Welcome to HOD Shimshon

The Shimshon Lodge of Hebrew Order of David (HOD) is one of many chapters worldwide.

President's Corner

Lodge Shimshon is saddened by the senseless act of terrorism resulting in the murder of eleven individuals and injuries to several others that took place in Pittsburgh yesterday. We send our sympathy and condolences to the families, friends, and the whole community. We stand with you in our hopes for a better future. October 28, 2018

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Yellow Candle Project


HOD Shimshon distributed Yom HaShoah Yellow Candles throughout the area.

Image on Left: HOD Lodge Shimshon President David Adler delivers Yom HaShoah candles to Chabad of North Fulton Rabbi Hirshy Minkowicz and Doug Konkel of Gesher L'Torah.

Image on Right: Steve Kaufman delivers HOD Yom HaShoah candles to Carol Lief at Temple Kol Emeth and Michelle Leder of Beth Tikvah.

Read complete Atlanta Jewish Times article.

Whisky Tasting Event

Hebrew Order of David Lodge Magen David is hosting a Whisky Tasting event.

Date: Thursday December 6
Time: 7:45 pmLocation: Congregation Or VeShalom
Limited to 50 people

Details, RSVP, and payment information

Upcoming events

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ATL Jewish Singles

No Fees. No Dues.
Just Fun and Friends.

Get off of your couch and outta your house.

Join us to meet, mix, and mingle with Atlanta area single Jews 35 and up.

For group details and to join:  https://www.meetup.com/atl-jewish-singles

We're also on Facebook at:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/367504616619781

Speaker/topic at next TL

Community Events

Join the Fun – HOD is a Partner with Friendship Circle Atlanta for Hanukkah Party

Atlanta’s HOD lodges will partner with Friendship Circle Atlanta to sponsor and stage their annual Hanukkah Party for Special Needs (SN) kids and adults, Sunday, Dec. 2nd from 2 to 4pm, at The Home Depot, 4343 Tilly Mill Road, Doraville 30360. 

FC caters to Jews of all ages and abilities to create an inclusive and accepting Jewish community. The Hanukkah party is open to the Jewish community, and HOD brothers and their families are invited to help with activities such as making Menorahs from scratch at a woodworking station, making candles and decorating donuts.

The event will conclude with a grand Menorah lighting. HOD is looking for 20 volunteers to help with an expected 100 guests. [Read More]


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