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your Jewish home in Cobb County

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  • Avodah

    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. More info will be forthcoming! Click Here

Rabbi Lebow Celebration Committee Forming Now!

Come One, Come All….

Bring us your talent, your mad skills and your enthusiasm. April 18, 2020 is the date we have chosen to honor our beloved Rabbi Lebow, and we need your help to make this year’s fundraiser/celebration the most epic of all time.  There are many ways that you can help, and we would be thrilled to have you join us on this joyous mission. We are currently filling volunteer committee positions, ranging from publicity to décor, and anything in between.   If you have ever been the recipient of Rabbi Lebow’s kindness, wisdom, or sense of humor, now is the time to let him know how much you appreciate all he has done for Temple Kol Emeth.

Please contact Carolyn Shapiro  at, or Janet Mills  at for more information.

Calling All Noshfest Volunteers!

Volunteer at Labor Day Weekend's premier event right here at Temple Kol Emeth on September 1 and 2.  We need sellers, schleppers., set-up help, and so much more!   No matter what age you are, we have a job for you.

Please visit to sign up for a shift.  We appreciate your help!


High Holy Days at TKE

Want to know what's going on at TKE during the High Holy Days?  Need a form for extra tickets, babysitting, or inclusion in the Yizkor book? is your one-stop shop on all things going on during the High Holy Days at TKE.   On the website, you will links to forms, schedules, and other useful info. 

If you have additional questions, please call the TKE office at 770-973-3533. 

High Holy Day Campaign

Special.  The word is defined by, "better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual."

Why is TKE special to you?   Your Jewish home means something different for everyone.  Is it your social outlet where all your friends are?  Is it a spiritual center for you to pray and  reflect?  Or perhaps it is a place where you can see your children thrive in a Jewish environment?   There are countless other reasons to love TKE.

The High Holy Day Matching Fund campaign supports our special Jewish Home in several ways.  From all those happy times in our lives to the times in need, this fund will help support our  community.   Several TKE families believe this and want to know you do to.  If you’ll donate any amount, $18, $180, $1,800 or more, they have offered to match your donation.

Tell us why TKE is special to you and donate today at clicking here or sending in a check to the TKE office.   We greatly appreciate your generosity.

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

September 14: West Palisades

October 12:  Pine Log Trail

November 9: Vickory Creek

December 14: Gold Branch

TKE Gift Shop Tallit Sale Happening NOW!

Gorgeous tallit are on sale up to 45% off through September 22 at the TKE-WRJ Gift Shop in the lobby.  Find a new tallit for the high holy days or purchase a new one as a gift for family and friends.   And don't forget all the other wonderful Judaica available for sale.

We are open on Friday nights, Sundays during Religious School, and of course, you can stop in during NoshFest. If those times don't work, please contact Illyse Scheaffer at to arrange a time to come in. 

Rosh Hashanah Greeting Cards

It's you chance to order Rosh Hashanah Greeting Cards from WRJ.  For just $1 per greeting, you can tell your TKE friends, family, clergy and staff you are thinking of them during the High Holidays.  You should have received by e-mail instructions on how to order the greetings.  Just a few clicks on your computer and you are done.  Help WRJ support TKE.  

If you have any questions, please contact Illyse Sheaffer at



Second Family Chavurah Comes to TKE!

Introducing....Holiday Chavurah!  This is for singles, empty nesters, and those with little family in the area who often wish for an invitation for Chanukah, Passover and other holiday festivities.  We will take turns hosting and matching up for fellowship and celebration, starting with Erev Rosh Hashanah dinner on September 29.

The leader for this group is Lori Corley and she can be reached at   To ensure we include you in this newest Chavurah, Lori requests you to email her the following information:  name, contact email, preferred phone number, pet allergies, special dietary needs, and other special needs.  Also, please indicate if you would like host our first event as well.  

Help our Garden Grow!

Over the last several years, many of you have helped to make the Children’s Memorial Garden a site of quiet reflection and life cycle events.  The Garden has been used for youth group and adult programming, religious school classes, as well as weddings.  If you’ve not visited it lately, we encourage you to do so.  The Janet and Tony Mills Family Amphitheater, the fountain generously donated by Dr. Morris Miehl, and the plantings make it a lovely location for events, or just to rest and meditate.

TKE is seeking people to take up the mantle to make sure that the Garden continues to grow and is maintained as a site for all to use.  Construction at the Garden is complete, but there are still many bricks to inscribe, and there remains the possibility to add additional plantings including more daffodils to be planted by students and parents from our religious school.  

If you love the Garden and would like to help, please contact Jonathan Warner at for details.


Upcoming events

All Events
  • Wednesday
    Sep  18
    Plaque Dedication

    Wednesday, Sep 18th 7:30p to 8:30p
    KEFTY invites the entire congregation to the installation of a plaque in memory of Jori Cohen-Greenberg Dietrich, Youth Advisor, Religious School teacher, alum, parent, wife, daughter, sister and friend. A short memorial service will be followed by some time to share our memories. The event will begin at 7:30pm in the Doc Lebow Center.


  • Friday
    Sep  20
    Simon and Garfunkel Shabbat Reprise

    Friday, Sep 20th 8:00p to 10:00p
    Let's enjoy a blue jeans Shabbat service on Friday, September 20 at 8pm with to all your favorite Simon and Garfunkel melodies, plus a surprise or two. Led by Blake Singer, our lively music-filled service is not one that you want to miss!


  • Sunday
    Sep  22
    TKE Bowling League 2019-2020 Season Starts on September 22!

    Sunday, Sep 22nd 3:00p to 6:00p
    Join us at Bowlero (the former Brunswick Zone) at 785 Old Roswell Road in Roswell on Sunday, September 22nd for the start of our new season. We’ll meet at 2:30pm to form and register teams, and to review rules, calendar, and costs. Come ready to bowl, as practice bowling will begin at 3:00 followed by scored bowling at 3:15. Bowling will continue every other Sunday through mid-March of 2020. Couples and single adult bowlers of all skill levels are welcome. Please contact Howard Cooper at for additional information.


  • Saturday
    Sep  28
    TKE Photography Chavurah

    Saturday, Sep 28th 2:00p to 5:00p
    The magic of fall is upon us! The newly formed Chavurah is headed to Smith-Gilbert Gardens in Kennesaw. Space is limited to 9 people, per photography rules at the garden. All photographers should RSVP to Paula Wilson at


  • Sunday
    Oct  20
    TKE Scrapbookers

    Sunday, Oct 20th 9:45a to 11:45a
    All are welcome! Whether digital or traditional, bring your pictures and your supplies to scrapbook at TKE. The group will meet in the TKE lobby and will enjoy schmoozing while oohing/awing at the pictures while putting them together. This new chavurah will be meeting from 9:45-11:45am.



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