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  • Donate Online | Ahavath Achim Congregation Wichita

    AAC Donation Form To inquire about donating property, please contact Hannah See at Donor First Name Donor Last Name Email Phone Type of Tribute In honor of In memory of On the occasion of In appreciation of On the Yahrzeit of For the synagogue fund for Description of Tribute (e.g. person being honored or remembered, event, synagogue fund, etc...) Would you like your donation to remain anonymous? Yes No Enter the amount you wish to pay: To make your gift go further, please increasing your gift by 3 percent to help cover transaction expenses. $ Billing Address Donate Thank you for your donation!

  • Ways to Give | Ahavath Achim Congregation Wichita

    DONATE There are countless ways to give back. GIVE ONLINE GIVE YOUR TIME GIVE AS YOU PURCHASE Donate with ease to commemorate an event, a loved one, or to simply support our growing community. Get Involved in the many groups and volunteer your time planning events, cooking in our kosher kitchen, participating in our Jewish community school, among other ways to give back Through our AmazonSmile and Dillon's program, giving back to AAC can be done while shopping. Donate Now>> Read More >> Sponsor a Kiddush>> AmazonSmile >> Dillon's Program >>

  • Joan S. Beren Jewish Community School | Ahavath Achim Congregation Wichita

    The Joan S. Beren Jewish Community School Give your child the gift of a Jewish education Donate Our Educational Mission Educating our children about Judaism is one of the most important functions of our community. A strong Jewish education is critical to encouraging our children's love and understanding of Judaism, allowing them the ability to make Jewish life decisions as they grow older, and ensuring that they remain committed to a Jewish life. The Joan S. Beren Jewish Community School (JBJCS) is a joint effort of the two Jewish congregations in Wichita, Ahavath Achim Congregation and Congregation Emanu-El, to provide a broad and comprehensive Jewish education for our children from pre-K through 9th grade. ​ Our Curriculum The JBJCS curriculum includes the study of holidays, prayer, theology, Bible, Hebrew language, Israel, and various aspects of contemporary Jewish life including Jewish thought, values, history, music, and culture. With financial support from the Mid-Kansas Jewish Federation, JBJCS is led by a full-time education director and overseen by a committee comprised of members appointed by the boards of both congregations. ​ The school meets on Sunday mornings for Judaic studies and both Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings for Hebrew. The Joan S. Beren Jewish Community School is a fun, warm, inviting place for our children to learn and to grow as Jews. Our Leadership Jamie Smartt, JBJCS Education Director ​

  • HOME | Ahavath Achim Congregation Wichita

    PROVIDING A MEANINGFUL JEWISH EXPERIENCE THROUGH ALL STAGES OF LIFE AHAVATH ACHIM CONGREGATION Ahavath Achim - אהבת אחים Ahavath Achim, which means brotherly love, has been our name for over 100 years and is the essence of our congregation. Offering a warm and friendly atmosphere, every one of us is family and we meet the needs of all members and their children. While we are a Conservative/Mastorti synagogue, all Jews are welcome, regardless of background or level of observance. Join us for services, become a member, celebrate life cycle events - then you will know what our name really means to us all. ABOUT OUR CONGREGATION With a history spanning over 100 years, our congregation has many members who are third and fourth generation. Many more recent member families and individuals of all ages, from Wichita and other areas of the country, are active in our synagogue. READ MORE >> SERVICES We maintain a robust series of services and classes that are open to the public. Our traditional services in an egalitarian Conservative/Masorti environment emphasize familiar melodies and community involvement. READ MORE >> GET INVOLVED Being involved at AAC means engaging in Jewish living whether that means doing mitzvot, learning, coming to services or simply participating in building community. B y helping create meaningful events or volunteering behind the scenes to keep AAC a vibrant congregation, you can connect with Jewish life at AAC. ​ READ MORE >> Introduction to Judaism Course Dipping in Living Waters Click below to get more information about this exciting course or to sign up. Learn More CONTACT US>> DONATE NOW >> GET INVOLVED>>

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