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Shabbat Evening Services
Friday, October 7 at 6:30 PM
Join our services in-person at Kol Ami or online on our Facebook pageYouTube channel, or right here on the temple website. To access a free online flipbook of our prayer book Mishkan Tefillah book, click here. 
Shabbat Services do not require registration.
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Congregation Kol Ami 30th Anniversary Trip to Israel

Join Rabbi Denise L. Eger on Kol Ami’s 30th anniversary trip to Israel! Explore the homeland of the Jewish people, its ancient history, and Israel’s vibrant modern sights and sounds.
Kol Ami’s friends and family will travel to Israel for an 8-day trip to Eretz Yisrael, the Land of Israel. Our trip begins in Jerusalem on May 30, 2023, winds our way north to the Galilee, and finally ends in the bustling city of Tel Aviv on June 7, 2023.

Events Highlights


The Heart of Many Chambers:
Setting Intentions for Elul
As we go through the month of Elul leading into the High Holidays, join Rabbi Levy for learning sessions streamed from our website, Facebook, and YouTube pages focusing on different "chambers" of the heart. The sessions will each focus on one aspect of our inner life and how that guides our connections with the world: chesed (loving-kindness), ometz (strength and resilience), chochmah (wisdom), and slicha (forgiveness). If you don't catch them live, be sure to check out the recordings posted on all three streaming platforms!
Week 1 (August 31): The Heart of Many Chambers: Chesed ("Kindness") 
Week 2 (September 7): The Heart of Many Chambers: Ometz ("Strength" or "Resilience")
Week 3 (September 14): The Heart of Many Chambers: Chochmah ("Wisdom")
Week 4 (September 21): The Heart of Many Chambers: S'licha ("Forgiveness")

Summer Sova Food Drive
SOVA is a nonsectarian program of Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, dedicated to alleviating hunger and poverty in the community through food distribution and offering a wide range of supportive services. Every year in July and August, Congregation Kol Ami joins the effort of helping with food donations. As we we come together as a community in our building, we ask you to contribute to a world without hunger. Please bring donated groceries to temple to put in the Sova barrels inside the building: Pasta, toiletries, tuna, salmon, peanut and almond butter, canned goods etc. 
Rabbi Eger received an honorary doctorate from Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva, Israel. Click on the above image to watch the special video made about our Rabbi for the BGU 52nd Board of Governors Meeting
The Story of the hand-made "Guatamalan Kippot"
How three sisters-turned-teachers in Guatemala got inspired to help their students. Read more
Our Congregation and Rabbis "On The Town"
Stay informed about the work of our Rabbis in other communities Click here

Watch It Again!

Rabbi Eger Gives Yom Hashoa Invocation at Holocaust Museum Los Angeles (2022)

Livestream our Shabbat Services

Thu, October 6 2022 11 Tishrei 5783