Congregation Ahavat Olam

Congregation Ahavat Olam invites you to their engaging, spiritual, musical and participatory services, in an intimate setting in Deerfield, led by Cantor Nancy Diamond Landsman.

Are you looking for just the right place to go for the High Holy Days? Whether you are single, married, with children or without, Congregation Ahavat Olam is a brand NEW Reform congregation in Deerfield that offers a warm, small town kind of feel community, where everyone is welcome.

Cantor Nancy Diamond Landsman, formerly of Am Shalom, is their Spiritual Leader (and 1st year Rabbinic student at the Hebrew Seminary of the Deaf), leading uplifting services that are participatory, spiritual and very musical. 

Musicians on piano, flute and clarinet will be participating in all four High Holy Day services, along with Cantor Landsman's angelic and engaging voice.

For more information about the High Holy Day services, where tickets are free for students age 12 and younger, please email us at ahavat-olam@hotmail.com or contact Cantor Landsman directly at NDLandsman@gmail.com or 847-409-4848.

L'shana Tova,

Congregation Ahavat Olam

P.O. Box 1412

Deerfield, IL 60015


Congregation Ahavat Olam is a participatory congregation providing a community environment of belonging and connectedness. The goal is inclusiveness, where people gather for alternative worship, education, social and interfaith experiences, in a spiritual community without walls.  

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