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Services Overview

 We are a joint Conservative and Reform Congregation which offers weekly Friday evening and Saturday morning services as well as High Holiday and Holiday services in both traditions.

Our Friday night services are usually Reform Services and Shabbat mornings will usually be Traditional with Reform services running concurrently every other week. Our goal is to provide a variety of prayer opportunities to meet the diverse spiritual needs of our members. We have an Oneg/Kiddush after Services and everyone who attends is welcome to join us to Nosh and Schmooze. Click on one of the following to learn more about our service schedules.

This Week's Services  |  Upcoming Services  |  Morning Minyan  |  Yahrzeits

Shabbat Sheni

On the second Shabbat morning each month between High Holidays and Shavu'ot we offer a Tot Shabbat Service at 11:00 a.m.

Dinner-at-the-Shul

Here at Kol Ami, we have a tradition of sharing Shabbat dinner once a month after our Erev Shabbat service. This lovely community dinner, which we call “Dinner-at-the-Shul,” is an opportunity to step away from the busy workweek, greet the Sabbath, and enjoy a meal with friends and family. There is no charge for this dinner, prepared by our Volunteers, but donations are appreciated. Your presence and help is always welcome. Please RSVP so we know how much food to prepare!  Click here for more information.

Shabbatinis & Shir Shabbat
Shir Shabbat focuses on joyous singing, with melodies by the greats, including Shlomo Carlebach. We will sing mostly in Hebrew (Siddurs will have full translations and transliterations). Services are preceded by a social hour called Shabbatinis. Both soft and hard drinks are available as well as some snacks. After services, join us for a dairy-vegetarian potluck.

More Information

Those interested in learning more about our Services are welcome to attend Shabbat evening and morning services. Please let us know you will be joining us or introduce yourself when you arrive so we can be sure to extend  to you some Kol Ami hospitality.

If you have a group of five or more people who wish to visit a service or if you would like to arrange a tour of the Synagogue, please email your request to info@conkolami.org  

Torah Reading

Readings this Shabbat

Torah: Deuteronomy 18:6-19:13
            Numbers 28:5-15

Haftarah:  Isaiah 51:12-52:12

We always need Torah readers! If you are interested, please email Cantor Bat-Sarah at cantorbatsarah@conkolami.org. Please note that we schedule readers several weeks in advance, so if there is a particular portion you would like to read for, please let us know ahead of time!

August 17-18, 5778  ✡  7 Elul 5778
Shabbat Shoftim

Friday Evening

6:30 p.m.  Summer ​Erev Shabbat Service with Bishop Solis (Kol Ami Patio)
We are honored to have Bishop Solis join us. Todah Rabbah to the Social Action Committee for sponsoring the Service & Oneg.
8:05 p.m.  Time to light Shabbat candles 

Saturday Morning
9:00 a.m.  Traditional Shabbat Service (Pepper Chapel) 
10:00 a.m.  Reform Service (Main Sanctuary)
11:15 a.m.  Joint D'var Torah & Service Conclusion (Main Sanctuary)
After services, join us in the West Foyer for a simple Kiddush sponsored by the Congregation.
9:03 p.m.  Shabbat ends/Havdallah 

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This Week's Shabbat & Holiday Services

This Week's Shabbat Morning Service Participants

Service Leaders 
Rabbi Samuel Spector

Cantor Wendy Bat-Sarah

Torah Readers 

Cantor Wendy Bat-Sarah
David Asman


Haftarah Reade

Gabbai
Danny Burman

Ushers

David Keida
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Upcoming Shabbat  & Holiday Services

Aug 24-25, 5778  ✡  14 Elul 5778
Shabbat Ki Tetzei

Summer Erev Shabbat
Friday Evening

6:30 p.m.  Summer ​Erev Shabbat Service with David & Teresa Bruce
Todah Rabbah to David & Teresa Bruce for sponsoring the Service and Oneg.
7:54 p.m.  Time to light Shabbat candles 

Saturday Morning
9:00 a.m.  Zach Selzman Bar Mitzvah (Main Sanctuary)  
After services, join us in the Social Hall for a special Kiddush luncheon sponsored by Zach's Family in honor of his becoming a Bar Mitzvah.
8:53 p.m.  Shabbat ends/Havdallah  

August 31-September 1, 5778  ✡  21 Elul 5778
Shabbat Ki Tavo


Friday Evening

5:30 p.m.  Shabbatinis and Schmooze (Esther's Garden)
6:30 p.m.  Last Summer ​Erev Shabbat Service: New Member & Member Appreciation Shabbat (Esther's Garden)
Welcome to our new and old members alike. After the services, join us for a Potluck Supper. Bring a tasty dish according to the first letter of your last name: 
                        A-G  Salad       H-M  Dessert      N-S Side Dish       T-Z   Main Dish

7:43 p.m.  Time to light Shabbat candles 

Saturday Morning
9:00 a.m.  Shabbat Service (Main Sanctuary)  
After Services, please join us in the West Foyer for a simple Kiddush sponsored by the Congregation. 
8:42 p.m.  Shabbat ends/Havdallah 

Tue, August 14 2018 3 Elul 5778