1415 Old Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30062

770-973-3533

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.

UPCOMING EVENTS AT
TEMPLE KOL EMETH

TKE Board of Trustees Meet and Greet- January 20th

Interested in getting involved on next year's Board of Trustees? Meet and Greet with BOT members at the oneg after services on Friday, January 20. Find out what the board of trustees does, chat with members, and find out what opportunities there may be for you!

Men's Club Speaker Series: More than a Survivor--January 22nd

The TKE Men's Club presents a powerful lecture on Sunday, January 22 at 10am at TKE. Our topic this month explores the issue of growing concern of the sexual exploitation of children, how it is being addressed in Georgia, and what we as individuals can do about it. It will be led by Dorsey Jones, the author of the book titled, "Stretched Beyond Measure: When the Angels were Crying". Ms. Jones has a background in criminal justice and working with troubled girls as a former Probation office for Fulton County. Please RSVP at tkemensclubpres@yahoo.com.  This event is open to the public.

WRJ Day Trippers--January 24th

The WRJ Day Trippers invite you to join us as we step backward in time. On Tuesday, January 24, 2017, we will be touring Bulloch Hall, the home of Mittie Bulloch, mother of President Theodore Roosevelt. We will meet at 10:45 AM at Bulloch Hall, 180 Bullock Ave., Roswell, for the 11:00 AM tour. There is a $7 cash admission fee before we enter (exact change preferred). Please note that there are no elevators in this historic home. Our tour will be followed by lunch in Roswell for anyone who wishes to attend. For any questions and to RSVP, please contact Cheryl Gurney at gurney@bellsouth.net by January 20.

Our Children Are Priceless Panel Discussion--January 26th

A very important discussion that you do not want to miss! Join us on Thursday, January 26 at 7pm at Congregation Etz Chaim as our congregations present, "Our Children are Priceless". The event will include panel discussion to enlighten the community about Child Sex Trafficking in Georgia, educate potential victims and first responders, and empower advocates and survivors. The panel will include key players involved in solving the sex trafficking issues-prosecutors, rescuers, and rehabilitation professionals. Please RSVP to this FREE event by contacting Cindy Singer at singerc3304@gmail.com.

Interfaith Israel Event: What does Israel mean to us?--January 27th

With Israel in the news so much these days, it's a hot topic in the minds of so many people. On Friday, January 27 at 5pm, join us in the TKE Sanctuary for an interfaith discussion about the state of Israel and its future. Hear our speakers, Hussein Aboubakr Mansour, and Temple Kol Emeth's own Lissie Levitt. Together we will learn about Israel, and engage in a new type of interfaith dialogue. No RSVP is needed and all are welcome!

TKE Religious School Alumni Birthright Trip- June 5-15th

Go to Israel.. for free! Claim your birthright and enjoy a FREE 10 day trip to Israel with TKE Religious School Alumni ages 18-26. Our group will be traveling from June 5-15, 2017. For more information on this spectacular opportunity, please contact Rebecca Tullman at rtullman@kolemeth.net by February 1.

Reggae Shabbat--February 3rd

Ya Mon! It's reggae Shabbat on Friday, February 3 at 8pm in the Sanctuary. An uplifting, fun Friday Night Shabbat Service as many songs are done with a reggae beat, and some have the words changed. Chances are that you'll hear "Prayin' " to the tune of Bob Marley's Jammin', 'River of Babylon' and Matisyahu's "One Day." Rasta dress is welcomed and optional.

TKE Players Organizational Meeting- February 5th

Calling all actors and actresses! TKE Players is having an organizational meeting on Sunday, Feb. 5th at 11:15am to help us plan our upcoming year. The TKE Players group was originally founded over 20 years ago. Our group produced many plays and other opportunities for entertainment for the TKE community and friends. It gave people who have had an interest in performing or helping behind the scenes a great local opportunity to do so. After a long hiatus, we are back! To be successful, we need a core group of people who would like to support the arts at TKE. No prior experience is necessary. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm!

Men's Club Speaker Series: Keeping Our Kids Safe--February 5th

The TKE Men's Club presents another installment of our popular speaker series on Sunday, February 5 at 10:30am in the TKE Social Hall. This month's topic is entitled, "Keeping Our Kids Safe: A Parent Seminar." Our speaker is Alli Neal from Revved Up Kids. This important discussion will focus on the following: who are the perpetrators, how do predators select their victims, how can I recognize a predator, what can I do to protect my children, and how do I talk about predators and safety with my child. This event is FREE to the public For more information, please visit http://www.revvedupkids.org/.

Tu b'Shabbat: Uniting Shabbat and Tu B'Shvat--February 10th

What's Tu b'Shabbat you say? It's an unique Shabbat experience celebrating the holiday of Tu B'shvat on Friday, February 10 at 8pm at TKE. Join us as we are weaving together the pleasure and wisdom of the tu b'shvat seder with the holiness and joy of our Shabbat service. Fruit, nuts, and wine collide with music, poetry, and art. It is truly an evening not to be missed!

Dinner @8- February 11th-12th

The always popular WRJ Dinner@8 has a plethora of options waiting for you: 10 delectable dinner experiences, spread over two evenings, ranging from family-friendly to high-end gourmet and everything in between. And you'll be raising money for WRJ and TKE in the process! Make your reservations now by clicking below before they are sold out!




Purim Carnival--March 12th

It's time for the Purim Carnival! We've got carnival games, bounce houses, prizes for the little ones, a petting zoo, all your favorite Purim foods, and so much more. Don't miss one of TKE's most popular events on Sunday, March 12 from 12 noon to 3pm. Open to the entire community so bring your neighbors, bring you friends, and bring your family to the best carnival in town!