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Welcome to Temple Kol Emeth

your Jewish home in Cobb County

We pride ourselves on being a welcoming community who wants to share our values and  traditions with you and your family. Choose to become part of our family and let us become a part of yours.

featured events

  • Event

    TKE Annual Membership BBQ TKE Annual Membership BBQ Sun, August 26, 2018 @ 05:00 PM

    Mark your calendars for our annual TKE Membership BBQ! We'll have all your BBQ favorites and give you chance to kibbitz with your TKE friends. Click Here

  • Event

    Noshfest Noshfest Sun, September 2, 2018 @ 11:00 AM

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High Holy Day Campaign 

The High Holy Days are upon us and we are entering an important time of renewal and reflection.  At this time, please remember Temple Kol Emeth’s importance in your life, and help to ensure that we remain strong and vibrant by contributing to the High Holy Day Campaign.

We hope your support reflects your passionate belief in the vital role TKE plays in your life and your community.  Our dynamic programming for all ages throughout the year gives congregants the spiritual and social environment that so many us look for in our daily lives.  Our clergy and staff are always there for us to celebrate simchas, but also in the time of need.  These are only two examples of how your contribution will help.

May the New Year be a year of health and happiness for you and your loved ones and may we all continue to share meaningful times together at TKE.

High Holy Day Information

L'shana Tovah!  We look forward to you joining us for High Holy Days.  All the information you need can be found on our website by clicking here.

For additional information, please call the temple office at 770-973-3533.

The New Music Initiative Shabbats at TKE

Friday nights at TKE is the place to be!   Grab some friends and check out our upcoming Friday night themed Shabbat Services.  All services begin at 8pm.

Friday, August 17:  Harrison Herbie Dorfzaun and Rolling Stones Shabbat

Friday, September 7:    Artist in Residence- Cantor Barbara Margulis 
Friday. October 5:        Atlanta Drum Cafe

Coming this winter, you can look for Simon and Garfunkel Shabbat,  Klezmer Shabbat, Ira Wajsman’s Yiddish music, Retrospective Blake Singer Music Shabbat , Temple Kol Emeth Choir, Kyra Goldman’s new songs and more!


WRJ High Holy Day Cards

Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner so don’t forget to order your Rosh Hashanah Greeting from WRJ.  For just $1 each greeting, you can tell your TKE friends, family, clergy, and staff that you are thinking of them during the High Holidays.  A few clicks on your computer and you are done.  Help WRJ support your Jewish Home.  For more information, please contact the TKE office at 770-973-3533. 

Adult Hebrew Begins August 19th 

Do you want to be able to recite the Hebrew prayers at services? Do you want to keep up with your B'nai Mitzvah children? Come and learn the language of our people. This 12 week course will focus on the Hebrew alphabet, the basics of reading Hebrew, and the Shabat blessings. Lynnor Holder is our master instructor.

Intermediate class begins at 9:30am.  Beginners class starts at 11:00am

To enroll in the class, please contact Lynnor at


Building Blocks: The Alef-Bet of Creating a Jewish Home Begins August 24th

A program for parents of ALL religious backgrounds raising Jewish children that meets approximately twice a month, August - April on Friday mornings from 10:30am to noon at TKE.  You'll learn about Jewish holidays, customs & values, how to create Jewish memories for your children, and meet with other parents who share similar concerns and experiences. The tuition is FREE, but a $36.00 Book & Materials Fee secures your spot in the class. .

For questions, registration, and a full calendar with topics, please contact Debbie Antonoff, MAJE, Instructor at or 678.358.5751. 

Upcoming events

All Events
  • Friday
    Aug 17
    Wine and Cheese in Honor of TKE Leadership

    Friday, Aug 17th 7:15p to 8:00p
    Wine and Cheese on August 17 will be sponsored by Dennis and Ellen Rose and Robert Rasnick in honor of Rachel Barich and Amy Sweet, as well as the Temple Kol Emeth Board of Trustees, TKE Women of Reform Judaism Board, and the TKE Men’s Club Board. Join us at 7:15pm the TKE lobby to start celebrate all our wonderful leaders and start your Shabbat off with some of your TKE friends.


