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Kol Ami, A Community That Makes Incredible Things Happen

Welcome To Congregation Kol Ami

  • Who We Are

    Who We Are

    Dance, study, sing, think, ask. Judaism is for the total person. Judaism is to know yourself better: where you come from and where you might yet like to go. Here at Kol Ami, you can join this incomparable search with other wonderful people - in a community of learners – intellectually open, spiritually Read More
  • Our Purpose

    Our Purpose

    To nurture the divine spark within, and to connect each of us to a meaningful Jewish journey. The teenage Confirmand The interfaith family The Early Childhood preschooler The wedding couple The High Holy Days worshipper The steadfast participant. Here, you’re embraced. Whatever your “Jewish” is, you’ll find it at Kol Ami. Read More
  • Looking for a special Shabbat experience?

    Looking for a special Shabbat experience?

    Join Kol Ami for Synaplex! on February 9th. A chance to unwind at the end of a long week with your family, with other families, and enjoy dinner and keynote speakers" Stay for some, or all, of the evening. Dinner is sold out. Read More
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Registration and permission forms for services, religious school, youth group and sisterhood. Read More
Live Services

Live Services

Services are streamed live every Friday night and on Holidays. Call the main office for an access code. Read More
Virtual Library

Virtual Library

Find supporting materials for Kol Ami classes and lectures. Read More
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I don’t know how to put into a few words the experience of ten days, four millennia, learning and laughter, adventures planned not-planned, forty incredible travelers. So I will write about two moments. Havdalah on the rocks (it’s not a new drink – but maybe it should be!) and Havdalah in the wind. The first Havdalah we were in Tel Aviv. We had arrived the day before, but it already felt like a lifetime. I had thought we would gather for Havdalah in a circle, as we always do – this time in view of the Mediterranean. But the rocks beckoned. I invited everyone to find a safe place on the huge boulders that edged the sea – and to sit down. We began Havdalah in silence. We listened to the sounds of the waves crashing against the rocks. And watched as the lights of the Jaffa port began to come up – twinkling in the darkness. And the moon, near the beginning of its cycle, a waxing crescent above us. The evening was warm (how delicious) – and we sang. Two Muslim women sat on rocks nearby; passersby stopped to listen and join. The moment – magical and eternal. 

We adventured day and night for the next week – from north to south, from Israel to Petra and back again. And now we were in Jerusalem for the second Havdalah. Different stones were beneath our feet this time, the smooth stunning limestone of Jerusalem. The spices: freshly picked rosemary, blooming in purple perfusion everywhere. The touch: our arms around one another. The flame of the Havdalah candle burning fiercely in the Jerusalem winds. And before us – the spectacular view of Jerusalem’s ancient walls, Mt. Zion, the valley of Hinnom below us and the Judean hills in the distance. And the moon? Reaching its fullness – as did we.

Social Justice

  • Thoughts, Prayers & Action

      Looking Outward....  After beautiful High Holy Days filled with family, friends, food, prayer and community, we are faced with another horrific and tragic event in our country; the mass shooting in Las Vegas.  For Read More
  • Westchester Interfaith Clergy Statement on Hate

    This statement was circulated to Westchester clergy following the recent bomb threats against Westchester JCC's. It is another demonstration of our will to come together and to affirm our most deeply beliefs that we are Read More
  • Tzedek Tzedek Tirdof - Pursue Justice

    In this issue of our newsletter we are providing additional information regarding opportunities for advocacy within and outside Kol Ami.    Advocacy at Kol Ami   After a successful campaign to send postcards to our Read More
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Life-long Learning

  • Adult & Family Education

    Dance, study, sing, think, ask. Judaism is for the total person. Judaism is to know yourself better: where you come from and where you might yet like to go. Here at Kol Ami, you can join this incomparable search with Read More
  • Early Childhood Program

    Welcome to Kol Ami's Early Childhood Program. Our Early Childhood Program is dedicated to providing a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate early childhood curriculum while teaching and modeling… Read More
  • Religious School

    In the world of our children, Judaism can offer what is available to them in almost no other place in their lives – a sense of rootedness in an eternal tradition, a way to celebrate life’s monumental and simple moments Read More
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This Week

Mon 12:00pm - 4:00pm
ECP Lunch Bunch - Auditorium
Mon 12:00pm - 2:00pm
ECP Soccer in Auditorium
Mon 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Men's Council - Social Hall
Mon 7:30pm - 9:00pm
MeToo Support Group - Chapel
Tue 11:30am - 12:30pm
ECP First Friends- gallery
Tue 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Senior Staff Meeting - Room 20

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