Kemp Mill Synagogue
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Donate to Repair and Upkeep of Sifrei Torah
Click here to donate to the Keren Hasefer Fund to repair and upkeep KMS' Sifrei Torah.
February 15: Rabbi Jesse Horn of Yeshivat HaKotel
Rabbi Horn will give a shiur at 8:00 pm at KMS on "Uncovering the Well-known Ingredients it Takes to Start up a Nation: A Look at Noach, Lot, Yonah and Avraham" in the Beit MIdrash. Co-sponsored by LimmudTorahMD.
February 26-27: Scholar-in-Residence, Michelle Cohen Farber
The founder and teacher of the Daf Yomi for Women class, will be the Scholar in Residence. Ms. Farber is a gifted teacher and scholar who is making Talmud study accessible to a non-traditional audience.
February 27: Comedy Night at KMS
KMS hosts American-Israeli comic Benji Lovitt for an interactive, multi-media, and humor-filled presentation. Together, we will explore Israel’s history through its comedy. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, this event is free. Event is at 8:30 pm; see our flyer for more details.
March 5: Malava Malkah event featuring Erica Brown
"Owning Orthodoxy: How Spiritual Memoirs of Leaving Faith Help Us Re-Commit Ourselves." This interactive study session at 8:30 pm, will examine a plethora of spiritual memoirs of ex-Orthodox Jews and a sociological study of this phenomenon in an attempt to understand the trend, if and how it impacts Modern Orthodoxy and how it can help us be self-reflective about our own religious journeys.
KMS Education Programs 5776
Torah study is a pillar of our shul and is considered equal to Tefilla in importance among KMS activities. The Education Committee hopes that everyone will find meaningful learning opportunities in the coming year. Please click here for a complete schedule of continuing programs as well as special educational events happening throughout the year.
Kemp Mill Sababa
Sababa is the Hebrew slang word for “cool and wonderful!” We want everyone who visits Israel to be inspired, amazed, and to have FUN. “Kemp Mill Sababa” is a great way to refer your friends to your favorite unique and “off the beaten path” places in Israel. If you have visited Israel recently (in the past two years), we want you to list your favorite places and experiences that don’t usually make it into the tour books. Click here to make a recommendation. (It will take you less than 5 minutes!)
Upcoming Programs & Events
|Scholar in Residence Michelle Cohen Farber|
Saturday, Feb 27
Shabbat, Mar 5 4:45p
Shabbat, Mar 12 4:45p
Shabbat, Mar 19 5:45p
|KMS 2016 Banquet|
Sunday, Mar 27 6:00p
Parashat Parashat Terumah
|Shabbat, Feb 13|
|Tuesday, Feb 23|