Calling all Members January 31 - February 2 Join us at Kol HaNeshamah’s sixth Congregational Retreat at Camp Kalsman in Arlington, WA. Friday, January 31st - Sunday, February 2, 2020. All KHN member households are invited for a sensational weekend. We will spend the days relaxing, learning, and connecting with our community. Guests young and old [...]
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Take a break from winter break and celebrate Chanukah with KHN. Something for everyone! Bring your homemade latkes or a potluck dish. We'll have the fixings & back-up latkes, just in case. Little kid fun starts at 4:30 Latke potluck at 5:30 Light menorahs & songs at 6:00 Game night starts at 6:30
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I believe the Jews put too much power into the golden calf while our government is putting too much power into a vision of America
I have thought of language as a flock of birds, since like birds our stories transcend borders.
To be a Jew, and to participate in this annual ritual, is—I believe--to be able to see our own, as well as others’ humanity, more broadly. We come together on this day not only for ourselves, not only for the community whose destiny we share, but also for the larger collective enterprise that we call humanity.
It’s a lovely thing to come together under one big tent, but I also value being part of a community that gets to define itself, a community that represents my way of being Jewish.