1415 Old Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30062


Welcome To Temple Kol Emeth...

Your Jewish Home In Cobb County

We pride ourselves on being a welcoming community. We embrace all who want to share our values and traditions. Choose to become a part of our family and let us become a part of yours.


Do a Mitzvah, Be a Tutor!

The TKE Religious School needs you! We are in need of 2-3 volunteers on Tuesdays from 3:20-5:00pm and/or 5:20-7:00pm to work with a few children who need individualized attention as they learn to read Hebrew. Our outstanding Religious School teachers will guide you along the way making this a simple, yet important mitzvah. If you know your alphabet/bet and Shabbat prayers, we'd love to hear from you. Please contact Rebecca Tullman, Religious School Principal to volunteer at rtullman@kolemeth.net.

L'Dor v'Dor Listening Tour

Let your voice be heard! Join us for one of the three town hall style meetings to give your input to the Rabbinic Search Committee. This feedback from the congregation will be vital as we search for a second rabbi.

Wednesday, August 23 at 7pm
Sunday, August 27 (after the TKE BBQ)

All meetings will be at TKE and no RSVP is required. Thank you for being a part of this very important process!

The TKE New Music Initiative on Friday nights!

Music is the heart and soul of Temple Kol Emeth. In our prayers and our spirituality, it lives in our soul and lifts us up to become closer to G-d. We are proud to introduce our "New Music Initiative". Under the leadership of Rabbi Lebow, this exciting new program will feature different musicians over the next few months to fill our sanctuary on Friday night Shabbat Services with musical pleasantries!

Friday, August 25 Atlanta Jewish Music Festival presents Rabbi Brian Glausman and his band

In the near future, be on the lookout for a service based on the theology of Blake Singer's music, a service celebrating Yiddish music by Ira Wajsman, Rosh Hashanah appearence of Nefesh Mountain, concerts by the TKE choir, and a mini-concert from Shir Harmony- the Jewish Women's acapella choir.

Israeli Folk Dancing

It's never too late to learn something new! Come and join the fun as we learn basic Israeli dances each Tuesday night in August at 7:00 pm in the social hall. Show off your skills you have learned as we will perform at Noshfest over Labor Day weekend. Open to all ages! For more information, please contact Lori Corley at Lscorley63@gmail.com.

"Book it": TKE Book Discussion group- COMING SOON!

Are you an avid book reader? TKE introduces a new book club that will meet on Sundays at TKE. The time and date of first meeting will TBD, but we will use that time will be a planning meeting so we can decide together how often we want to meet and decide on a preliminary group of books to read. Expectation is that we will read both fiction and non-fiction books. Please contact Jayne Jacobs at jacobsbauer@yahoo.com with your interest level and suggestions for this new book club adventure.

Kol Yeladim 3.2.1 Splash Off--August 27th

We are blasting into a new school year with Kol Yeladim (grades 3-5)! Your children will be picked up from Sunday school class at noon and taken over to the Doc Lebow Center for a delicious brunch lunch and an afternoon of splishin' and splashin'. Let's beat the heat and hang out with our TKE buddies. For more information and to register, click below.

TKE Membership BBQ- August 27th

It's always a great day for a BBQ! Join your friends and congregants for our annual TKE Membership BBQ on Sunday, August 27 beginning at 5:00pm. We'll have hamburgers and hot dogs with all the fixin's cooked up by our very own TKE Men's Club. Kids activities and fun for the adults abound at this yearly summer tradition. RSVP below to grab your spot and we look forward to seeing you there!

NFTY Kallah--September 8-10th

Once they go to Kallah, they won't want to come back! This extraordinary weekend for teens at URJ Camp Coleman is a MUST for your high school student. It's an entire weekend of Jewish culture, experiences, and bonding with hundreds of Jewish teens from the Southeast. Registration is now open for grades 9-12. Please visit https://southernarea.nfty.org/event/nfty-sar-fall-kallah-3/?event_date=2017-09-08 for registration details.

Bake for the Rosh Hashanah Oneg--September 20th

Celebrate the blessings in our lives and our hope for a good New Year by contributing to our annual Oneg, sponsored by our entire TKE Community. What is needed? All things SWEET! Simply contribute to the wonderful array of baked goods and other treats for after our evening Rosh Hashanah service! Every family is encouraged to bring something to share. Or, send a $ donation (memo RH Oneg) and we can shop for you, it’s that easy!

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TKE Trekkers Hiking Group--September 23rd

Get those hiking shoes on and get going with the TKE Trekkers! You don't have to be an expert to enjoy the great outdoors as our group is open to all levels. For more information and to receive our emails, please contact Nikki Goodstein at nikkibgood29@gmail.com. All hikes start at 9am and our next hiking dates are:
September 23: Pine Mountain West/East Plus Overlook
October 14: Sawnee Mountain Indian Seats
November 18: Jones Bridge Park Trail December 16: Vickory Creek

Yom Kippur Break the Fast--September 30th

Break the Yom Kippur fast with us immediately after the Neilah service on Saturday, September 30! We'll enjoy all your favorites in the Social Hall. Please bring a dairy dish that corresponds to the first letter in your last name. A - G: Desserts (cakes, cookies, fruit) H - M: Main Dishes (casseroles, kugels) N - Z: Salads/Sides (greens, pasta, egg, tuna) Drinks, bagels and cream cheese will be provided by TKE.

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