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From Our Clergy

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Clergy Blog

This week's Torah portion is one of the most widely known stories in the whole Bible. It is the story of Noah's ark. This is by far, the most commonly depicted story in religious children's literature. We have at least half a dozen different stories with Noah on our bookshelves at home. This story comes before Lech Lecha where God calls to Abraham and Sarah, as the story of Noah is not explicitly Jewish. Therefore, it is a universal story, with universal messages embedded within. The Talmud identifies "Seven Laws of Noah" that apply to all people. These laws came into existence to counter the behavior patterns that people displayed, before ...

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Upcoming Events

Sat, 10/25/2014 - 9:00am
Sat, 10/25/2014 - 10:30am
Sun, 10/26/2014 - 9:30am
Sun, 10/26/2014 - 10:00am

Reform: A Short Film

Please watch this collection of interviews with long-time KI members and hear them share their memories of life at KI. Click here to view. The password is "ki"

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Featured Events

Temple Judea Museum

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The mission of the museum (TJM) begins with the more than 3,000 objects in its permanent collection through exhibitions; preservation; acquisition; and value as an educational tool. An active exhibition schedule showcases both historic and contemporary collections, and the museum regards contemporary art as essential to a fully realized Jewish visual experience. The museum's Artists Collaborative is an essential part of all museum activities.

Preschool & JQuest Activities

Volunteers are needed for our JQuest Office for as little as an hour or as much time as you want to give. Help is needed to: 

  • Organize and clean out classrooms/closets
  • File student work
  • Create bulletin boards
  • Make calls to prospective members
  • Make back to school packages

If you or your teen is interested please contact Lindsey Heller by email or call 215-887-8704.