Kolot members - now is the time to share your opinions about Kolot’s next rabbi! Sign up for one of the House Meetings taking place October 26th - November 19th. At each of these meetings members of Kolot will discuss their visions of where Kolot is headed and what we’re seeking in our next rabbi. Every participant will submit written input to the Transition Team at the conclusion of the meeting.
Please sign up by completing this form.
Introduction to Judaism
Enroll in this 20-session course on Jewish life, thought and practice to...
- Discover Judaism from an adult perspective,
- Become a more confident parent of Jewish children,
- Explore long-standing questions that you haven’t yet asked.
Class meets from 7:30-9:30 PM in two sections:
Thursdays at Temple Beth Emeth v’Ohr Progressive Shaarei Zedek
Sundays at Park Slope Jewish Center
First session for everyone: Thurs, Oct 26th.
$400 course tuition + $25 materials fee.
Contact Rabbi Sue Oren, Instructor and Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Save the Date: Kolot Chayeinu's 2018 Gala!
Raising Our Voices
Thursday, June 7, 2018 (evening)
at Industria, 39 S 5th St., Brooklyn
Rabbi Ellen Lippmann founded Kolot Chayeinu 25 years ago. On June 7, 2018, the entire Kolot community- members, friends, and fellow travelers- will convene to celebrate the Rabbi's incredible leadership, the amazing community Kolot has built, and mark the transition into our congregation's future.
Interested to get involved in planning the Gala? Got ideas about food, decor, the evening's program?
We want your skills and perspective!
Reach out to the Gala Co-chairs at Gala@Kolotchayeinu.org.
Time to renew for 5778!
Doing some online shopping? Kolot is an Amazon Smile charity! Every time you make a purchase from Amazon, you can indicate Kolot as your charity of choice and AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Kolot! Costless to you, but oh so important to Kolot.
Read Rabbi Lippmann's article,"A Jewish Congregation Tackles Racism," published in e-Jewish Philanthropy, by clicking here.
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