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Exploring Jewish Blessing with Rabbi EBC

On Wednesday, October 28 from 5:00-5:45PM, Rabbi Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen is leading a virtual session on Exploring Jewish Blessing. Blessings are a key part of Jewish ritual. They come in a few different formulas, and there is deep meaning within their structure. Come explore the power of Jewish blessing as we dive into a few together. […]

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How To Register for In-person KI Events and Services

KI is excited to roll out a more efficient way to register for in-person events and services. Simply navigate to our calendar, click on the event or service you're interested in, and select “go to event.” That action will take you to our registration form, where you will complete your information and/or log in to your account. Below, you [...]
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Update: COVID-19 Safety Committee

Over the past months, relatively low rates of COVID-19 in our local communities have helped us safely engage in an increasing amount of on campus activity and have fostered a culture in which we are accustomed to increasing activity on campus. However, community rates of COVID-19 are now rising. The 384 Campus Medical Advisory Group […]

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Rabbi EBC: Yom Kippur 5781 Sermon

For many people in this country, especially for working parents with young children, these last months have been the fullest they’ve ever experienced—juggling childcare with conference calls; trying to meet professional deadlines and expectations while also Zoom-schooling and meal preparing; waiting for bedtime not as a break, but as the rare opportunity to focus entirely […]

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Overview of Succah use on 384 Harvard Street Campus

Providing ample space for the community to participate in the Mitzvah of Succah and maintaining COVID-19 safety this year is challenging. Please recognize that any activity with other people does carry an element of risk. We ask that you follow these rules in order to minimize that risk but understand that we cannot guarantee that […]

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Poems and Torah Learning with Leann Shamash

Personalizing biblical figures at prayer can be prove poignant in this season when we find ourselves immersed in our own prayers. Leann Shamash, a gifted Jewish educator whose daily presence at morning minyan has helped to shape a spiritually intimate setting, composes and shares unique and emotionally vivid Torah learning each Wednesday morning.  Watch "A [...]
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In-Person Yom Kippur Services at KI

We thank our community for your interest in our outdoor Yom Kippur services. At this time, capacity has been reached and registration has been closed for outdoor services with the exception of our newly-added Teen Learning program. However, you may still register for indoor services but do so as soon as possible! Please email us if you'd like to [...]
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Sensory Calming Room

The KI Inclusion Committee has created a Sensory Calming Room as a community resource for those with sensory regulation issues. The room is intended to be a place to take a break from tefila (prayer), and services on Shabbat mornings and holidays. It is designed specifically for people with sensory challenges or disabilities and/or their companion or [...]
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Window Into Israel

Join Us in Israel:  Window Into Israel How does JTS train future rabbis to lead on Israel?  How do JTS rabbinical students experience Israel?  Join Rabbi Daniel Nevins, Pearl Resnick, Dean of the Rabbinical School, and Rabbi Matthew Berkowitz, director of Israel Programs and JTS's second year rabbinical students, for an insider's view of JTS [...]
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