Hakol  Weekly Newsletter 
June 6, 2018 

Friday

June 8
7:30 pm
Shabbat Services
  

Saturday
June 9
9 am - Torah Study

10:30 am -
Meditation Service

5 pm - B'nai Mitzvah of Grayson, Zachary, & Addison Marini
Shabbat Shalom!
Supper Club will be meeting at PCC in Redmond at 5:30 pm.

Shabbat service will be led by Rabbi Yohanna Kinberg. Music will be provided by Asher Hashash.

Torah Study this week will cover Sh'lach.
 
A Meditation Service will directly follow Torah Study. All are welcome!

Join in the Kol Ami Community Celebration when Grayson, Zachary, & Addison Marini are called to the Torah as a B'nai Mitzvah! This will be an evening Havdalah service.
This week with Rabbi Kinberg
 
We need 7 righteous souls to help us meet a very important goal this year! Will you be one?
 
Life and Legacy is Kol Ami's plan for our sustainable future. Through the generosity of a foundation, we will be granted $7500 this year if we can find 7 more individuals who are willing to make a commitment to include Kol Ami, at whatever amount desired, in your planned giving for after you pass.
 
After I pass? I know. Not what you might have on your agenda to do today-to plan for your death. But please know-we all must plan and we all must consider our responsibility to future generations. Life and Legacy is easy. You sign a letter of intent and then work out the details later-of how much, how, when and what you might leave to our community. And also know-we are building up our sustainability fund. So far over one quarter of our families have made a commitment to be a part of this and we already have savings growing.
 
Click here to find out more information about Life and Legacy. If you're ready to sign a Letter of Intent, you can find it here. If you appreciate what Judaism brings to our world and want to envision a world where Jews always have a place to gather, learn and act together-please consider becoming a Life and Legacy member.
 
Without you, those who prioritize supporting the Jewish community, none of what we do is possible. Our community is supported 100 percent by those who call themselves members/haverim. The commitment makes Jewish life possible in our region. Thank you for your support now and in the future.
 
B'shalom,
Rabbi Kinberg
Please click here for a flyer with our summer events at Kol Ami.
UPCOMING EVENTS
   
Senior Schmooze
June 7
12 pm
 
Bring a brown bag lunch and join in a discussion of Jews in the news and other interesting topics.
 
  
Kol Isha Pot Luck Brunch
June 10
10:30 am
Gather with friends old and new at this end of the year brunch. Rabbi Kinberg will be a special speaker. Bring a dish to share or just come and enjoy! Contact Sara for details.
Shernicoff
Bar Mitzvah
June 16
10:30 am

Join the celebration as Joel Shernicoff is called to the Torah. Service will be followed by a light lunch. Other events are scheduled. Click here for the evite.
  
Life & Legacy
 
We only need 6 more Letters of Intent by June 30 to receive a $7,500 grant from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. You do not have to be a Kol Ami member to fill one out! Contact Donna or the office today if you can help us reach our goal!
Pride Shabbat
July 15
6:30 pm
 
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle and Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue invite the community to Pride Shabbat, a celebration of LGBTQ Jews, friends, families, and allies. Click here for details.  
Pledge Renewal
 
It's time to renew your Pledge for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. Help Kol Ami grow and thrive. Click here to make your Pledge today!
 
Oneg Sign-Up

If you would like to host an upcoming Oneg, go here to secure your date. If you need help, contact the office for details.

Contact Us
16530 Avondale Rd NE
Woodinville, WA 98077
425-844-1604
admin@kolaminw.org 
www.kolaminw.org  

Office Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday between 9 am and 2 pm
Closed Wednesdays, Weekends & Holidays
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