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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
September 9th, November 18th, December 9th,
January 20th, February 3rd, March 17th, May 5th

Shabbat-in-the-Woods
A service in story and song for families with young children
In-person & Livestream Friday nights @5:30pm
Coming This Fall: Saturday mornings!

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

11:00am Shabbat Lift Services

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In keeping with current Westchester County guidelines, Congregation Kol Ami has a “mask optional” policy.

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.


Updated Covid Protocols – as of 6/29/22

Provided you are fully vaccinated and have received a booster (if eligible) wearing a mask is optional indoors in any Kol Ami facility. Children under the age of 5 will not be required to wear a mask. Our policy of requiring full vaccination for everyone who is eligible in order to enter our facilities remains in effect. Each person who is eligible to remove their mask may choose whether or not to do so indoors. Everyone’s individual preference will be shown equal respect. We all need to be flexible and respectful of others as we take these next steps together.


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Why Pray?

Why Pray? jemerman August 11, 2022

The reality is, one never knows whether someone else is suffering from an acute illness. A broken leg is obvious; a broken spirit, not so much. Many of us contend with invisible illnesses, whether physical, such as Multiple Sclerosis or chronic migraines; or mental, like anxiety or schizophrenia.

The Blessings of Adult Education: Far More than Knowledge

The Blessings of Adult Education: Far More than Knowledge sdolgov August 9, 2022

Lifelong learning, however, can be easier said than done. For many, as they enter adulthood, with its competing demands and obligations, setting aside time for learning – and especially for Jewish learning – can be challenging indeed.

One of the Greatest Love Stories of My Life

One of the Greatest Love Stories of My Life sdolgov August 9, 2022

On this Tu B’Av, may we all seek out those people who are on our team through despair and delight, who can forgive and seek forgiveness, who see us for who we truly are and support us on the journey to becoming whoever we will someday be. And if your Valentine’s Day candy stash has run out, send those you love a note of sweetness and gratitude instead. Happy Tu B’Av!

Staying Connected After the B’nei Mitzvah: a Teen’s Perspective

Staying Connected After the B’nei Mitzvah: a Teen’s Perspective jemerman August 8, 2022

A common sentiment among Jewish-affiliated teens seems to be, after your b'nei mitzvah, religious school is over, right? Sure, you might come back for confirmation in a few years, but there's no real reason to stay involved. You're Jewish. You know that, your family knows that, and your friends know that. Staying involved is kind of a waste of time. Right? Actually, no. Even if you've had your b'nei mitzvah, there are benefits to staying involved with your Hebrew School and your religious education.