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The Agudas Achim and Ezrath Jewish congregations combined in 2003 to form Congregation Agudas Achim - Ezrath Israel. Temple Agudas Achim-Ezrath Israel also offers programs for men and women and holds Shabbat geared towards children and families.

Message from the Rabbi

Dear Friends,

As I write amidst the snow and ice I feel heartened in the knowledge that springtime will come and that the festival of Passover will help dispel the chill brought on by this winter's blizzards and freezes. We languish now in the doldrums between two celebrations of freedom – the Martin Luther King holiday and the Festival of Passover. Both include commemorations of historic events – especially this year as we mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Selma, led by Dr. King- an event that galvanized the nation and transformed the “Mixed Multitude” of activists into a force that brought our nation to a new era of civil rights and moved us far toward a more equal society. Yet, the work of the martyred Dr. King and of his followers is not complete. Just as we pray each day that the redemption of the Exodus be extended to a more complete redemption for all humankind, so too must we redouble our efforts to bring to fruition the vision of Dr. King in our own country and beyond.

Recently Susannah Heschel, daughter of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel wrote an article on her father's participation in the Selma March that was published in the Forward. Susannah Heschel wrote: “The 50th anniversary of the 1965 march at Selma is being commemorated this year with the release of the film “Selma.” Regrettably, the film represents the march as many see it today, only as an act of political protest. But for my father Abraham Joshua Heschel and for many participants, the march was both an act of political protest and a profoundly religious moment: an extraordinary gathering of nuns, priests, rabbis, black and white, a range of political views, from all over the United States.” http://m.forward.com/blogs/forward-thinking/212971/what-selma-meant-to-jews-like-my-father/

What Selma meant to Jews like my Father

 

Rabbi David Kudan

 

Holiday Services

Holiday services will be conducted by Rabbi David Kudan, accompanied by Sexton Wayne Freedman and Cantorial Soloist Phyllis Werlin, as well as lay leaders of the Congregation. Click Services for further information on our regular services and our special holiday services.

Dates to Remember
    April 4, Saturday Evening
    Second Seder
    April 16, Thursday Evening, 7:00 p.m. Commemoration of Yom Hashoah
    HOLOCAUST Memorial Day
    Religious Observance and Speaker Event
    Click HERE to read about Frederick Carrier
    April 26, Sunday Program in Celebration of Yom HaAtzma'ut
    May 25, Monday Shavuot Yizkor Service & Breakfast
    June 4, Thursday Zamir: South of the Border - 7:30
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    June 12, Friday Sisterhood Sabbath
A Celebration to Remember
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Agudas Achim - Ezrath Israel 245 Bryant Street Malden, MA 02148

Contact Info
Agudas Achim - Ezrath Israel
245 Bryant Street
Malden, MA 02148

Contact:
Temple Secretary: Dina Fox

Week Day Hours:
Monday through Thursday
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Phone: (781) 322-7205
Fax:      (781) 322-1670

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