Welcome Shabbat outdoors under the gorgeous summer sky. Back once again is our series of Summer Shabbat potlucks graciously hosted by our Rabbis and congregants.
In Memory of Peter F. Stevens
Hosted by the Imberman Berkowitz Family
and co-sponsored by ZAP
“Constance on the Edge” (2016)
Film Description (From the filmmaker’s website:)
One family. Two wars. … Continue reading May 21 – Movie Night in Memory of Peter F. Stevens
Its time to sell your Chametz! Here’s how: sequester and lock up your chametz, then designate Rabbi Booth as your agent to sell the Chametz. You must return this form to us by April 10, no later than 8:00am. … Continue reading Sell Your Chametz! Deadline is April 10!
Sunday, May 7, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Please join Congregation Kol Emeth in supporting our annual Spring Fundraiser! This year, we honor Jacques Adler and Betty Denenberg Adler; Rich and Nanette Freedland. All donations of … Continue reading May 7 – Spring Fundraiser!
Gal Krepner, a Madrichah for our KE Religious School is leading a fundraiser for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She is fundraising in honor of two very strong seven year-olds, Armaan and Aubrey.
The Torah gives us the puzzling command to “rebuke our kinsman” and not to hate our loved one in our heart. (Leviticus 19:17) Why would “rebuke” be a mitzvah?
What’s love got to do with it?
We will … Continue reading Tochacha: The Art of Difficult Conversation led by Rabbi Amy Eilberg
Rabbi Emeritus of Kol Emeth, Sheldon Lewis, has come out with a new book! His new book is a Children’s book combining his love of storytelling to children with his hopes for reconciliation and for embracing diversity. … Continue reading New Book By Rabbi Emeritus, Sheldon Lewis!
Friday, February 3
Kol Emeth is excited to welcome special guests from Camp Ramah in Northern California: Director Rabbi Sarah Shulman, Rosh Chinuch/Lead Educator Myra Meskin, and staff-member Jacob Kaplan Lipkin.
Enjoy a delicious meal and some camp … Continue reading Feb. 3 and 4: Ramah Shabbat!
Join Dorothea Hamilton for eight Shabbat morning meditation sessions starting January 7. She teaches mindfulness meditation, starting with a few minutes of David Zeller chanting to set the mood. (no special singing ability required!) We will sit either on the … Continue reading Shabbat Morning Meditation
Tikkun Olam Mitzvah: Feeding the Hungry
Join us in the mitzvah of feeding individuals and families who live on the edge of poverty. Two groups from Kol Emeth participate in this program: one is on the fourth Thursday … Continue reading Tikun Olam Mitzvah: Feeding the Hungry