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Shalom & Welcome to Congregation Kol Ami!



We are a Congregation for "All Our People." We are a vibrant egalitarian community with a variety of options for services, study, and schmoozing. We hope we'll see you soon!



Esther's Garden Spring Kick-Off

April 22nd at 9:00 a.m. in Esther's Garden

Celebrate Earth Day with a meaningful, productive and sustainable activity at the garden. We will pick up trash, get the vegetable beds ready for planting and bring furniture out of the shed. Gloves, bagels, and coffee provided.


Yom HaAtzma'ut / Israeli Independence Day Festival

Join us to celebrate Israel's 70th!

12:30 p.m. at the JCC


Keshet Inclusion Series: "Angels in America"

Click the icon to register!A six-week cultural event at Congregation Kol Ami including a screening, discussion, and nosh.

Read more about "Angels in America":

Questions? Contact Cantor Bat-Sarah at

Click the icon to register!





Rabbi Search Committee Update

The Board of Trustees unanimously accepted the recommendation from the Rabbi Search Committee to offer the Senior Rabbi position to Rabbi Sam Spector and he has accepted.

Click the icon for more about Rabbi Sam Spector.



Kol Ami Yarn Club


If you would be interested in participating in a knitting and crochet club, fill out the form below! Any age and any skill level are welcome. First timers will get their own starter kits!

Sign up!



Join us on Friday evening, May 4th
6:30 p.m.   
Birthday & Anniversary Erev Shabbat Service
7:30 p.m.   


All are invited to attend! Please RSVP ahead of time. Donations to support this Kol Ami tradition are always appreciated!


The Rafi Schwartz Religious School            Building the Jewish Future

The American Jewish experience is dynamic. It is filled with rapid change, ancient tradition, & constant renewal. We are thrilled to partner with your family to build strong, thoughtful, committed adults whose lives are informed & enriched by Judaism. 

Congregation Kol Ami is a pluralistic community, honoring the traditions of both Reform and Conservative Judaism. We welcome Jewish children from interfaith (or no-faith) families, as well as those with lesbian, gay, or transgender parents. We are also committed to including children with emotional, academic, or behavioral issues. Come build with us!

Jewish Community & Education for all our Children

Click here to contact Cantor Bat-Sarah


Introduction to Jewish Life

Mondays at 6:30 p.m.
Youth Lounge

This class will introduce you to Jewish life, faith, and practice. 

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Feel Good by Doing Good!

Kol Ami is partnering with the Utah food bank in their Mobile Pantry Program.

For more info click the icon


To Find Information on Other Jewish Organizations, click here


Image result for union for reform judaismCongregation Kol Ami is an affiliate of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and Union for Reform Judaism

Sat, April 21 2018 6 Iyyar 5778