Kemp Mill Synagogue
Welcome to KMS!
Sukkot/Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah Times
Please click here for important davening and drashot times for Sukkot.
The Rosh Hashanah edition of Kol Mevaser is on its way to your mailbox. The issue includes Divrei Torah, a profile of our new youth directors and Rosh Hashanah greetings from community members. Find a copy of the newsletter here.
Hachnasat Torah - Sponsor a Letter
Laura and Sheldon Margulies invite the Kemp Mill community to sponsor a letter in a torah they commissioned in memory of Laura's father and Sheldon's parents.The funds will support KMS' Keren HaSefer fund. Each sponsor will have the opportunity to see the sofer complete their letter during a Hachnasat Torah on Sunday, November 6, 2016. Sponsor Now. For further information click here.
The updated Seder HaYom can be found here.
KMS Office is Hiring
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.
MaTaN Bat Mitzvah Program 2016
Do you have a daughter entering 6th grade or with a Bat Mitzvah coming up in the next year? Sign up for the Mother-Daughter MaTaN Bat Mitzvah Program here.
Donate to Repair Upkeep of Sifrei Torah
Click here to donate to the Keren Hasefer Fund to repair and upkeep KMS' Sifrei Torah.
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, Oct 29 4:40p
Sunday, Oct 30 9:30a
Tuesday, Nov 1 8:00p
Wednesday, Nov 2 8:00p
Friday, Nov 4 8:30p
Parashat Parashat Bereshit
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