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Welcome to KI

Kehillat Israel, a Reconstructionist Congregation, is an inclusive, spiritual Jewish community that provides a warm, nurturing environment where we pray, learn, educate, and perpetuate Torah and Jewish values while serving the greater community.

ANNUAL GIVING

 

KI Matters – our children, our families, our sages, our community, and our congregation. Your generosity matters. Every year, we count on the members of our congregation to go above and beyond their membership dues to support all of the activities, programs, and events that make KI the vibrant community that it is today and all that it can be in the year to come.

 

Every gift of any size matters and is a symbol of your commitment to KI and its success. Please consider making a gift that is meaningful to you, as the participation of each member reflects the collective strength of the KI community. Your participation matters.

 

*Donors who give $1,200 and above are included in Mitzvah Circle – which offers added benefits to KI membership, including additional High Holy Day tickets, reserved parking, admission to special programs, and more.

 

To make your gift or discuss other giving options, contact Sheri Vinnecour Gerrman, Director of Member Engagement and Development, at 424.214.7452 or sgerrman@ourki.org. To make your Annual Giving gift online, click here. CURRENT  PARTICIPATION:  71%

51% of Goal Funded

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • “WTF” (Why the Fear?)

    November 27 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

    Conversations with Rabbi Emeritus Steven Carr Reuben on current events through a Jewish lens. Do Jud...

  • Family Shabbat

    December 8 | 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm

    Celebrating Shabbat has never been so much fun! Bring your own wine and dine among friends. Celebrat...

  • Tot Shabbat

    December 1 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Celebrate Shabbat with us at our family-centered Tot Shabbat. We invite you to enjoy dinner and Craf...

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