We are grateful that nearly 80 Jewish organizations contributed columns for our Rosh Hashanah 5778 issue.

These articles (you can find links to them below) enable us to produce content in print and here online that reflects the strength and vibrancy of the Atlanta Jewish community for any visitors and for any locals sampling Jewish engagement at the High Holidays.

You can find links to each article below starting with a column from AJT Publisher Michael A. Morris. Click here to read our Rosh Hashanah 5778 issue online.

L’shana tova, JewishATL!


Atlanta Jewish Times: Winter Is Coming If You Don’t Subscribe

SOJOURN: Ensuring Dignity for All

Ahavath Achim: Flabby Souls, Stomachs Require Internal Focus

ADL Southeast: How to Create No Place for Hate

Atlanta Jewish Academy: Finding Joy in Times of Sorrow

American Jewish Committee: Jewish Advocacy in Today’s Political Climate

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival: The Unifying Power of Film

ALEF Fund: Making Jewish Education Affordable

Americans United With Israel: The Value of Priorities

Anshi: Enthusiastic Judaism Equals Jewish Continuity

Congregation Ariel: Remember Kindness to Start Sweet Year

Atlanta Council BBYO: Nearly 1,000 Teens Strong

Temple Beth David: A Welcoming Place for All in Gwinnett

Congregation Beth Shalom: Transcending Hate and Nurturing Respect 

B’nai Torah: How Will We Answer Life’s Tests?

B’nai B’rith: Who Is B’nai B’rith?

Israel Bonds: Bonds Boost Israel at Holidays, Year-Round

Chabad of Cobb: Judaism Teaches Vital Self-Discipline

Breman Museum: Finding Jewish Community Throughout History

Chaya Mushka: Spiritual Growth Mindset Makes Most of Year

Conexx: Israeli Innovation Powers Global Good

CIE: It’s Past Time to End One Occupation

Israeli Consulate: Let Us Strengthen Ties

Davis Academy: The Future Is Bright

Temple Emanu-El: Rise Up to Drive Out Hate

Etgar 36: Conversations Can Turn ‘Other’ Into Just Another

Etz Chaim: Examine Receipts During Soul Accounting

Jewish Federation: Feeling the Pull of the Jewish Calendar

FIDF: Giving Israel’s Soldiers a Sweet New Year

Gesher L’Torah: The Book Never Closes on Life

GILEE: Jews, Public Safety and the BDS Threat

Chabad of North Fulton: On the Scale

Guardians of the Torah: The Created Can Create

Hadassah: Season of Awe, Action

Hemshech: It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

Hillels of Georgia: No New Beginnings

JF&CS: Strong Commitment in a Time of Change

InterfaithFamily Atlanta: Resolutions for Your Shul

Marcus JCC: Making Lifelong Links

Birthright Israel: Birthright Tops 600,000 Participants

HSSF: Apple Cakes Baked for Shoah Survivors

Weber School: Renew Us for a Good and Sweet Year

USCJ: See Judaism for the First Time

Tzarkei Naomi Fund: Caring for Our Community’s Most Vulnerable

Temple Kehillat Chaim: All About the Journey

The Temple: Religious Dialogue Crucial for Democracy

IJP: A Modern Mother’s Prayer

Camp Coleman: Centuries of Meaning in Random Encounters

Congregation Or Hadash: Blessings for 5778

The Sixth Point: Be Your Own Jew

The Kehilla: Forgive Others to Gain Divine Approval

Limmud: Startup to Incubator 

Moishe House: Grab the Chance to Grow Your ‘Family’

Kollel Ner Hamizrach: Choosing the Right Batteries

Temple Kol Emeth: Torah for Everyone Given in Wilderness

JELF: Educational Aid Helps Connect Dots

The Packaged Good: A Good New Year

Temple Sinai: Clear Your Burdens to Prepare for 5778

Shema Yisrael: Morals More Important Than Rituals

Jewish Fertility Foundation: When Help Is Needed to Be Fruitful

Shaarei Shamayim: Don’t Give Up on Your Dreams

PJ Library: Books Are Just the Start

ORT in Atlanta Supports Top High School in Israel

Second Helpings: Food, Memories and Making Difference

New Israel Fund: The Path of Progress

Rebecca’s Tent: More Than Shelter

Ramah Darom: Make a Difference as a Moral Person

Congregation Or VeShalom: Make the Most of the Almighty’s Gifts

The inviting waters of MACoM.

MACoM: Come on in; the Water’s Great

JNF Southeast: Fulfilling the Dream

JScreen: Healthy Generation Is a Spit Test Away

Congregation Or-Ami: Through Different Eyes

NCJW: Education, Advocacy to Make Lives Better

Kehillat HaShem: Showing Respect to Right and Left

JWFA: Lessons From the Rosh Hashanah Table

In the City Camp: It’s a 5778 Puzzlement

Dor Tamid: We Have the Power to Change Course

Friendship Circle: Accept Who We Are