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Kemp Mill Synagogue

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Check out these photos from our Clothing Drive benefiting CHANA here.

 

Upcoming KMS Events

 

Rosh Chodesh Women Series

February 27, 2017, 8:00 PM

KMS Invites you to A Special Evening With

Diane Hamou, L.E., C.P.E. of  LEPTITE SPA

Click here for more details

 

Shabbat, March 4: Come and Enjoy a Spritually Uplifting Shabbat with Singer Eitan Katz. Schedule is as follows: 

Friday Night:  Combined Ruach & Sanctuary Minyan Led by Eitan (5:50pm) 

Oneg Shabbat at KMS at 9:00pm 

Shabbat Day:

Combined Youth and 8:45 Minyan (Mussaf led by Eitan)

Shiur: Using Music & Tefillah to Connect with G-d (4:30pm B. Midrash) 

Havdallah at KMS

Motzei Shabbat:
KUMZITZ at KMS with Eitan and a band and pizza! (8:00pm). FREE of charge thanks to a generous sponsor

Shabbat, March 11, KMS is hosting the 8:45 am Minyan Kiddush to honor our many gabbaim for all the work they do making sure our many minyanim run smoothly. To help sponsor this Kiddush please click here

Click here for a complete listing of our gabbaim

Shabbat, March 11, 8:45 am Minyan Kiddush: Cholent Cook Off.  Sign up here to register yourself or your team to compete in the KMS Cholent Cook Off.  For rules click here.

 

KMS Israel Shabbat

Scholar in Residence - Rabbi Binyamin Zimmerman

Shabbat VaYakhel-Pekudei

March 25, 2017

Click here for more detail

 

Rosh Chodesh Women Series

March 26, 2017, 8:00 PM

KMS Invites you to "Bringing Seder To Your Life" with

Tanya Klein of Precision Organizing

Click here for more details

 


PURIM IS COMING

Check out our Purim 5777 flyer here for important times and events.

TAKE CARE OF MATANOT L’EVYONIM

As you know, one of the requirements of the holiday of Purim is "Matanot L'Evyonim" (gifts for those in need).  You may take care of this mitzvah before Purim if the money you are donating will be given out on your behalf on Purim day itself.  The minimum requirement is to give monetary gifts to at least two people in need on Purim day.  KMS is happy to be your “agent” to distribute the funds on Purim day on your behalf.

     •   YOU MAY GIVE ONLINE HERE                                    Deadline for Online: Thursday March 9th at 5pm

•   OR BY SUBMITTING CASH/CHECK to the office. All money handed in must be given directly to a member of the office staff and marked specifically as Matanot L’Evyonim (please note that general donations to the tzedakah fund will NOT be allocated to Manatnot L’Evyonim)                                                                 Deadline for Office Donation: Thursday March 9th at 5pm

• OR placed in one of the Matanot L’Evyonim Baskets that will be in the lobby on Purim night and morning.                                                 Deadline for Basket Donation: Purim Morning at 10am

Alternatively, we suggest several other ways for you to take care of this important Mitzvah:

     •   Yad Yehudah/Mond Foundation (http://www.yadyehuda.org/matonos-levyonim.html)

     •     Od Yosef Chai (800-823-CHAI, http://www.odyosefchai.org/matanotlevyonim)

     •   Global Jewish Assistance and Relief (https://globaljewish.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=20)

Should you have any questions please contact me.  Purim Sameach!

Rabbi Weinberg

General information

Chanukah Kol Mevaser

The Chanukah issue of Kol Mevaser is now available. Read it now

KMS Office is Hiring

View the job description for an Executive Director. Please submit resumes and cover letters to kmsapplications@gmail.com.

Seder HaYom

The updated Seder HaYom can be found here.

Sefer Minhagim

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!)

Mon, 27 February 2017 1 Adar 5777