Welcome to our Community,
our K’Hilat.

What does community mean at Temple Kol Ami?

Warm, hamish, committed.

When visitors or prospective members come to TKA, they instantly feel the warmth and inclusiveness of our Jewish family built into and around our communal home. We intentionally create a small, hamish community where people foster deep relationships.

TKA is a place where the Rabbi and staff know you and greet you by name. Our clergy, staff and members are active in the local and greater Jewish community. When you see us out and about, please say “hello!”

Besides coming to Shabbat and holiday services, and special events, there are various committees and groups that welcome your presence and participation. We are TKA: Voice of My People. At TKA, we want to hear your voice too. It’s easy to get involved and make a difference.

Please join us and be part of our community.