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  • Out on the Town Dining Club

    TKE's Out on the Town Dining Club TKE's Out on the Town Dining Club Wed, February 26, 2020 @ 06:30 PM

    Welcome to the first meeting of the Out on the Town Dining Club on Wednesday, February 26 at 6:30pm.. The purpose of this Chavurah is to eat some tasty food with great friends. We will try out old favorites and visit some new hot spots in the city so there is something for everyone! For planning purposes, the chavurah will be meeting on 4th Wednesday night at 6:30 pm at the restaurant of the month. The first meeting will be at Hoyle’s Kitchen and Bar located at 1440 Roswell Road. For more info, pl Click Here

  • WRJ/Men's Club Event

    Have Some Fun With Your Friends Party Have Some Fun With Your Friends Party Saturday, February 29, 2020 @ 06:00 PM

    It's been 25 years since the debut of the hit TV show Friends! WRJ and Men's Club are throwing a party on Saturday, February 29 at 7pm at the Highland Point Subdivision Clubhouse. There will be Friends-themed food, music, trivia, games and more! Cost is $25 and don't forget to RSVP to Click Here

  • Rabbi Lebow's Opus

    Mark your Calendars for Rabbi Lebow's Celebration Event! Mark your Calendars for Rabbi Lebow's Celebration Event! Saturday, April 18, 2020 @ 06:00 PM

    On Saturday, April 18, 2020, Temple Kol Emeth will be throwing a celebration event in honor of Rabbi Lebow and his years of service to TKE. Click her to purchase tickets. Click Here

It's Time to Purchase Tribute Ads 

t's hard to believe but Rabbi Lebow's Opus is only two months away! The planning committee is working hard on finishing touches, but what we really need is YOU!

Hopefully, you've bought your tickets, but the best and easiest way to create a lasting impression of the evening is to buy a tribute in the commemorative tribute journal. This will be something Steve and Madeline will be able to look back on for years to come, and it will be a great keepsake for you as well.

Time is running out, so don't delay! All tributes need to be purchased by February 28th to guarantee being included in the commemorative journal.

Go to to purchase yours today!

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 

March 21:   Hyde Farm/JF North

April 18:   Pine Log Trail

May 16:   Cheatham Hill

June 20:   West Palisades

July 18: Sweetwater Creek

August 15: Sawnee Trail

September 12: Iron Hill at Red Top Mountain

October 17: Little Mulberry

Judaica Shop Sale Through February 29!

Shop now at the TKE Judaica Shop with the 40% of anything over $40 sale!   We have tallit, shofars, Chanukah menorahs and so much more. Purchase that perfect gift for someone you know or something for yourself while supporting TKE at the same time.

Vote Reform for the World Zionist Congress

You can support egalitarianism, pluralism, and peace in Israel by voting “Reform” for the World Zionist Congress on

Read the Reform Judaism platform here:   Polls are open NOW through March 11, 2020.

What is the World Zionist Congress?

The World Zionist Congress (WZC) is the World Zionist Organization’s (WZO) legislative body (the parliament of the Jewish people) that meets every five years in Jerusalem - the next meeting is this October. The Congress is the only body in which all of World Jewry is represented democratically, and, therefore, is our only American Jewish democratic opportunity to influence Israeli society. The larger our vote in this election the more influence we will have and the more funds our Israeli Reform movement will receive.

What do the World Zionist Congress (WZC) and World Zionist Organization (WZO) do?
- The WZC determines policy in Israel, designates its course of action, and chooses the leadership of the World Zionist Organization.
- The WZC makes decisions that affect the status of Reform and progressive Jews in Israel and across the world.
- The WZO allocates considerable funding available to Progressive Reform Jews in Israel.

Our Israeli Reform movement (called “The Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism – IMPJ”) currently receives $4 million annually based on our success in the last WZC election five years ago. If we increase our presence in the WZC with a larger vote total this year in the American Zionist delegation we can increase funding to our Israel Reform movement, our Reform congregations and social justice programs fighting on behalf of religious pluralism, conversion rights, women’s and LGBTQ rights, justice for asylum seekers, a two-state solution, and a shared society with Israeli-Arab citizens.

Give the gift of Purim baskets!

It's almost time to order Purim Baskets for your TKE friends, family, and staff.  Check your email around February 9 for an individual link to order yours!   Give the gift of Mishloach Manot  (gifts of food) while supporting WRJ and Temple Kol Emeth.

Service Hours for the Purim Carnival

It’s that time of year again! Our Purim Carnival is Sunday March 8th and for the first time we are offering SERVICE HOURS for ALL High School and Middle School Students that volunteer at the carnival! In addition to volunteers to help run the games at the carnival, we need baked goods for the cake walk. Cookies, brownies, cupcakes and donuts are accepted too. Please use the links below to sign up!

