Tu B'Shvat Seder
Torah Study Shabbats 9:30am
Join us every Saturday! September led by Eric Orlin October led by Michael Sarko November led by Jake Fawcett. December led by Kara Schoonmaker January led by Richard Curtis February...
KHN Morning Minyan via Zoom Sundays 9:15-9:45am, come kibbitz starting at 9am. https://zoom.us/j/94263254073?pwd=dEtzT3pnaUVIQit6ZmErK29DZnpodz09 Meeting ID: 942 6325 4073 Passcode: CHAI KHN Congregants gather on Sunday mornings to connect...
Online Kabbalat Shabbat
Join us for online Kabbalat Shabbat services, first and third Fridays on Zoom. Swing by a few minutes early on Zoom to schmooze, we'll let...
Kol HaNeshamah is an intimate congregation with a warm approach to tradition. Shabbat is the cornerstone of our community. We meet twice a month on the first and third Friday and Saturday to worship at Alki UCC, near Alki Beach in West Seattle.
Ours is a progressive synagogue rejoicing in Torah, Avodah (Worship/Prayer), Tzedek and Tikkun (Justice and Healing) but specializing in K’hillah (Community). We attract members from all around Seattle who believe a synagogue is a place to experience the joys of Judaism. We deeply believe in inclusivity. We are young, old, families, singles, single parents, interfaith, straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered.
Our Rabbi, with support from an ensemble of lay-leaders, conducts Friday night services in a welcoming musical environment. Services are followed by a community dairy and kosher fish potluck. Saturday mornings begin with study for both adults and children, followed by a Torah service for all.
Kol HaNeshamah offers a Hebrew school for children and an educational program for adults along with festive celebrations of Jewish holidays. We are also involved in Tikkun Olam activities, including support of the West Seattle Foodbank and Habitat for Humanity.
No dues or tickets are required for any of our services. If you are interested in membership, go to the membership page for details. Kol HaNeshamah is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism.
at Kol HaNeshamah (Alki UCC) 6115 SW Hinds St. Seattle, WA 98116
Shabbat Evening Services Friday, May 4 at 7:00 pm
6:15-6:45 pm Tot Shabbat with Rabbi Zari! Parents and children welcome!
7:00 pm Shabbat Evening Service
Please join us this Friday evening as we honor Pastor Diane Darling, who is retiring after 17 years as the Pastor at Alki UCC. We will celebrate her years of friendship and support to our community, and give her blessings as she moves on to the next chapter of her life. We will be welcoming other guests to our service and to the potluck following; please bring a dish to share with at least 8-10 people (no meat, shellfish, nuts).
Shabbat Morning Services Saturday and Kiddush Luncheon, May 5 at 10:45 am
9:30-10:30 am Torah Study. All are welcome!
10:45 a.m. Shabbat morning services All are welcome
Bar Mitzvah of Theo S.
Message from Rabbi Zari Weiss
“Shalom! I’m delighted that you’ve found your way to our website. Let me tell you a little bit about myself, and why I love our synagogue community. I have been blessed to be the rabbi and spiritual leader of Kol HaNeshamah since July 2010. Although I served two congregations previously, I took a break from congregational life and explored different ways of being a rabbi. I studied, served, and taught something called Spiritual Direction or Spiritual Companioning, which is about being a companion to another person on their spiritual journey, which is the journey of life! I created a non-profit organization, the purpose of which was to do organizing around issues of justice here in the Seattle Jewish community. And I served part-time and on an interim basis at a number of congregations in the area. I always knew that I wanted to return to congregational life, but was waiting until I found the right place, as I have at last, here at Kol HaNeshamah. It is a great community, made up of lovely, thoughtful, insightful and creative people who are committed to cultivating meaningful Jewish lives and exploring and expanding what it means to be Jewish, and a Jewish community, in the 21st Century. We welcome you to come and celebrate Shabbat with us, or attend a class or workshop, or share a Shabbat dinner in one of our member’s homes. We hope that you might find that KHN is your spiritual and religious home as well, and will become a part of us. If you’d like to talk with me further, please don’t hesitate to contact me by phone at (206) 935-2366 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to meeting you sometime soon!”
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