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Our Featured Member synagogue for January and February 2010 is Ahavath Torah Congregation of Stoughton. We are pleased to recognize the synagogue in celebration of its 90th anniversary.

Welcome to Ahavath Torah Congregation. We are a lively, family-oriented Conservative Synagogue located in Stoughton, Massachusetts. We strive to foster and interpret traditional Judaism with a modern approach. We serve the needs of young and old through religious, cultural and social activities. Come in and make yourself at home!

The Congregation always endeavors to actively participate in all vital issues facing the Jewish and general community. It is toward those objectives that Ahavath Torah Congregation strives with sacrificial dedication and loyalty. Ahavath Torah provides a warm and caring Conservative Jewish atmosphere in which we recognize the need for a friendly and comforting house of worship. Our membership is considered our most important asset and we strive to provide a rich variety of programs that enhance the family spirit of our congregation.

Ahavath Torah offers many opportunities to participate in a Jewish experience. Whether you are a single parent, single adult, senior citizen, or a conventional family, Ahavath Torah has something for everyone! We have an excellent religious school which prepares our children for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs and instills traditional, Conservative Jewish values. In addition we have adult education classes, Sisterhood and Brotherhood, Kadima/USY, and much more.

If you're in the neighborhood, please stop by and say hello. Our friendly office staff will be glad to welcome you and show you around. Ahavath Torah is a growing and active congregation and we would like to include you!

Come and experience our family at Ahavath Torah Congregation! If you would rather call and chat, our telephone number is 781-344-8733 and we can answer any questions you may have. You can also contact us via e-mail at [email protected] or visit us at www.atorah.org

1179 Central Street
Stoughton, MA 02072

Clergy: Rabbi Jonathan Hausman

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