Learn with Us
Our house of learning enriches lives and is an integral part of what makes up our congregational family. From babies and new parents through senior adults, we bring people together and nurture their minds with diverse topics that help them learn and grow. It is through our many education programs that friendships begin and memories are made, as people explore their Jewish identity, history and much more. Our clergy, teachers and staff interact with everyone, from the youngest students to the more mature. Congregation Kol Ami has a world of learning to explore and makes it easily accessible to all.
Learning happens at all ages and at Congregation Kol Ami. From Shabbat morning Torah study to weekday classes to Scholar residences, adult learning opportunities abound. Join us. No previous study necessary for most programming.
Congregation Kol Ami Religious School offers Judaica and Hebrew education for students from early childhood education through 12th grade. We strive to empower our students with the knowledge to be active, informed members of the Jewish community. Our program develops Jewish identity, a sense of spirituality and a dedication to tikkun olam, responsibility to our world.
We pride ourselves on our dedicated teaching staff, nurturing atmosphere, and innovative programming. We provide many opportunities for family education and experiential learning.
The Early Childhood Center at Congregation Kol Ami offers educational programs designed to meet the developmental needs of the whole child in a warm and nurturing environment. Our philosophy is based on a comprehensive theory of child development which recognizes the equal importance of cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth of the well-being of the young child. Collectively, we emphasize an experience rich in Jewish culture, tradition, and values.
The Congregation Kol Ami library serves congregation members, staff, and the community by providing resources in a variety of formats to enhance the experience of Jewish life and the study of Judaism.