TKC's Coronavirus Response
Temple Kehillat Chaim has suspended all in-person gatherings, including services, religious school, meetings, and programs. We have moved some of these online as Zoom meetings, while also creating new digital content and opportunities to connect. You can find the Zoom links to the meetings below in the weekly TKC email, on the TKC Facebook Group page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about joining a Zoom meeting.
Wednesday Afternoon Talmud Discussion Group
Join Rabbi Holtz and others for an interactive Talmud discussion group, every Wednesday from 12:00-1:00 pm.
Shabbat Evening Services Online and Interactive - Friday, July 3, 7:30 pm
Join Rabbi Holtz, Morgan Rubin and your kehillah for an online, participatory Shabbat service on Zoom. After a stress and anxiety-filled week, Shabbat is just the right thing. Online Oneg to follow.
Shabbat Morning Worship - Saturday, July 4, 9:45-10:00am, followed by Torah Study 10:00-11:30 am. This is an interactive virtual service and Torah study online.
Children's Shabbat - Friday, July 10, 6:00 pm
Whether you're young or young at heart, please join Caroline Figiel for our interactive and edutaining Virtual Children's Shabbat! If possible, please rename your Zoom session with your children's names or hold up a piece of heavy paper with their names on it since the screen is small.
B'nai Mitzvah Tutoring - All those currently in tutoring will be online only. Tutors will set these up with each family directly.
3rd-7th Grade Hebrew Students - We ask that all students maintain the Hebrew work that they had done up to school closing or the tutoring that they continued. Should you wish your child to continue once a week Hebrew tutoring at no charge, by FaceTime or Zoom through May and June, please contact Lori Dreffin at ldreffinmorah@gmail.
In The Works! - Online Introduction to Judaism
Join us for an online 21-week course, especially designed for adults with little to no background in Judaism. Students may include interfaith couples, conversion students, people of various religious backgrounds, adults raising Jewish children, and Jewish adults wishing to rediscover Judaism as an adult. Regular dates and times will be set in discussion with participants. If you are interested or have questions, please contact Rabbi Holtz at email@example.com.
Welcome, and thank you for visiting Temple Kehillat Chaim online. We hope our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available.
Please read more about our temple on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to meet you, show you our beautiful synagogue and let you see for yourself how you can become a part of our community of life.
All in-person Temple services are cancelled. Here are the online options for services this week:
Friday, July 3
Shabbat Evening Services Online & Interactive - 7:30 pm
Saturday, July 4
Shabbat Morning Worship - 9:45 am
Torah Study - 10:00 am - Parashat Balak
Temple Kehillat Chaim, which means Community of Life, is a Jewish Reform congregation located in Historic Roswell.
We seek to meet the spiritual,
educational, cultural and social needs of our members.
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Emily Glatter's New Spotify Playlist
Hebrew teacher, RAFTY assistant advisor and in-house music connoisseur Emily Glatter made an awesome playlist of music on Spotify, Remote Judaism
Michelle Erste Reads When God Made the World
Lori Dreffin Leads a Fun Hebrew Sing-Along
Check Out Rabbi Holtz’s Video, The Meaning of Kehillah
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We are so proud of our Kehillah! Please click here to see the segment that aired on CNN International.
Check out our monthly Kol Kehillah (Voice of the Kehillah) newsletter for our latest events and activities.
Lessons From This Week's Torah Portion
Balak son of Zippor saw all that Israel had done to the Amorites.