Volunteer Opportunities

The programs and committees within KI can keep people of all ages busy, stimulated and involved. Bring a friend or meet new people. Learn something new or just come for some fun! Information about all of our activities is always available in KI's Bulletin or in the office.

Couples with young children find KI to have an active, child-friendly atmosphere, filled with groups, services and programs tailored to their special interests. Our empty-nesters and senior members find countless programming choices as well. And college kids are kept connected through our College Connection Committee, which is piloting a program to help prepare our students for Jewish life on campus and to keep them in touch with their synagogue at home when they are far from home.

Here are just some of the many activities going on at KI!

ADULT EDUCATION

From special sermon series to weekly Torah study and discussion groups KI is a synagogue of intellectual exploration. Our high quality program is comprised over 50 classes or lectures annually, including Scholars-in-Residence and special forums.

ISRAEL

The Israel Committee, focused on developing support for Israel in our congregation, involves our synagogue in Pro-Israel community events and connects us to national efforts on behalf of the Jewish State.

MEN OF REFORM JUDAISM/BROTHERHOOD

The Brotherhood engages in projects and activities that provide meaningful service to the congregation and enable members to experience greater identity, involvement, and inspiration.

MEYERS LIBRARY

Offering the latest fiction books, a rich collection of Judaica titles for adults and children, and regular authors events, Myers library is accredited by the Association of Jewish libraries. Membership at KI includes full use of the library facilities.

SOCIAL ACTION

KI works together to help our community in ways that go far beyond financial donations. Volunteers cook hundreds of meals annually for the homeless, prepare annual Hanukkah and Christmas dinners, and collect food items for area homeless shelters.

WOMEN OF REFORM JUDAISM/SISTERHOOD

Coming together to serve KI, the women of the sisterhood support our schools and youth group, run our community garden, Interfaith programs, a Women’s Health Forum, and the KI Gift Shop.

SACRED MUSIC PROGRAM

Under the guidance of our Cantor, sacred music is designed to enhance the religious experience at KI. At the core of worship, our music is respectful of tradition and, at the same time, participatory and heartwarming. Our congregants meet regularly, enhancing our communal worship through adult and children’s choirs and bands.

MUSIC ARTS PROGRAM

The Music Arts committee is committed to presenting world-class talent in musical performances that enhance the appreciation of music of all kinds, and that bring the joy of music to our synagogue.

THE TEMPLE JUDEA MUSEUM at KI

The mission of the museum, which was founded in 1984, is the presentation of Judaica, the visual objects that signify the obervances of Judaism. Devoted not only to collection and preservation, it also operates an annual schedule of four original exhibitions which adorn our lobby.