Congregation Aitz Chaim, the Great Falls Hebrew Association, is a small but active group of Jews living in the high prairies of Northcentral Montana. We are a part of the Montana Association of Jewish Communities and the Union for Reform Judaism. We are working hard to keep yiddishkeit alive in our community!
We welcome you at our services and events. Please feel free to stop by and/or send us an email.
Phone: 406-322-2705 (unmonitored voice mail number)
Student Rabbi: Bess Wajnberg email@example.com
Board Of Directors (for convenience email firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Laura Weiss email@example.com
Vice President: Bruce Breslauer firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Aaron Weissman email@example.com
Secretary: Nadyne Weissman firstname.lastname@example.org
Air Force Liaison: Lev Lyubchenko email@example.com
Board Member: Helen Cherry firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Member: Stephen Boyd email@example.com
Board Member: Stuart Lewin firstname.lastname@example.org
Ram’s Horn Editors: Joy Breslauer & Aaron Weissman email@example.com
Ritual Committee Chair: Aaron Weissman
We meet regularly for religious services in rented space at the Bethel Lutheran Church, shown below.
This is the online home of the Ram’s Horn, the Aitz Chaim congregation newsletter. The Great Falls Hebrew Association has published the Ram’s Horn on a monthly basis since at least 1984.
The Ram’s Horn contains more than just our congregation schedule. Inside this bulletin, you can find articles of Jewish wisdom, thoughts from our rabbi, recipes, jokes and, of course, lots of photos. The Ram’s Horn is part of the glue that holds our Jewish community together in Northcentral Montana.
Subscriptions to the Ram’s Horn are no charge to congregation members. The subscription rate for non-members is $36/year. An archive of Ram’s Horn issues going back to September, 2003, is available at the left sidebar of this page.
To congregation members and former members: If you have copies of the Ram’s Horn older than September, 2003, please let us know! We would love to scan them in and add them to this historical archive.