Make sure to get those Mishloach Manot orders in! This is a great opportunity to be part of this wonderful Kol Emeth tradition! Check under that stack of unread mail for your Purim packet. You can also log on to … Continue reading Mishloach Manot: Just a Few Days Left!
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?
Shabbat Shira: A Sephardi-Influenced Shabbat of Song with Cantor Sharon Bernstein
Friday and Saturday, February 10-11. 2017
2/10 Festive Friday Night Service
- 6:00pm: Join us for a North African and Middle Eastern
Join the religious school for this festive afternoon of learning and activities. More information will be available soon. … Continue reading Religious School Tu B’Shevat Celebration
Spend an elegant evening with your fellow Kol Emeth congregants! We’ll get the evening started together for hors d’oeuvres at Kol Emeth, then divide into more intimate groups and head to our hosts’ homes for dinner. We’ll then reconvene at … Continue reading Jan. 28 – Progressive Dinner
Join Rabbi Booth and the men of Kol Emeth for a fun and engaging evening where we’ll sip some bourbon, play and learn some poker and learn about Judaism’s view on gambling!
This event will be held at … Continue reading Jan. 26 – Men’s Bourbon and Poker Evening
Docent Presentation from the Contemporary Jewish Museum
Generation to Generation: Inherited Memory and Contemporary Art
This exhibition is a powerful tool for teaching not only about Art and Memory, but also about topics in social studies. An … Continue reading Jan. 26 – Hadassah Class
Thank you to Malka and David Kahn for their efforts in spearheading a new initiative at Kol Emeth.
Each time you go to the grocery store, put an extra family-sized toiletry item in your cart.
Shemoth: “Archaeology of the Exodus” – what does 150 years of Biblical archaeology tell us about the Exodus, its events, its key players, its date, and its historicity? (Spoiler alert: not much).
Saturday, January 21
… Continue reading Jan. 21 Shabbat Shiur – Shemoth: “Archaeology of the Exodus” with David Meir-Levi
In this Shiur, we will examine biblical passages, both legal and prophetic, with special emphasis on how the text can be read through the lens of Mussar literature (focused on religious and personal improvement). We will analyze the haftarot of … Continue reading Jan. 14 – Shabbat Shiur: “Is This the Fast that I Have Chosen?:” Reading the Bible as Mussar