Again, The Purim Carnival is Sunday, March 8th, from 12:00 to 2:30 p.m.

Click here to sign up for a shift to help out on the day of the carnival and  bring a baked good for the cake walk .

These valuable programs don’t exist without the help of our awesome volunteers! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!


Upcoming events

All Events
  • Sunday ,
    FebFebruary  23 , 2020
    Men's Club Speaker Series

    Sunday, Feb 23rd 9:30a to 11:30a
    The Men's Club Speaker series brings in distinguished speakers to address subjects that spark interest, debate, and insightful learning. On February 23, at 9:30am, we welcome Doug Pisik of PisikWood. He is going to talk about staring a new business in general and then talk about entering the Art world. “Starting Your Own Business: Moving from Corporate Life to Full-Time Artist” Doug Pisik is an award winning artist whose work has been shown in over a dozen museum exhibitions, is sold in numerous galleries and at the High Museum of Art, and has spoken at a number of events and interviews about his work including NPR and BusinessRadioX. During this presentation Doug will be talking about: • How he assessed the risks associated with moving to self-employment • How he started his business • His day-to-day life as an artist • How he comes up with original ideas and designs There will be plenty of time to ask questions and provide your own input during this interactive presentation. If you’d like to see Doug’s work in progress, follow him on Instagram at @dougpisik and check out his website at His work can also be seen in person in our sanctuary behind the bimah. Breakfast will be included in the presentation and we would ask you to RSVP to Alan Eisen at to attend this program.


  • Tuesday ,
    FebFebruary  25 , 2020
    Celebrate Rosh Chodesh Adar with us!

    Tuesday, Feb 25th 6:30p to 9:00p
    We're celebrating the new moon with sisterhood, good food and a movie! Make it a date for Tuesday, February 25 at 6:30pm in the TKE Chapel. We'll be watching Crossing Delancy, a Jewish classic. Kindly RSVP to Lisa Mallis at with to let her know you will be there and your choice for dinner. Choices are deli or Chinese take-out.


  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  1 , 2020
    Scrapbook Chavurah

    Sunday, Mar 1st 9:30a to 11:30a
    Sunday, March 1 at 9:30am in the TKE lobby is the place to be for all our scrapbooking friends. If you want to scrapbook, whether traditional or digital, we would love to have you! Not a scrapbooker? Feel free to just bring your box of pictures and a photo album, and join us for fun, schmoozing, and ideas to organize your photos... Got questions? Please contact Inna Boyd at


  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  8 , 2020
    Purim Carnival

    Sunday, Mar 8th 12:00p to 2:30p
    Purim Carnival- March 8 The annual TKE Purim Carnival fills the building with fun and laughter on Sunday March 8 from 12:00-2:30pm. Grab the family and be with us for games, Purim treats and some special surprises! And no carnival is complete without help from all our special volunteers. We will be offering service hours for high school and middle school students volunteers so we encourage them to get involved. We have slots for set up, break down and working the actual event itself. Volunteer at Bake for the Cake Walk at We look forward to seeing the entire community there!


  • Friday ,
    MarMarch  13 , 2020
    Purim Spiel

    Friday, Mar 13th 8:00p to 10:00p
    We've been waiting all year and now it's here! Come see this year's new Purim Spiel sensation: Little Spiel of Horrors! Will Esther once again save the day? Will Shvemore win the girl? Will Haman just eat everyone? You'll have to come and see! Music and laughs for the whole family on Friday, March 13 beginning at 8pm in the Sanctuary.


  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  15 , 2020
    Photography Chavurah Meeting
    Sunday, Mar 15th 3:00p to 4:30p
    Did you ever wonder how to use all of the buttons of your camera? Get to know your DSLR camera. Meet with us on Sunday, March 15 at 3pm in the TKE Chapel. All are welcome!


  • Saturday ,
    AprApril  4 , 2020
    An Elegant Night of Cabaret and Sweets- SAVE THE DATE

    Saturday, Apr 4th 7:00p to 11:00p
    The evening features performances of music by American Jewish composers and light refreshments. The talented roster of performers has entertained audiences from NYC to Florida to California in concert halls, theaters, and synagogues. Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 4 at 8pm at Temple Kol Emeth. Produced by the TKE Players, all proceeds will be donated to Family Promise, an organization dedicated to addressing family homelessness. So be entertained and do a mitzvah at the same time! To purchase tickets, please visit: For additional information, call Jayne Jacobs at 770-587-0753



Thu, February 20 2020 25 Sh'vat 5780