We find joy and comfort in Jewish celebration and prayer and we base our Jewish practice on our understanding of Jewish tradition and modern innovation, and as we seek to create new forms and rituals involving story, drama, dance, literature and music. Music is a cornerstone of our worship, which encompasses a wide musical variety. Our prayer is one aspect of the congregation's expression and development, and we seek to renew it regularly through learning and experimentation. -- Kolot Chayeinu Values Statement
Unless otherwise noted, all services are led by Rabbi Ellen Lippmann and Cantor Lisa Segal and take place at Kolot (1012 8th Avenue between 10th and 11th Streets, Brooklyn 11215).
For a detailed schedule of upcoming services see the calendar or check out our homepage for announcements.
Every Shabbat Morning
9:00 A.M. Torah Study at Kolot: informal, provocative wrestling with weekly parasha
9:30-10:15 A.M. Chanting in Prospect Park
10:00 A.M. Breakfast at Kolot
10:30 A.M. Service led by Rabbi Lippmann, Cantor Segal, and members of Kolot, including a number of B’nai Mitzvah, offering insight and inspiration for all
12:45 P.M. Occasional lunches, adult learning, singing, and special speakers