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Proof of vaccination is required for all those entering our building. You can upload a copy of your vaccination card at www.NYKolAmi.org/Vaccine. For more information about this new requirement, please see our recent communication.

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Congregation Kol Ami of White Plains

Shabbat At-A-Glance

Kabbalat Shabbat
Livestream@6:15pm
Limited in-person via registration only. Learn More

Around The Shabbat Table (Friday Nights Re-imagined)
Select Friday evenings with live-stream services, communal dinner via Zoom followed by guest speakers. Learn More.

Shabbat-in-the-Woods
*Zoom with Rabbi Shira @5:30pm
Limited in-person via registration only. Learn More

Outdoors weather permitting

Saturday Morning Services
*10:00am Shabbat Torah Study via Zoom
*11:00am Shabbat Lift Services via Zoom
Limited in-person via registration only. Learn More

Havdallah Service & Concert 
Select nights via *Zoom or Live Stream @7:30. Learn More
 
*Zoom links are sent via This Week At Kol Ami

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Services & Conversations

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Religious School and Early Childhood Program information is sent via email from the schools. For more information contact Pam or Gina in the Religious School or Merav in the Early Childhood program.

Whatever Your Jewish
You Will Find It Here

We at Congregation Kol Ami are committed to being an open tent – a place that welcomes all who wish to be part of Jewish community – because we believe that our community is not whole unless everyone experiences a sense of belonging. We encourage participation from all who seek a connection to Jewish life and who want to be part of our sacred community, regardless of religious background, race, ethnicity, gender, ableness, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity

Learn more about us, including our activities, our Religious School and Early Childhood Program, and become part of our community.

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From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

Taking a Breath for Life: URJ’s Actions to Build Resilience

Taking a Breath for Life: URJ’s Actions to Build Resilience jemerman January 19, 2022

On Tu Bishvat we celebrated trees and a season of new growth. I've been doing lots of thinking about trees, as I frequently do, and the role they play in providing oxygen for the planet. At the Union of Reform Judaism, we provide oxygen to our communities by creating compassionate spaces for our participants to grow and thrive. We can respond to current and future challenges by fostering resilience that reflect our Jewish values.

For Colleyville, Texas

For Colleyville, Texas jemerman January 18, 2022

This is a prayer of healing for the hostages freed from Congregation Beth Israel, Colleyville, Texas, as well as the congregation and the community.

The Worst Ninety Minutes in Jewish History

The Worst Ninety Minutes in Jewish History jemerman January 14, 2022

Eighty years ago on January 20, 1942, the infamous Wannsee Conference took place in a large lakeside three-story mansion in suburban Berlin. Fifteen Nazi German leaders attended the meeting that coordinated plans to "orderly execute" ---murder--- millions of Jews during World War II.

“Treat the Earth well. It was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children”

“Treat the Earth well. It was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children” jemerman January 11, 2022

The upcoming holiday of Tu BiShvat -- the birthday of the trees - brings back a memory of the American Museum of Natural History in New York. In the museum is an enormous cross-section of a giant sequoia tree. Standing before it is a sublime experience. The cross-section overwhelms you with its sheer size, inspiring questions about the size of the tree it was cut from.