Why It's Time to 'AKT' and Get Involved

AKT is an acronym that stands for Avodah (service), Kehillah (community), and Tzedakah (charity)—three attributes that define Jewish involvement. Together, we act to make a difference in our world and for each other. Our activities give purpose and meaning to our lives.

By getting involved, we strengthen the bond among ourselves, as well as the synagogue. We add another dimension to our Jewish experience and get to know each other outside of the sanctuary or religious school carpool. 

Getting involved means organizing and attending events that broaden our horizons and elevate our thoughts.

Getting involved means supporting shul activities, such as our Sisterhood-sponsored Shabbat kiddushes, or our Men's Club team at the annual Memphis Kosher Barbecue contest.

Getting involved also provides an opportunity to enjoy ourselves and each other. Regardless of how much time you can spend, experience the joy of participation and fellowship.

Sun, January 21 2018 5 Shevat 5778