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RAV RIMON AT KMS THIS SHABBAT!

This Shabbat, September 20-21: We are excited to welcome Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon as our Scholar in Residence. Rav Rimon will speak several times and will lead Selichot on Motzei Shabbat. Thank you to our generous sponsors: Malka & Daniel Popper, Barbara & Mel Ciment, Carole & Mort Pancer, and Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn. See flyer here.

  • Friday Night Ruach Minyan: Dvar Torah
  • Hashkamah Minyan: Dvar Torah
  • Shabbat Afternoon, 5:30 pm: שיעור בעברית - שאלות תחת אש: Questions Posed to Rav Rimon From the Battlefield. (Shiur in [easy] Hebrew with some English Explanations)
  • Shabbat Afternoon, Between Mincha/Maariv: From the Beit Midrash to the Community: How Chesed Transforms Society
  • Motzei Shabbat, 10:00 pm: Pre-Selichot Drasha. Halachic Considerations in Issues of Life & Death: The Responsum that Led to Finding the Three Kidnapped Boys.
  • 11:00 pm: Selichot led by Rav Rimon in the Sanctuary

Pre-Rosh Hashana Programming

Click here to view the complete KMS High Holidays 5780 brochure.
Hard copies will be available in the lobby.

This Shabbat, September 21, 7am minyan: Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon will speak as part of a series of 4 Elul Divrei Torah at Hashkama minyan. 9/28: Dr. Erica Brown: Parashat Nitzavim: Taking a Stand Before the Yamim Noraim.

This Shabbat, September 20-21: SIR, Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon. Thank you to our generous sponsors: Malka & Daniel Popper, Barbara & Mel Ciment, Carole & Mort Pancer, and Sharona & Leo Rozmaryn. See flyer here.

Monday, September 23, 8:00 pm: Part 3 of Dr. Erica Brown’s 3-part series on Yamim Noraim: J.R. Tolkien and the Book of Jonah at KMS.

Monday, September 23, 8:00 pm: Women’s Decompress Before the Chagim Stress. Shiur on mindfulness by Elana Weinberg and yoga by Shevi Miller. RSVP here - no cost. Contact sarah.sicherman@gmail.com.

Wednesday, September 25, 8:00 pm: Miryam Kiderman: Anu Amecha: National Roles, Personal Prayers at KMS.

Coming Up at KMS

Monday, October 7, 8:00 pm: Rabbi Frand’s Teshuva Drasha at YISE, 1132 Arcola Ave. Co-sponsored by KMS and many local institutions.

 

Youth News

This Shabbat, September 21, 10:20-11:00 am: Junior Davening Group in the Beit Midrash. Geared towards ages 7-11. Parents welcome.

Motzei Shabbat, September 21, 10:15 pm: Café & Conversation, HS Pre-Selichot Program with 11:00 pm Selichot. See flyer here.

*Check out the weekly KMS Family Parasha Sheet here.*
For the most up to date info about events, join the Youth FB Page.

MaTaN Bat Mitzvah Program

If you will be a Bat Mitzvah in the next year, then this program is for you! Join KMS for the MaTaN Bat Mitzvah Program. Learn what it means to be a Jewish women by learning about incredible Jewish women through the ages in this mother-daughter chavrutah learning & experiential workshop. 10-week course on Sunday Evenings, 6:00-8:00 pm: 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, 12/8, 1/5, 1/12, 1/19, 1/26 (closing Banquet). Register here by Sunday, September 15 for early bird pricing. Contact Elisheva Levitt for more information at elishevalevitt@gmail.com. See flyer here.

Volunteer with KMS

KMS is improving the process by which volunteer resources are matched up to the צרכי ציבור--the needs of the community. The first step in our process improvement is to launch our new Volunteer Corps. Please fill out this survey and identify when/where/how you might be able to volunteer your help for our community.

As our membership grows, KMS will be implementing more programs of all types – social, educational, youth, and chesed – which will require the expansion of our volunteer pool and the optimization of how we use the time of our volunteers.

Contact Shuli Tropp or Sharon Freundel at VolunteerCorps@kmsynagogue.org with any questions.

Monday Morning Coffee

Kol Mevaser Blog

Looking for a great cup of coffee and some friendly company? Join us after minyan on Monday mornings for coffee in the KMS lobby.

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KMS Marketplace

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Mon, September 23 2019 23 Elul 5779