Dear KI Community,
We are living in extraordinary and challenging times. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic requires us to be physically apart, there are so many ways we can remain spiritually connected as a congregation and individuals. To maintain and nurture our connections, we have added many features to our KI Website. Consider it your KI “go to place” to find out what is available online at KI. You will find special Zoom meetings, Shabbat services, adult education programs and more. Our Preschool and JQuest communities have additional, daily resources specific to their programs. We invite you to take a moment and explore Kipah.org to learn more about KI’s history and heritage. If anyone in the congregation is in need of direct pastoral support, please be in touch with our clergy directly. Their contact information is available on this website.
Several years ago, we ran a very successful Hazak Campaign at KI. The motto of that campaign came from the Shabbat morning service. It declared, “Let us be strong, let us be strong and let us strengthen one another.” (Hebrew below) Today that message more than ever. Together we are stronger. Together we will prevail!
Hazak, Hazak v’Nithazaik!
Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D.