Saturday, March 11
Megillah Reading and “Purim Palooza!”
7:00pm – Maariv followed by joyous traditional Megillah reading.
8:30pm- drinks and snacks
9:00pm – Purim Palooza! A chance to sing and celebrate with our dynamic song leader, … Continue reading Kol Emeth Purim 5777!
Saturday, March 11
Kol Emeth is honored to welcome Maha Elgenadi, director of the Islamic Network Group, an Islamic group committed to dialogue and learning. She will speak about Islam, Islamic law, and some of the profound similarities with Jewish practice. Please join … Continue reading Mar. 11: Learning about Islam: Kol Emeth Welcomes Maha Elgenadi
Come and Bake Challah! Take part in fun activities! Family friendly Shabbat dinner! Don’t forget the Musical Shabbat service, all while taking part in the continent-wide Friday night celebration “Shabbat Across America!”
5:15pm – Kol Emeth
Come and enjoy a fun night of team trivia! Put together your own table, or let us place you — 10 people per table. We will have new categories and fun prizes! Munchies & Desserts will be provided. BYO(K)B and … Continue reading Feb. 25 – Team Trivia Night
Mishpatim: “God’s feet” – What did Moses and Aaron and the 70 Elders see when they all went up to Mt. Sinai to eat a sacrificial meal with God?
Saturday, February 25
Kol Emeth … Continue reading Feb. 25 – Shabbat Shiur – Mishpatim: “God’s feet” with David Meir-Levi
Please join Carol Booth for this informative and engaging Shabbat shiur!
“The Story of Esther — What you never learned in Hebrew school.”Have you ever really read the story of Esther — the Ganze (whole) Megillah? Do you … Continue reading Feb. 25 – The Story of Esther: What you never learned in Hebrew school
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