Erev Shabbat Service this Friday night, January 11 at 6:30 p.m.

Congregation Ahavat Olam is a Reform congregation where families, singles, couples, interfaith, young and old, all feel included and welcomed.

Congregation Ahavat Olam invites you to their engaging, spiritual, musical and participatory services, in an intimate setting in Deerfield, led by Rabbinic student/Cantor Nancy Diamond Landsman. Membership is not required to attend Shabbat services, so consider treating yourself to an hour of spirituality with people just like you. The monthly Shabbat services are unique and creative, where everyone is invited to participate in ways that are meaningful to them.

Monthly Shabbat services (on the 2nd Friday of each month at 6:30 p.m.) are held at Christ United Methodist Church at 600 Deerfield Rd., just one block east of Waukegan Rd.

For questions about the congregation email ahavat-olam@hotmail.com or Cantor Landsman at NDLandsman@gmail.com.

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Chris Antonson January 09, 2013 at 03:36 PM
This is a great service! I will be there!


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