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.

Our services are now being held virtually. For our upcoming High Holiday services, there will be a hybrid mix with a small number of congregants inside and everyone else joining with live-streaming. Those inside will need to register with the Registration document on the Services page, with priority given to members. Sacred guests and others are more than welcome to join our live-streaming.

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Thank you to Rivka Ehrenberg for the Sisterhood Greetings Flip Book.

Please click the button below for the New Year’s Greetings and Memorial Flip Book.

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Parashat NoachOctober 23rd & 24th, 2020

Friday, Oct 23rd 
Shabbat Candle Lighting 6:06PM

Saturday, Oct 17th 
Shabbat Services (w/via livestreaming) 10:00AM
Shabbat ends / Havdalah 7:08PM

President’s Message

Dear Friends,
As the new synagogue president, not having grown up in
Little Rock, I thought I would share with you some of my background.

I grew up in Tyler, Texas. I am the youngest of five children. My Dad was in the oil business. My mother ran roughshod over 4 girls and 1impish boy!

Both sets of my grandparents immigrated to the United States from Poland in the late 1800’s. They were no longer alive when I entered the world. However, I heard many wonderful stories about them from my siblings, parents, aunts and uncles.

Tyler had a Conservative synagogue, (where my family went) and a Reform temple. I attended Hebrew school 2 times a week, Friday and Saturday Shabbat services, Sunday school and holidays. A lot of children at the synagogue were my cousins. This was due to my father having six brothers each with at least 3 children!

After graduating from college, I started my career in the Food and Beverage industry in Dallas. I met the love of my life, Fred, got married and moved to Little Rock, where he grew up. I found my passion by becoming a fundraiser for Easter Seals. Over the next few years, I fundraised for the Arkansas Arts Center, Arkansas Food Bank and Arkansas Peace Week.

Forward to present day….

I look forward to Agudath Achim becoming a thriving, fully inclusive Conservation congregation. Please feel get in touch with me if you have questions or want to chat.

Happy Anniversary

Oct 28th – Abe & Susan Martinez

Happy Birthday
Oct 24th – Ellen Frenkel Kirsch
Oct 26th – Mitchel Brown & Anna Marks

Upcoming Yahrzeits
Cheshvan 6th – (Oct 24th) – Abram Greenbaum & Joseph Zinn
Cheshvan 7th – (Oct 25th) – Philip Bress
Cheshvan 9th – (Oct 27th) – Mike Kiel & Harry Kramer
Cheshvan 10th – (Oct 28th) – Samuel Gross & Beatrice Sherman
Cheshvan 11th – (Oct 29th) – Elsie Phillips
Cheshvan 12th – (Oct 30th) – Dorothy Goldberg

Refuah Shleimah- wishing a speedy recovery to:
Alina Kuperman (Elana bat Mira),
Hannah Kuperman (Hannah Tovah bat Elana),
Arlene Margolis (Chana Esther bat Shaindel),
Judith Rosenblat (Yehudit bat Rut),
Nechie Kilimnick (Chaya Nechca bat Riva Leah),
Duryan Bhagat (Sarah Bat Fay),
Irving Balto (Yizchok ben Chana),
Bruce Burpee (Ben Tov ben Sarah),
Marvin Itzkowitz (Matis ben Rivka),
Sam Nickol (Shmuel David ben Henrietta),
Alan Nussbaum (Josef ben Shana Bala),
Richard Steppach (Michal ben Chana),
Brian Zubkoff (Dov Ber Mordechai ben Gittel)