  • Sunday
    Aug 19
    Book It: TKE's Book Club Meeting

    Sunday, Aug 19th 3:00p to 4:30p
    Are you an avid reader? Get involved with our book club as we will meet on Sunday, July 8 at 3pm in the Bemis Conference Room. This month we will be discussing"The Fortunate Ones" by Ellen Umansky. For more information and to RSVP, please contact Jayne Jacobs at


  • Sunday
    Aug 26
    Ultimate Frisbee Sunday with the Men's Club

    Sunday, Aug 26th 9:45a to 12:00p
    Sunday means FUNDAY! And we're getting together for a morning of some ultimate frisbee. Meet us on Sunday, August 26 at 9:45am (right after Sunday School drop-off) at Murdock Elementary School located at 2320 Murdock Road. We'll play two 20 minute halves with a "beverage" break in between. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or never played, the game is open to ALL. We had a huge group for our first outing so make it a part of your Sunday to join us. Never played before? No problem! Check out for the official rules and we will review them before we start. If you have any questions, please contact Al Wansky at See you on the fields!


  • Saturday
    Sep 1
    Selichot Service

    Saturday, Sep 1st 7:00p to 8:30p
    Start your High Holiday Season on Saturday, September 1 at 7pm with a contemplative service where we reflect on the year just past and look to the year that is about to begin. Usually, Selichot is about asking for forgiveness – focusing on when we may have missed the mark. This year, we are going to reflect on connection – focusing on how our relationships with each other helped us find the mark. Come with a story, a memory, a thought about when you found a connection to someone or something that gave you strength this year. We’ll give you pens, paper, and markers to draw a page we can bind together in a small Connections Book. A short service that includes the changing of the Torah Coverings and some nosh will also be part of the evening.


  • Saturday
    Sep 8
    Marvel Movie Fundraiser

    Saturday, Sep 8th 5:30p to 8:30p
    Alongside the Kids Boost 501(c)3 charitable organization, TKE youth Sam Buyce is putting on his very own fundraiser to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project while learning how he can make a difference and contribute positively to his community. He’s turning his passion for movies and comics into a Marvel Movie Fundraiser, which will include a movie presentation, popcorn, cotton candy, drinks and prizes. Join us on Saturday, September 8th from 5:30-8:30 p.m in the TKE Social Hall to support this wonderful initiative from one of TKE's own! Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased at the event.


  • Sunday
    Sep 16
    TKE Bowling League

    Sunday, Sep 16th 2:30p to 5:00p
    The TKE Bowling League is kicking off another great season on Sunday, September 16. Meet us at Brunswick Zone at 785 Old Roswell Road in Roswell at 2:30pm to form teams and go over the season rules. Shortly after, we will hit the lanes for the first time. Our normal league meeting time will be every other Sunday at 3:15pm through the end of March 2019. All skill levels are welcome! Please contact Howard Cooper at (470) 295-4651 if you need any additional information.


  • Saturday
    Sep 29
    Adults Smores and Schnapps in the Sukkah

    Saturday, Sep 29th 5:00p to 7:00p
    Fulfill the mitzvah of rejoicing and dwelling in the sukkah with smores, schnapps, songs, and fun! Saturday, September 29 at 8pm in the TKE sukkah is the time and place you need be if you are age 21 and over. Bring your own chairs/blankets, any musical instruments and games, and we’ll provide the rest! Kindly RSVP to www.kolemeth,.net to hang out with us on Sukkot!



Milestone 13 begins October 21st 

Planning a bar or bat mitzvah is daunting for anyone--don't do it alone!  This course is designed for ALL parents, providing relevant learning and the support of others approaching this important milestone.  If your child's date is in the next 1-4 years, this is your opportunity to prepare yourself.  Interfaith couples and those who have converted to Judaism are also encouraged to enroll--learn how to make this event meaningful and inclusive for everyone who will celebrate with you. Class meets once a month during Religious School hours.  For more information or to register, click here.

Thu, August 16 2018 5 Elul 5778