Love & Belonging
In order for my parents to have loved me I had to be _________ (fill in the blank). The truest answer is: To be myself. At Aish MN we strive to create a warm atmosphere where you and your loved ones can be part of something meaningful, no matter who you are or what your Jewish practice looks like. We welcome you to our community and to our home, a place where people share, care and encourage.
Harmony & Balance
Contrast the mind numbing noise of our cell phones, text messaging, emails and the endless chatter of the world around us with the serenity and peacefulness of a quiet inner world that only wants to connect to the Source. Through our teaching and practice Aish MN aims to strike a graceful balance of aligning our core priorities with the realistic hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Wisdom & Clarity
The Jewish people have always been enamored with wisdom and the power of the human mind. At Aish MN we apply the same precision and focus of the Jewish genius to enhance every facet of your life. This is applied ancient Jewish wisdom for the modern Jewish mind.
Greatness & Excellence
Our lives are too short for mediocrity. At Aish MN we have a passionate zest for the achievement of greatness. We hold ourselves to a standard of unceasing growth and promote excellence through our teachings, our Jewish social programming and our spiritual practices. We recognize that sublime character is the key to all things sacred and that taking the high road will always get us to our true destination.
Purpose & Meaning
If you don’t know what you’re willing to die for you don’t know what you’re living for. Aish MN recognizes that this is THE question which we must all face…and we are willing to tackle this elephant head on. From our one-on-one study, high holiday prayer experiences, formal and informal classes we seek to answer the question: “Why am I here?”
Aish Minnesota ignites your Jewish journey by opening doors, creating connections, and strengthening community through inspirational learning, spiritual exploration, and social experiences.
Featured Events & Classes
Don't Eat: (just) pray and love
1st Class - Rabbi Fredman: 10:30am
Yizkor-Memorial Service & Rabbi Kalatsky's Sermon:11:30am
Mussaf Prayer: 11:50am
2nd Class - Rabbi Fredman: 12:20pm
Wednesday, October 12th
Young Families in the Sukkah
Join us for Young Families in the Sukkah
Monday, October 17th
At the Fredman's Hom
2830 Inglewood Avenue South, MPLS