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Kehillot: Transforming Life at TKE

The Hebrew word Kehillot means communities.  As we approach our 40th year of Jewish life in Cobb County, we remember our origins as a house of connection, rejoice in the sacred blessings we savor together today, and we renew our commitment to creating a sacred community.  After all, TKE is truly a community of communities.

Through Kehillot, Temple Kol Emeth will build a network of relationships, linking members closer together for heightened belonging, becoming an engaging, rewarding home for all.  This program intends to transform its members into a growing, thriving, engaged community and congregation.

What is a Kehillah? A Kehillah is an intentional community of 6-10 people from our congregation whose members make a covenant to come together at least twice a month using Jewish intention to help create connection; connection with your spirituality, your community and yourself.  Kehillot are seasonal, each lasting approximately 3 months and are facilitated by the Shammash ("igniter") of the group. Kehillot are geared to different interests and passions, yet all Kehillot have the same purpose--connection.  

Registration is currently closed. To get a sense of the Kehillot program, browse the groups at the link below. These groups will run from April through June of 2021, and a registration for the Fall trimester will open in late summer. Some of the current offerings will continue, and new ones will be added. Interested in one of these topics? Interested in something else? Interested in being a leader for the Fall trimester? Please email the Steering Committee via the email button below so we know what is exciting our community.

 

                                 

Interested in possibly becoming a Shammash for the next round?  Have other ideas? We want to hear from you.  Email the Steering Committee by clicking on the button below.

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