We are a Jewish congregation in Brooklyn, where doubt can be an act of faith and all hands are needed to build our community.
UPCOMING AT KOLOT
Fri, Feb 5: Chanting Shabbat -- Join us for this Inaugural Event!
6:30 PM: Join Kolot at the first Chanting Shabbat where the ancient, Jewish spiritual practice of chant will be interwoven with silence to experience the transformative power of this approach to prayer and mindfulness. We will welcome Shabbat with candle lighting, followed by 45 minutes of chant, followed by kiddush, motzi, and a light supper. All are welcome! Very important -- please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri, Feb 5: Kolot/JFREJ Event
6:00 PM: Join JFREJ and Kolot Chayeinu communities for a collaborative, casual, welcoming event that mixes ritual, music & art, and community building. Location: Repair the World (808 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216). Open to all. More infoon the JFREJ website.
Sat, Feb 6:
9:00 AM: Torah study
9:30 AM: Chanting group. Email Lisa Zbar for details and location
10:00 AM: Breakfast
10:30 AM: Shabbat morning service and Bar Mitzvah, led by Rabbi Lippmann and Cantor Segal
Kolot tee-shirts are selling fast! Get one while supplies last.
Rabbi Ellen Lippmann, Cantor Lisa Segal, and members of Kolot at the rally for "Shedding Light on the Darkness: Say Yes to Syrian Refugees, Say No to Anti-Muslim Hate!" on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall on Dec 12, 2015
JFREJ's 25th Anniversary Rabbi Marshall Meyer Risk Taker Awards, Novemeber 11, 2015
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Read Rabbi Lippmann's latest piece in the Huffington Post on why a mostly white Jewish congregation is working against racism