KI has served the Philadelphia Jewish community with distinction since 1847. Our warm, caring community in Elkins Park offers many different worship opportunities, extensive educational opportunities for all ages, active social action and outreach programs and much more.
KI offers a liberal interpretation of the Jewish tradition while remaining respectful of the tradition. We understand that every person and each family is unique in its needs and interests. We hope you will find KI to be your spiritual home.
We are thrilled that you are considering becoming part of our congregational family. We will do everything we can to make our synagogue yours and to make your experiences here meaningful and enriching.
The KI rabbinic staff is here to serve you. Our highest responsibility is to be with your family in times of joy and times of need. We encourage you to make an appointment to meet with us so that we can get to know you and you can get to know us!
I hope and pray that as a future member you will receive the spiritual nurturing you seek and help to build the future of our wonderful religious heritage.
Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D.
2016-17 FIRST YEAR MEMBERSHIP INCENTIVE
Contact Jaimie Shmelzer for more information: 215-887-8700
We invite you to partake in Keneseth Israel’s first-year membership opportunity. Also enjoy complimentary first year Brotherhood and Women of KI memberships.
While we embrace many modern traditions, we work hard to keep the core and essence of Jewish practice. Keneseth Israel is a diverse community representing a broad constituency of nearly 1,000 families. We happily welcome, accept and foster relationships with interfaith and LGBTQIA families.
To become a member of KI and join our special community please download and complete our membership application.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call us at 215-887-8700.
|Couple/Family over 35||$2975|
|Couple/Family 30 - 35||$850|
|Couple Under 30||$500|
|Single 30 - 35||$600|
|Single Under 30||$250|
*Permanent residence is outside of the Delaware Valley