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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.

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High Holy Days Torah Chanters Needed!

Each year, Temple Kol Emeth is fortunate to have a talented and committed group of volunteers willing to take on the important role of chanting from the Torah at High Holy Days services.  All who chose to chant in the past agree that the experience is tremendously rewarding.  If you are inspired to chant from the Torah Scroll this year, consider taking on this wonderful challenge.  The Ritual Committee provides assistance and tutoring for any who want it.  

If you are interested, please contact Rachel Barich (rachel.barich@yahoo.com) for more information and to discuss your participation.

TKE's Technology Corner 

Looking for a step by step explanation about Shul Cloud's membership functions?  Check out our TKE Technology Corner at https://www.kolemeth.net/a/technology#.

Our instructional videos will show you how to navigate the membership portal, make a donation online, and much more.   

If you do not have a login name or have need additional help, please contact the TKE office at 770-973-3533.  

 

TKE Trekkers Hiking Group

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

July 13: Sweetwater Creek

August 10: Hyde Park and Johnson Ferry North or South

September 14: West Palisades

October 12:  Pine Log Trail

November 9: Vickory Creek

December 14: Gold Branch

Content Committee- We need your help!

Got a knack for writing?  We need your help!  A new Content Committee is being formed who will work on writing for the new and improved version of the VOICE.   A member of this committee can expect most of the work to be done in your office or home on your schedule.   It's a great way to get involved in the TKE and to showcase your talents!

Please contact Director of Communications, Jon Worly at jonworly@yahoo.com if you are interested.

Chavurot at TKE!

For a complete listing of our Chavurot at TKE, please click here.   We'd love for you to get involved with us!

Interested in starting a new chavurah? Please contact Paula Wilson at prepwilson@yahoo.com and let's make it happen!

Upcoming events

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  • Sunday
    Jun  23
     
     
    Take Junk to the Dump Day- June 23

    Sunday, Jun 23rd 10:00a to 4:00p
    It's TAKE IT TO THE DUMP(sters) DAY on June 23 from 10:00am to 4:00pm We are cleaning out the buildings, storage closets and sheds in our main building and the DLC. Our helpers will help us take junk (light and heavy items) identified by the staff, members, and committees and help fill up the dumpsters that will be located on property. Not available that Sunday and still want to help?? We can use volunteers to help identify, stage, and preload some items on Friday,June 20 and the morning of Saturday, June 21.

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  • Sunday
    Jul  14
     
     
    MUST Summer Lunches Mitzvah Day- July 14

    Sunday, Jul 14th 12:30p to 2:00p
    Hunger affects so many communities and Atlanta is no exception. Let's help fight hunger together and make lunches for those in need this summer. Get in the mitzvah spirit with us on Sunday, July 14 at 12:30pm in the Social Hall as we make approximately 600 lunches to be donated to Must Ministries Feed the Hungry Program. Whether you are 7 or 70, we have a job for everyone! Want more information or to sign up, click on More Info.

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  • Sunday
    Jul  14
     
     
    Book It- TKE's Book Discussion Group Meeting

    Sunday, Jul 14th 3:00p to 4:00p
    Book It- TKE's Book Discussion Group will meet on Sunday, June 9th at 3pm in the Bemis Conference Room. This month, we will discuss "The Boy on the Wooden Box: How the Impossible Became Possible...on Schindler's List" by Leon Leyson. This is the only memoir written by a Schindler's list child. Please RSVP to Jayne Jacobs at jacobsbauer@yahoo.com if you plan to join in the discussion.

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Thu, June 20 2019 17 Sivan 5779