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How do you "KMS"?

By the KM Blog Team

How do you “KMS”?

Do you attend daily minyan?

Do you attend either the main minyan or the youth-led ruach minyan on Friday night?

Do you attend one of the four Shabbat morning minyanim?

Do you reconnect with friends you don’t see all week over kiddush?

Do you send your kids to Bnei Akiva snif on Shabbat afternoons?

Do you participate in the Women’s Tefilla Group?

Have you donated your time and energy to assist with a chesed program?

Maybe you attend one of the various classes offered during the week or learn with one or more of your kids at our Motzei Shabbat Mishpacha Lomedet program during the fall and winter months.

Perhaps you’ve attended Game Night or participated in the Rosh Chodesh women’s series (Glow in the Dark Zumba, anyone?).

And on top of all that, KMS offers interesting scholars-in-residence, a chance to travel with fellow members to Poland and Israel, and an annual banquet.

Yes, the building seems filled to capacity (especially the kiddush) every Shabbat, but it also buzzes with activity all week long. Each minyan, class, program, or event, whether for kids or adults, adds to the fabric of what makes KMS more than just a shul, but a true kehillah — community.

The Kol Mevaser blog is an endeavor to keep KMS members connected to each other and the shul. The posts will vary, but each will offer a way for you to stay up to date with Torah thoughts, powerful stories, exciting programs and events, interesting people, and most of all, the positive vibe our kehillah exudes when all the elements that make KMS special come together.

No matter how you “KMS” — you’ll find something to suit your taste.

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Tue, September 22 2020 4 Tishrei 5781