Yachad is the Hebrew word for unity as used in Psalm 133:1.
The purpose of the Yachad groups is to help congregants get to know each other, and form lasting relationships in a small group setting. These groups plan social activities, such as lunches, Erev Shabbat dinners, bowling, etc.–whatever the group agrees upon.
New groups are formed each year with the intent to help congregants eventually get to know all of the CBY Macon mishpocha (family).
In addition to the small groups, corporate events are held throughout the year to include all congregants, whether a member of a group, or not.
The mission of Yachad is to unite the local Body at Congregation Beth Yeshua Macon. These small groups allow congregants to meet in a social setting, and get to know each other on an intimate level.
Train a child in the way he should go; and, even when old, he will not swerve from it.