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Come join your Kol Emeth friends & family at our Friday night potlucks! Dates and locations are listed below. Please remember to follow the KE Kashrut guidelines. The Kashrut guidelines can be found at: tinyurl.com/KEKashrutGuidelines Wondering whether to bring a main dish, salad, or dessert? Please consult our 2019 Potluck Rotation Chart. Suggested contributions are based on the first letter of your last name, and assignments rotate each week. June 7 - Rabbi David & Carol Booth June 14 - Norman…Find out more »
Welcome 5780! (2019) We invite members, non-members, family and friends to worship and celebrate with us as we welcome a new year together. We're pleased to offer most High Holiday forms in two formats. The printable pdf version provides the option of completing the form by hand and mailing it to the office; the digital version enables users to complete and submit the form online. Please choose the form that best meets your needs. Thank you! Important Links: Printable High…Find out more »
Join us for one of three exciting sessions! Each class will meet for three weeks on consecutive Tuesday evenings (Sept. 10th, 17th and 24th, 7:00pm -9:00pm). Please RSVP here. Music and Movement - Tools for Transformation at the High Holidays: Join Rabbi Sarah Graff and Jeff Schwarz for an immersion in the musical melodies, physical postures, and stirring words of our High Holiday prayers. Whether you are new to Jewish prayer or have a lifetime of Jewish experiences, you are…Find out more »
Come one, come all, to make sandwiches for the homeless! We'll make 200 sack lunches for the needy in cooperation with the Urban Ministry of Palo Alto. Come lend a hand! Kol Emeth created this project 15 years ago, and we are the only organization that does this. It's a wonderful activity for families and people of all ages, with something to do for everyone. Come and join us; no need to call first! Mark your calendar… The 2019 dates…Find out more »
Open to everyone in our community, this monthly program offers congregants an opportunity to welcome Shabbat together. After singing and davening Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma’ariv, we enjoy a delicious meal prepared especially for this event. This is a wonderful way to meet new people, see old friends, and celebrate Erev Shabbat. Our meals typically include soup, a main course, a salad, a vegetable and/or grain side, and dessert. There are always vegan and gluten-free options. Daven and Dine is held…Find out more »
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