Welcome to Agudath Achim

Agudath Achim is a warm, welcoming, inclusive Conservative congregation located close to the Midtown section of Little Rock, Arkansas. Individuals and families of all backgrounds and levels of observance are welcome. Our synagogue combines meaningful Shabbat services, traditional services on all Jewish holidays, education and fun social events to bring together a diverse group of members of all ages and backgrounds. Visit us. Call us. We are open and welcoming. See why Agudath Achim is more than a congregation. We’re a family.

We are excited to welcome our new Rabbi, Mark Biller.  Rabbi Biller will be helping with our High Holiday services via Zoom from his home in New York.  Rabbi and Ellen Biller and intend to move to Little Rock in October.

His personal approach and style is one of acceptance and of “menschlechkeit”. He facilitates and welcomes personal spiritual searches, teaching to multiple backgrounds and observance levels. His mission is to guide and assist people’s search for deeper meaning in their lives through the exploration of Jewish wisdom and tradition.  Rabbi Biller was ordained from the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1997.

He comes to us from his previous pulpit, Temple Gates of Prayer, in Queens, NY where he was the head rabbi from 2017 to the presentHe helped make the synagogue a focus of people’s lives. Congregants felt heard and respected through discussion and acceptance of differing views.

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If you are not a member and would like to join our services via Zoom,  you are more than welcome.  Please call or email our office to receive the Zoom link.
501-225-1683             Office@LRSynagogue.org

We hope you enjoy the 2021/5782 Sisterhood New Year’s Greetings and Memorials online Flip Book!Thank you to Rivka Ehrenberg for producing this for us!And thank you to all for your continued support of Sisterhood.Wishing all a Sweet New Year!!

November 26th - December 3rd, 2021

Parashat Vayeshev

Friday, Nov 26th 
Candle Lighting for Shabbat 4:41PM

Saturday, Nov 27th 
Shabbat Services 10:00AM followed by a light Kiddush lunch
Shabbat Ends 5:44PM

Condolences to the passing of Gayle Wise Slager, mother of Kathy (and Jack) Grundfest and of Pat (and Ken) Hamilton and Julie (and Steve) Genn.
Gayle is also survived by her grandchildren, Chet Paulk, Blair (and Adam) Orlansky, Lauren Grundfest, Zach Genn, and Sarah Genn; and by her great-granddaughter, Harper Manasco. She is to be laid to rest in a private graveside service at Walnut Lake Cemetery near Dumas on Sunday, November 28.May Gayle’s memory be for a blessing.

Happy Birthday
Nov 30th – Michael Kuperman
Dec 2nd – Aliza Brown

Upcoming Yahrzeits
Kislev 23rd – (Nov 27th) – Harry Ehrenberg, Sr.
Kislev 24th – (Nov 28th) – James Friedman
Kislev 26th – (Nov 30th) – Sylvia Schwartz
Kislev 27th – (Dec 1st) – Mark Adler
Kislev 28th – (Dec 2nd) – Diane Kirsch & Harvey Luber
Kislev 29th – (Dec 3rd) – Muriel Berger

Refuah Shleimah – wishing a speedy recovery to:
Judy Greenbaum (Ita bat Telsa)
Arlene Margolis (Chana Esther bat Shaindel)
Kathy Pearson (Rochel Miriam bat Sarah)
Rochel Taig (Rochel bat Telsa)
Judith Rosenblat (Yehudit bat Rut)
Bruce Burpee (Ben Tov ben Sarah)
Garrick Feldman (Natan Isacc ben Miriam Gittel)
Charlie Friedman (Yeheskal ben Yonah)
Mark Gross (Moshe ben Hannah)
Marvin Itzkowitz (Matis ben Rivka)
Phil Kaplan (Yisroel ben Meriam)
Irving Kuperman (Naftoli Herz ben Imma)
Derek Mumford (Avraham Dovid ben Sarah)
Sam Nickol (Shmuel David ben Henrietta)
Brian Zubkoff (Dov Ber Mordechai ben Gittel)
Robert Lassen

Check our calendar on top right for all our upcoming events!