It was a starry night for two of Kol Ami's most beloved members, Jim North & Richard Ruth , who were among the honorees at the Chesapeake Region Reconstructionist Celebration. Jim and Richard were cited for their individual contributions to our community and for being "the blue and white stripes on Kol Ami's tallis."
Joining the two honorees at the Kol Ami table were: (left to right-top row) Diane Ivone, Richard, Jim. Janice & Herb Cooper-Levy, Rabbi Leila, Ed Bomsey & Rayna Aylward (left to right-bottom row) Carolyn Gray, Franna Ruddell and Marcel Infeld.
Have a sweet Pesach!
Please join the Kol Ami community in celebrating a meaningful and extremely participatory seder in the Fellowship Hall for the second night of Passover.
Please join the Kol Ami community for this warm Kabbalat Shabbat service in the Chapel. We encourage participants to bring dessert dishes to share for the dessert Oneg following the service. Susan Freiband will lead this service.
Have you or someone in your family, ever wanted to knit or crochet? Do you have skills you can put to use for someone who needs warm clothes made with love? Come to the Handmade for the Homeless knitting/crocheting class/circle. This will be co-hosted and taught by expert knitters from the DCJCC. You will be responsible to bring yarn and knitting needles or a crochet hook for each person participating. If you are interested in attending, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Room 12
Valley of the Bones - God takes Ezekiel to a valley full of dry bonens. "Suddenly there was a sound of rattling, and the bones came together... and they came to life and stood up on their feet, a vast number!" Are your bones going to be resurrected? Read chapters 33-48 in Ezekiel and join the conversation. We meet in the library (room 13-15, lower level).
Please join Rabbi Leila Gal Berner and the Kol Ami community for a warm Kol Ami Shabbat service in the Chapel. We encourage participants to bring vegetarian dishes to share for the potluck kiddush across the hall in the Library (rooms 13 and 15) following the service.
Following the kiddush, Rabbi Berner will teach an adult education session "Listening with the Ears of the Heart": A Contemplative Approach to this Week’s Torah Portion SHEMINI.
Please join the Kol Ami community for this warm Shabbat service in the Chapel. We encourage participants to bring dairy or vegetarian dishes to share for the oneg across the hall in the Library (rooms 13 and 15) following the service.
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