Kolot Chayeinu / Voices of Our Lives

We are a Jewish congregation in Brooklyn, where doubt can be an act of faith and all hands are needed to build our community.

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Mon 4/14

Tonight is the first seder. Tomorrow night, after second seder, is the time to start counting the omer. Our social justice team prepared an insert on food justice and Franny Silverman curated a list of resources and inserts for your seder. 

Tues 4/15 and Weds 4/16

Kolot is closed in observance of Passover. No CLP or B'nai Mitvah classes.

Fri 4/18 

6:00pm Kabbalat Shabbat led by Cantor Lisa B. Segal with special guest singer and prayer leader Naomi Less. Bring in Shabbat with soulful music and chant, prayer and candle-lighting, kiddush and motzi. PLEASE NOTE: because our wonderful Kabbalat Shabbat Shamuses, Jim Vesper and Ellen Lubell, are becoming B'nai Mitzvah this Shabbat, we really need someone to take on this welcoming task. Please contact the Cantor at cantor@kolotchayeinu.org to help out! 

Sat 4/19

9:00am Torah Study led by Arthur Strimling

10:00am Breakfast

10:30am Services led by Rabbi Lippmann & Cantor Lisa B. Segal. Join us as we celebrate the 5774 Kolot adult B'nai Mitzvah class as they become Bar and Bat Mitzvah! (Volunteer help needed.)

Mon 4/21 and Tues 4/22 

Kolot is closed in observance of Passover. No CLP or B'nai Mitvah classes.



What's Next for Kolot Chayeinu? Join us in this continuing conversation series and watch the video of Rabbi Sid Schwarz's talk on March 24.

Kolot's Social Justice Committee made a special food justice-themed Haggadah insert (PDF), and Franny Silverman curated a list of additional Seder and Haggadah resources.

This year we commemorate Yom HaShoah through study. Sign up to participate in a text study on April 27-28 in memory of a victim of the Holocaust. 

Purim was so much fun!

The next Storah Steps for babies will be in May.

See photos from recent Storah Steps on Facebook! (You must be logged in to Facebook)

See the sermons, drashot and prayers

written by our Rabbi, members and visitors

for Kolot Chayeinu during the High Holydays HERE

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