Congregation Beth Ahm
362 Palisado Ave.
Windsor, CT 06095
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GREATER HARTFORD BEAT THE CLOCK AUCTION
GREATER HARTFORD BEAT THE CLOCK AUCTION


FROM OUR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:   

Most of us remember the Byrds’ iconic song that begins “To everything (turn, turn, turn) there is a season, (turn, turn, turn) and a time to every purpose under heaven”. As we lumber our way through winter, our thoughts will begin to turn to spring and to the next phase of our Beth Ahm community. You know that the approval was given at the congregational meeting at the end of January to put the synagogue building up for sale. We have met with a realtor and expect that the building will be on the market in early March.

We are actively exploring options that would affiliate us with another synagogue, allowing us to preserve important parts of our history as well as to move forward as part of a larger synagogue community, while maintaining some of the culture of Beth Ahm that has bound us together for over sixty years. Some items, such as our memorial boards and the Tree of Life will go with us, wherever we go. Some memorabilia will be donated to the Windsor Historical Society, to remind others that we have been here. The town of Windsor welcomed us with open arms when the ground was broken at 362 Palisado Avenue to create a little cinderblock structure in the heart of the town’s historic district and we would like to let the town know that we have appreciated that welcome.

Rabbi Alan has asked me several times how I am doing in this challenging process. I have told me that I am OK. Beth Ahm is the only synagogue where I have held membership and I cannot remember a time in my life before CBA, so it will be strange to be somewhere else for services, for the High Holy days and for other events. I will be sad to see our doors close but I will remember nearly three generations of children growing up in our little cinderblock building. There will not be another place quite like this one but in time, there will be another place for us.


Shalom,

  
Marla Adelsberger, Executive Committee member




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