Looking for a Jewish community where you can be yourself? Temple Kol Tikvah, an independent Reform congregation, invites you to share the journey of life with us. We are a very down-to-earth community where your spirit can soar!
Our congregation is led by Rabbi Randy Kafka, and David Blocker is our Cantorial Soloist and Director of Education.
All are welcome: Interfaith couples, Individuals, Families, Seniors, LGBT individuals and families, Single parent families, Jews-by-choice, Empty nesters, Snow birds…YOU!
We take pride in our: Friendly dues structure… Innovative, one-day-a-week Hebrew School, “Tikvah Learning”… Joyful, well-attended Shabbat and holiday celebrations for all ages… Responsive and inspiring spiritual leadership… Flexible scheduling for bar and bat mitzvahs… Social Action projects… Adult social gatherings with opportunities for making meaningful connections… Active Sisterhood… Involved volunteer community from many surrounding towns… Handicap accessible building.
K is Kindness among the members of our little temple
O is Offering Opportunities to study and discuss with the rabbi
L is Ladies lead and men make music, a truly egalitarian experience
T is Trivia night is fun!
I is Inviting members’ input during services and meetings
K is the Komfort of Kommunity
V is Varied programs to suit Various ages and stages of life
A is A view toward the evolving needs of today’s Jewish community
H is Holidays that are Heartful and mindful. (by member Laurie Silver)
Click under “Curious About Membership” for testimonials from happy members!
Friday, August 28 – Open House! Dinner @ 6:30pm, followed by Shabbat service @ 7:30pm
Friday, September 11 @ 7:30pm – Open House Shabbat service
Sunday, September 13 @ 7:30pm – Erev Rosh Hashanah service (open to all)
Monday, September 14 @ 10:00am – Rosh Hashanah service (members and guests – register in advance, please); 1:00pm Tashlich at the lake (open to all); 2:30pm Children’s service (open to all)
Tuesday, September 22 @ 7:30pm – Kol Nidrei service (open to all)
Wednesday, September 23 @ 10:00am – Yom Kippur service (members and guests – register in advance, please); 1:00pm Children’s service (open to all); 5:00pm Afternoon/Yizkor service (open to all)
Order your copy of How to be a mensch: On the field and off, written by our children!