Kehillat Israel is a warm and inclusive Jewish home, celebrating Torah and the traditions of Judaism through the values of spirituality, education, and community. We offer multifaceted Jewish opportunities, including Shabbat, family and holiday services, life-cycle celebrations; lifelong learning experiences from infancy through adulthood, including an early childhood program, family center, and after school Jewish education experiences; social action programs; diverse speaker series and concerts and much more.
You are encouraged to join us for Shabbat services or participate in any of our programs or events in order to get a better feel for who we are as a synagogue. We sincerely believe that Kehillat Israel is a special community in which to belong and know you will feel the same.
If you are interested in joining KI or want to find out more information, click here to let us know and we will contact you. Please feel free to contact our Congregant Services Coordinator, Masha Fleissig at 424.214.7463 or email her directly with any questions you may have. Our rabbis are also available and more than happy to speak with you about the philosophy of our synagogue.
We look forward to welcoming you to our KI community.
When you belong to KI, you do much more than join the synagogue. You become part of our KI family, where we share our simhas and provide comfort for each other during our sorrows. When you join the Mitzvah Circle you are joining other KI families who have chosen generously to fulfill the highest level of commitment to our community. Your participationin the KI Mitzah Circle is the reason we are able to be the inclusive community about which our mission statement speaks, and why each year more and more people have the opportunity to “pray, learn, and perpetuate Torah and Jewish values.”
Click here to see Mitzvah Circle benefits. For more information about the Mitzvah Circle, please call Nadine Zysman, Development Director at 424.214.7459 or nzysman@ourKI.org.
Thank you to our 2012-13 Mitzvah Circle participants. Click here to see a full list.
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