So, you are contemplating affiliation with a synagogue and have been looking for a “true fit”. Kol Emet literally means “Voice of Truth” and the 16 founding families chose this name for its congregation because they desired a more open and direct relationship with Judaism. They fulfilled their dreams by building Congregation Kol Emet. From the moment you turn into our winding and wooded driveway, walk through the doors into the warmth of our contemporary and classic synagogue, participate in a service, educational activity or social action program, you feel welcomed and at home.
In just a few years, the dream grew to include close to 200 families, a beautiful new building, a Religious School program educating over 200 students, a preschool humming with over 60 children and extensive adult learning offerings. Beyond educational opportunities, there is an ever growing array of ways to get involved in social activities and social action groups. At the heart of it all, we are led in worship and life by our extraordinarily approachable and dedicated Rabbi, Anna Boswell-Levy.
There are so many reasons why people join the Kol Emet community and there is a fit for everyone. We live busy and full lives and sometimes wonder how to balance all of life’s commitments with the desire to incorporate and share Jewish traditions and heritage.
Congregation Kol Emet respects and appreciates the realities of life. Our welcoming community provides an accessible schedule for education and worship while supporting each individual member’s desire to participate and get involved in their own way.
We are pleased to share information about our warm and welcoming congregation. Please contact our office.
We welcome New Members at all phases of life. Membership is open to any person of the Jewish faith and his/her family. Kol Emet maintains a commitment to single B’nai Mitzvah celebrations.
Membership is for a one-year period, beginning July 1st and ending on June 30th. Members can arrange payment in several convenient ways and confidential dues consideration is available upon request.
High Holy Days
Tickets to High Holiday services are included in your membership and must be presented at Services on the First Day of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur morning services. Other High Holiday services are open to the community. Please contact the office to make arrangements.