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Our Sanctuary

Our Sanctuary

Stained glass artwork by Flora Rosefsky

L'taken 2019

L'taken 2019

40th Anniversary Party

40th Anniversary Party

40th Anniversary Party

Brotherhood Rafting Trip 2021

Brotherhood Rafting Trip 2021

Brotherhood Rafting Trip 2021

3rd Grade Hebrew 2023 1

3rd Grade Hebrew 2023 1

1st Grade Judaics

GELT Together 1

GELT Together 1

Let's GELT Together 2021

Luckys Sisterhood 1

Luckys Sisterhood 1

Sisterhood at Lucky's

WhirlyBall

WhirlyBall

RAFTY at WhirlyBall

Brotherhood at TopGolf

Brotherhood at TopGolf

Brotherhood at TopGolf

Annual Picnic 2021

Annual Picnic 2021

Annual Picnic 2021

rabbi chanukah

rabbi chanukah

kids oneg

kids oneg

hike

hike

israel

israel

consecration

consecration

confirmation

confirmation

sukkah

sukkah

Upcoming TKC Events 

Sunday, June 2nd:

Join the Novels and Nosh Book Club at 11:00am in the TKC Boardroom to discuss "The Matchmaker's Gift" by Lynda Cohen Loigman. RSVP here.

Tuesday, June 11th:

Join us at 6:30pm for this special, multi-synagogue Erev Shavuot event being held at Temple Beth Tikvah. Learn more below and RSVP here.

Social Action Volunteerism

Click on the button below to learn how you can join us in performing mitzvahs in our community!

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Yahrzeits  

Click on the button below to access the current Yahrzeit List.

TKC Services are Now Streaming on Our YouTube Channel

Please subscribe and find all previously recorded services here:

SHABBAT  SERVICES

Friday, May 24

7:00 pm - Shabbat Worship

In person and on YouTube

Saturday, May 25

Torah Portion: Behar

10:30 AM - Shabbat Morning Worship,

Alexis Bruce, Bat Mitzvah

In person and on YouTube

For Shabbat candle-lighting times,

click here.

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This week's Torah Portion

Behar  - Leviticus 25:1-26:2

The Eternal One spoke to Moses on Mount Sinai: "Speak to the Israelite people and say to them: When you enter the land that I assign to you, the land shall observe a sabbath of the Eternal."

 

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Our Values

Temple Kehillat Chaim, which means Community of Life, is a Reform Jewish congregation located in Historic Roswell. 

We are INCLUSIVE

We are a diverse congregation. We reflect the larger community, and our members include interfaith families, LGBTQ+ people, people of color, Jews-by-Choice, Jews who grew up in every movement or no movement and more.  Everyone is welcome and respected.  

We are INTIMATE

Our small congregation means that you won't be lost in the crowd.  TKC is a wonderful place to find community and make new friends. 

We are INNOVATIVE

We believe in Reform Jewish values, prize creativity, and love new ideas and trying out new things.  

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