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Congregation Ahavath Achim Tour - The Breman Museum

Historic Jewish Atlanta Tour: Congregation Ahavath Achim
Jan 20 2016 | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Historic Jewish Atlanta Tour: Congregation Ahavath Achim

Experience History at its Source!

Join us for our next Historic Jewish Atlanta Tours at Congregation Ahavath Achim! Founded in 1887, Congregation Ahavath Achim (Congregation of Brotherly Love) brought together recent Eastern European Jewish immigrants who wanted to practice Orthodox Judaism in Atlanta. Explore the 130 year history behind the Congregation while touring the inside of the present-day Synagogue, with its beautiful Ark and stained glass windows, designed by Israeli artist Perle Pelzig. Discover how a handful of congregants grew and the Congregation of Brotherly Love became one of the most important orthodox houses of worship in the South.

Meet at the Ahavath Achim Synagogue, located at 600 Peachtree Battle Ave NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30327.

Schedule:

10 AM: Welcome and Nosh
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Tour

Tickets:

FREE for members
$10 / non-members

To register for this event, please RSVP by calling the Breman at 678.222.3700.


 

This Tour is Presented In partnership with Congregation Ahavath Achim.


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