Pride in our Community

It is always an honor for those of us who work at Adas to do so. Our community has not only a rich history, but a tradition of warmth, scholarship, and deep connection with Judaism. When the President of the United States chose Adas as a place to speak to the Jewish community as a whole, we were full of pride. I don't think it was the kind of "seven deadly sin" pride, but a sense that we are recognized as a place that both upholds Jewish values AND welcomes conversation and thoughtfulness. Thank you, everyone, who helped make this unusual Gan day possible - especially staff for whom the day offered particular challenges. 
We look forward to closing out the year with joy and continued gratitude for Adas, our country (for which so many gave and continue to give so much), and for our Gan community.