First Session Jan. 12, 2020 2:00 - 3:30 pm Click here for more information and to register. Free and open to the Jewish community with the help of a generous grant from the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.
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
Have you ever given a drash at KHN? Send it to email@example.com to share on our Dvarim page. Visit the page to read sermons delivered by Rabbi Zari, our bar & bat mitzvah students, and KHN members.
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Get to Know Us Join us for an informal chat and nosh with Rabbi Zari, congregation leadership, and other KHN members. Sunday, November 3rd | 10 AM Coffee, nosh & conversation at a member's home Sunday, December 8th | 1 PM Coffee and Q&A at a local coffee house RSVP to Membership@khnseattle.org Locations provided [...]
Reflections on KHN's travels in Israel and the Emerging State of Palestine This past summer, nineteen members of Kol HaNeshamah went to Israel and the West Bank (also known as The Emerging State of Palestine/The Occupied Territories). Over this year, we hope to share reflections and learning from our experiences there. Friday evening, November 1st [...]
Everyone is welcome! Join us for a special quarterly Shabbat with something for all ages. We'll start at 5:45 with snacks, and an early, short, kid-friendly service at 6:00. All ages are welcome to join in the potluck dinner at 6:30. We will continue after dinner with Erev Shabbat services at 7:30. This week: Israel [...]