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Kabbalat Shabbat
A service in song for all ages

In person & Livestream@6:15pm

Synaplex Shabbat
Monthly services with guest speakers, catered dinner, childcare and teen programing
November 18th, December 9th,
January 20th, February 3rd, March 17th, May 5th

Tot Shabbat
A service in story and song for families with young children
9:00-10:30am Every 3rd. Saturday morning

Saturday Morning Services
Coffee & community, Torah study, Shabbat services
9:30am Shabbat Torah Study 

11:00am Shabbat Lift Services

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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.

 

Kol Ami is a caring community. We celebrate and acknowledge the happy occasions in the lives of our
members and offer support during times of sadness, illness and stress. Please contact the Temple office or any of our clergy if you or someone you know is in need of the support of our congregation. We also love to hear good news; let us know of a happy event occurring in your family so we can include it in This Week At Kol Ami!

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Beyond Sufganiyot and Latkes: 6 Delicious Recipes to Add Some Sephardic Flavor to Your Table

Beyond Sufganiyot and Latkes: 6 Delicious Recipes to Add Some Sephardic Flavor to Your Table jemerman December 7, 2022

As Hanukkah is deeply entwined with food, especially fried food, we've found some delicious Sephardic recipes to add to your celebration, sourced with permission from Hélène Jawhara Piñer's cookbook, Sephardi: Cooking the History.

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Jewish Man

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Jewish Man jemerman November 29, 2022

Two films from acclaimed Jewish filmmakers have debuted during award season this year, each taking semi-autobiographical looks at troubled childhoods. Each picture delivers award-worthy performances from many well-known actors, including Anthony Hopkins and Michelle Williams as sure bets to score Oscar nominations.

Affirming and Loving Transgender, Non-Binary, and Gender Expansive Grandchildren

Affirming and Loving Transgender, Non-Binary, and Gender Expansive Grandchildren jemerman November 22, 2022

The Union for Reform Judaism, Jewish Grandparents Network, and Keshet are collaborating on a series of conversations to support grandparents and other loving adults who are interested in providing affirming spaces for gender expansive, non-binary, and transgender young people. These sessions provide grandparents with foundational knowledge, shared language, and inclusive practices.

The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem Looks at Israel’s Sephardi Roots

The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem Looks at Israel’s Sephardi Roots jemerman November 15, 2022

American audiences may be unaware of the remarkable new series, The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem, which debuted on Netflix earlier this year. This award-winning TV show follows in the footsteps of other acclaimed Israeli exports like Shtisel and Fauda.

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