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Volunteer at Kol Ami

We invite you to join other Kol Ami Volunteers who are making a difference. Choose your passion. Please see the form below to see specific committees where we need help during the year and let us know what you're interested in! Learn more about each committee here.

Contact Information

Volunteer Interests

Questions? Have a program or committee you would like to see happen?
Contact the office at or 801-484-1501.

Adult Ed: Help with programming and organize educational, holiday, and social engagement classes

Budget / Finance: Help with financial analysis and budgets

Choir / Band: Sing in the Kol Ami Choir or join the Kol Ami Band

Communications / Marketing: Help develop and promote materials for member and public outreach

Dinner At The Shul: Help prep, setup, and cleanup at our monthly Shabbat dinne

Esther's Garden: Help maintain our garden

Facilities: Help review facility and maintenance needs and make recommendations

Fundraising / Development: Join fundraising team as we help to supplement dues with fundraising opportunities

High Holidays: Help with mailings, setup, cleanup, intake and check-in, security, maintenance, catering, and additional services and repairs

Hosting Shabbat / Events: Host a summer Shabbat service at your home or other event as needed

Information Technology: Help with tech issues, data, and cybersecurity

Kiddush / Oneg: Help with prep, setup, and cleanup for weekly Kiddush and Oneg (sometimes for B'nai Mitzvah)

Library: Help with organizing and cleaning up the libraries

Membership: Help us reach out to new and existing members to make them feel welcome at Congregation Kol Ami

Mitzvah Network: Help those in need, those in mourning, and those welcoming a new family member. Sometimes its a ride to services, sometimes it's dropping off food

Office Support: Clerical; help with phones, mailings, organizing, etc

Preschool: Help us with marketing, promoting, hiring, programming, and organizing as our preschool grows

Programming / Engagement: Assist in programming and organizing for Jewish social, educational, and holiday events and activities

Religious Practices: Meet to consider religious and ritual issues facing the congregation

Religious School: Help with organizing, prepping, and setting up for holiday and religious school celebrations and work with the director on curriculum

Rosh Chodesh Group: Assist with planning and preparing events

Safety: Provide security for services and events throughout the year and help make decisions on keeping the community safe

Social Action / Social Justice: Help coordinate and be involved to improve our community and the broader community

Torah / Haftarah Reading: Occasionally read on Shabbat or join the Cantor's trope class

Usher: Help greet people at the door during services and holidays to make them feel welcome

Youth Department: Help plan and support KAJY programs

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