13
Update from Rabbi and Chevy Fine
11 Adar 2 5774 Taanit Esther-Fast of Esther   Dear Family and Friends,   We have been citizens of the State of Israel for six months now. The time has passed so very quickly and so much has happened in this past half year. For the Fines of Netanya it has been a period of learning, integrating, challenging and being challenged. We have voted in our first Israeli election for the city council and the mayor of this wonderful city. She was re elected with a huge majority, with a broad...
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Service Schedule

Pesach 5774

Thursday, April 17- Pesach Day 3

Shaharit 7:15 am Mincha 6:00 pm

Friday  April 18- Pesach Day 4

Shaharit 8:30 am  Kabbalat Shabbat 6:15 pm Candlelighting 7:34 pm

Shabbat April 19 Pesach Day 5

Shaharit 8:45 am Mincha 7:10 pm Shabbat Ends 8:40 pm

Sunday April 20 Pesach Day 6

Shaharit 8:30 am Mincha 6:15 pm Candlelighting 7:36 pm

Monday April 21 Pesach Day 7

Shaharit 8:45 am Mincha 7:45 pm Candlelighting 8:43 pm

Tuesday April 22 Pesach Day 8

Shaharit 8:45 am (Yizkor)  Mincha 7:35 pm Holiday ends 8:44 pm

Friday April 25 Kabbalat Shabbat 6:00 pm Candlelighting 7:43 pm

Shabbat April 26

 Shaharit 8:45 am Mincha 7:20 pm  Shabbat ends 8:50 pm

 

 

Tot Shabbat

April 19 at 10:30 a.m.


Weekday Services:

Monday - Friday

●  7:30 a.m.*  and 6:00 p.m. (Mon-Thurs)

 *15 minutes earlier on Rosh Chodesh



Sunday & Statutory Holidays

●8:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
15 minutes earlier on Rosh Chodesh