Kemp Mill Synagogue
Welcome to KMS!
Upcoming KMS Events
--Sunday, January 22, 11:00 am-1:00 pm: KMS & YISE Clothing Drive
--Friday Night, January 27, 8:30-10:00 pm: KMS Rosh Chodesh series.
--Motzei Shabbat, January 28, 8:00-10:00 pm: KMS Game Night.
--Thursday night, February 2, 7:00-8:45 pm: Fighting Anti-Semitism on Campus: mid-Atlantic premier of Hate Spaces: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus.
--Motzei Shabbat, February 4, 8:00 pm: Coming Together: Countering Violence Extremism and the Need for an Open Conversation.
Friday, February 10, 6:45 pm: KMS Shabbat Tu B'Shvat Dinner.
Shabbat Tu B'Shvat Dinner
Join us on Friday night, February 10 for a special Shabbat dinner at KMS in honor of Tu B’Shevat. The interactive program includes fruit tastings, songs, inspirational stories and Jewish texts and a full Shabbat dinner. Volunteers are need to help prepare the dinner and the program. $20/ adult and teen; $10/ child 4-12 years; free for children under 4. Please contact Ina Lerman or Tamar Epstein if you would like to help. Space is limited and reservations must be made by Feb 2. Dinner starts at 6:45 pm. Flyer.
Aliyah Card refresh Initiative
The Ritual committee will be generating new aliya cards for all members based on the membership data in Shul Cloud. We are asking all families to update their membership data and provide complete Hebrew names (in Hebrew letters, not transliterated) for all family members by January 15 to make sure we can capture complete information on our Aliya cards. The ritual committee has created specific Instructions for updating your membership information that have been sent by email and available here. Please contact Jeff Adler (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you require assistance.
Classes at KMS
Check out our lineup of classes for the fall!
Chanukah Kol Mevaser
The Chanukah issue of Kol Mevaser is now available. Read it now.
KMS Office is Hiring
The updated Seder HaYom can be found here.
The updated Sefer Minhagim can be found here.
Cheryl Stern Community Kelim Mikvah
The Cheryl Stern Community Kelim Mikvah is now officially open. There are still plenty of bricks on the path that may be dedicated. Please see the attached form or go to www.yise.org/brick to dedicate a brick.
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
Shabbat, Jan 21 12:30p
Motzei Shabbat, Jan 21 7:00p
Sunday, Jan 22 10:00a
Sunday, Jan 22 7:30p
Friday, Jan 27 6:00p
Parashat Parashat Shemot
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