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#BeTheLight Shabbat Chanukah
Friday, December3 at 6:30 PM
Join our Shabbat services in-person at Kol Ami and 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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Celebrate Chanukah with Kol Ami
Chanukah 2021 will begin in the evening of Sunday, November 28 and ends in the evening of Monday, December 6. See our holiday schedule
Exploring Prayer with Rabbi Levy:
A Deep Dive Into the Siddur
Though we often don't think about it, the Jews interact with the siddur more than any other book in Jewish tradition. In previous centuries, if a Jewish family had a book in their home, chances are it was a siddur, where they recorded birthdays, yahrzeits, and brought in Shabbat and special occasions.
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's Kol Nidre 5782 Sermon

Livestream our Shabbat Services

Mon, December 6 2021 2 Tevet 5782