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Welcome to Congregation Ahavat Shalom's website. Please take a moment to look around and sign up as a member to the new site.

To contact the board, you can send an email to or

General Announcements

To access our weekly newsletter:

This weeks newsletter can be found here:
January 14-15, 2022 - Parshat Beshalach

For Membership information:

Welcoming Committee: If you or anyone you know has recently moved in, please send their contact info to Additionally, please contact the board if you would like to join the Welcoming Committee.

Shul Programming and Events Committee: If you are interested in helping the shul with programming and events, please email

Upcoming Events & Announcements:

A Letter from the Board on Masks
Given the recent uptick of COVID infections, particularly in Bergen County, and in light of the variance of opinions amongst respected medical professionals, the RCBC is maintaining its policy that the Board of Directors of each community should set out a policy, based on the particular medical concerns of the individual members of its community, with respect to mandating masks in Shul.

Accordingly, Ahavat Shalom's Board of Directors agreed on 12/16 to request all those attending Shul to please wear a mask in the main sanctuary. The current policy which requires unvaccinated individuals to wear a mask is still active. For the time being, the Shul's Kiddush will continue to happen with no change. It should be noted that of course attendance at the Kiddush is completely optional and we understand some may not feel comfortable attending at this time. We continue to monitor the situation and we will update the community if there are any changes to this request. We appreciate your cooperation.

- The Board of Directors of Congregation Ahavat Shalom



Congregation Ahavat Shalom Shabbat services take place at the Torah Academy of Bergen Country (TABC), 1600 Queen Anne Rd, Teaneck, NJ 07666.

(Our mailing address is PO Box 595, Teaneck, NJ, 07666-0595.)

Our Rabbi 

Rabbi Yehuda Halpert can be reached via email at, or by phone in the evenings at (917) 497-7934. In the event of an emergency, Rabbi Halpert can also be reached at (212) 909-6951.

Sun, January 16 2022 14 Shevat 5782