We May Be Closed, But We're Still Here!
Shavua tov, KMers!

We hope you all had a restful and peaceful Shabbat.

Our goal at KM is to safeguard the health and safety of our community as well as our staff. And so, as with every other non-essential business, KM will be fully closed, and staff will be working remotely through Sunday, April 19 . We are doing our part!

Even though our building will be closed during this time, we are still accessible to you! Please read our contingency plan here.

Though our community may be separated physically, we are still humming along with the same ruach as always. Our synagogue family bands together in both good times and bad, and we have every intention in continuing that sacred tradition. We’re just finding new ways to do it.
In the coming weeks, we encourage you to...
Try one of our upcoming “virtual engagements.” Our clergy and staff has been brainstorming inventive and meaningful ways of interacting with all of you online. More information coming this week!
Continue to support Kehillat Ma'arav. We need the support of our community—and each other—now more than ever. The timely payment of financial commitments, as well as the blessings of tributes and other gifts , is still very much appreciated.
Reach out to a fellow congregant to say hello, or simply just to check on them during this stressful time. A voice-to-voice conversation can be uplifting and renewing, especially for those who live alone. Or call us--we love to gab!
Get ready for Passover! Though we are unable to host a community seder this year, we are working closely with Balabusta to bring kosher for Passover food options to you. Please keep an eye on your inbox for more information as their ordering deadline is March 26.