Tikkun Olam

Our Committee’s Mission Statement:

  • Opening eyes, opening hearts, opening hands
  • Opening eyes through education and discussion.
  • Opening hearts to the needs in our local community.
  • Opening hands to do good and pursue justice.

Our Inspiration from Torah and Tradition:

Deuteronomy 15:11: For there will never cease to be needy ones in your land, which is why I command you: open your hand to the poor and needy kinsman in your land.
Isa 1:17: Learn to do good. Pursue justice.
Pirkei Avot: It is not upon you to complete the work, but neither are you free to desist from it.


  • Thursday, Mar. 4: POWER Assembly

    POWER is a faith based, non partisan, racial and economic justice community organizing group of which Kol Emet is a member! Rabbi Anna as well as some of our congregants have been involved in the work of POWER. Join the POWER Assembly via zoom on March 4 to see what POWER has been doing in the community!

Green Activities for Kids:

Monthly Donation Drive

Kol Emet began partnering with the Interfaith Food Alliance (IFA), an organization fighting hunger in Lower Bucks, in Summer 2018. We support IFA in a variety of ways, including a monthly donation drive to provide some of the most “in-demand” items IFA offers the families it serves.

Please contact the Interfaith Food Alliance for drop-off information and/or go to the DONATE button on their website: interfaithfoodalliance.com

Want more information or to get involved? Contact us.