Annual Recognition of Giving
Throughout the past year and especially the past 6 months we have felt immense gratitude for our Adath community.
Annual Recognition of Community
This year focused on the stories that our Adath congregants shared about their experiences at Adath.
The inspiration for the 2017 book was Rabbi Kravitz's bubbe's story of immigration from Russia that he shared with the congregation on Shavuot.
Our Kehillah, Our Community
Each year we thank our congregants who have volunteered their time and made the generous donations that keep Adath strong and vibrant.
The 2016 Book, Our Kehillah (Community) included stickers to help congregants choose which groups they'd like to join in the upcoming year.
Our Kehillah 2016
The 2015 Annual Recognition of Giving featured personal stories of congregants and what excites them about volunteering, giving and being active members of Adath.
Annual Recognition of Giving 2015
Our New Look
Thanks to our wonderful photographers who have donated their time and talents: David Sherman, Jeff Schmieg and Lee Prohofsky.
Clarion Icon: Created by NIXX from Noun Project
Chadashot Icon: Created by Martha Ormiston from Noun Project
The Annual Report details the accomplishments and programs of the synagogue committees helping us continue to go from strength to strength.
We are genuinely blessed to have such talented and committed clergy, staff, lay leaders and volunteers guiding our activities along with extraordinary congregants, who participate and fund these endeavors.
Adath in the news:
Minnesota Muslim-Jew alliances multiply in new political climate
Two faiths find friendship, Jana Shortal of KARE 11 Breaking the News
Jews and Muslims unite through Love Your Neighbor event in Plymouth via the Sun Sailor
In a World of Uncertainty, Kindness and Love Prevail via TC Jewfolk
Two School Friends Get Together at Love Your Neighbor
by Natalie Zamansky on the Adath Blog