1415 Old Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30062


770-973-3533


Who We Are 


We are a Southern Reform congregation in suburban Atlanta.  Our demographics provide us with a congregation diverse in age and background. Temple Kol Emeth welcomes Jews by choice and interfaith families.

The Jewish people were born out of our love for G-d and G-d's teachings to live to the fullest and to incorporate Jewish classical beliefs and values into our daily lives. We are a community built on the pursuits of Torah (study), Avodah (worship), Tzedakah (charity) and Maasim Tovin (good deeds). These are not mere concepts, they help form the very foundation of our Jewish community.

The purpose of Temple Kol Emeth shall be to teach, study and advance these Jewish foundations and to provide a religious experience and education to Jewish traditions and teachings for the temple members and their families. Membership is synonymous with involvement in synagogue life, including ritual observance, service to the community, education, emotional comfort, and personal growth.

Temple Kol Emeth was founded in 1982 by seven families who felt the need for a Reform Jewish presence in Cobb County. We have been affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism since 1987.

Our Mission

The Jewish people were born out of our love for G-d and G-d’s teachings to live to the fullest and to incorporate Jewish classical beliefs and values into our daily lives. We are a community built on the pursuits of Torah (study), Avodah (worship), Tzedakah (charity), and Maasim Tovim (good deeds). These are not mere concepts; they help form the very foundation of our Jewish community.

The purpose of Kol Emeth shall be to teach, study, and advance these Jewish foundations and to provide a religious experience and education in Jewish traditions and teachings for the temple members and their families. Membership is synonymous with involvement in synagogue life, including ritual observance, service to the community, education, emotional comfort and personal growth.