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Agudas Achim is a community built on covenantal relationships. Each and every day we elevate and nourish our minds and souls while building a sacred community. We care about each other, we care about social justice, we care about Israel, and we care about YOU.

Vote in World Zionist Congress Election

American Jews can vote for the Jewish future in Israel and around the world, now until March 11. Vote MERCAZ, the Conservative Movement slate #6, for pluralism, democracy, and equality to build a strong and vibrant Israel.

Our Sanctuary

Our sanctuary is a warm and welcoming space for worship that reflects our rich history and core values.


Our child-centered program introduces Jewish values and traditions in a play-based environment.

Religious School

AAC's Religious School is focused on providing a diverse and enriching Jewish curriculum to students in grades K-12.

Lifelong Learning

One of our core values is to provide enriching lifelong learning experiences for all our members.

Men's Club Shabbat

Saturday, March 7 | 9:30 a.m.
   Celebrate Shabbat with the Agudas Achim Men's Club. Pray and learn with men of all ages, from teens who will read Torah to others who will lead parts of the service and share words of Torah.

Purim Carnival

Sunday, March 8 | 11:30 a.m.    
   Fun for all, the Sisterhood Purim Carnival opens at 11:30 a.m. for the community; special preview and play hour for children ages 0-5, 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 
   Tickets available online or at the door: all-you-can-play wristband, single game tickets, and meal tickets (hot dogs and falafel).
   Volunteers needed: Run a game, give prizes, sell tickets, serve food. Sign up here here to volunteer. 
   Questions?  Contact us or call the office, 703-998-6460.

Our Values, Our Aspirations: A Jewish Communal Conversation With Yossi Klein Halevi

Thursday, March 12 | 7 p.m.-9 p.m. | Cohen Sanctuary
Dessert reception to follow. Dietary laws observed.

An Israeli Writer Reaches Out to Palestinians

Last year, Jerusalem writer Yossi Klein Halevi published his New York Times bestselling book, Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor, which seeks to explain Israel and Zionism to Palestinians and others in the Arab world. The book was translated into Arabic and offered for free download. The result has been surprising openings and a new dialogue over competing narratives.

Register for the free lecture.

Questions? Email Jennifer Raskas or call her at 301-578-6610.

Yossi Klein Halevi, Senior Research Fellow and Co-Director of Muslim Leadership Initiative, Shalom Hartman Institute

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Life Cycle Events

Let us know when you experience a life cycle event and find out whom to contact so we can support you.

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