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  • Torah

    Aliyah Donation

    Donation upon receiving an aliyah to the Torah.

  • Community Second Seder

    From: $180.00

    Join Rabbi Ron & Rivkah Wittenstein for a Meaningful, Song-Filled Seder.

    Saturday Night, March 31
    Evening Services, 7:45pm
    Seder Begins Promptly at 8:05pm

    $54/Adult, Students & Children join for FREE!

    Bring a friend! After your first ticket, additional adult tickets, 1/2 price.
    Space is limited — RSVP soon to secure your seats!

    Co-Sponsorships ($180) include admission for 2 adults.

  • Donate A Chumash

    $55.00

    This is the Chumash that we use for Shabbat and holiday services, as well as for learning during the week.  It contains the Hebrew text and English translations of the Torah, the Haftarahs, and the Five Megillot, as well as a comprehensive commentary.

  • Donate A Library Book

    $0.00

    The Kol BeRamah library includes both references works and books available for loan.  The list here are some particular items that we have determined are vitally needed for our library.  If there is another book you are interested in donating, which is not listed here, please speak to the Rabbi.

  • Friends of KBR

    From: $50.00 / month

    By becoming a member of Y’didim/Friends of Kol BeRamah you help support our general operations, speakers, and special programming.

    In order to sustain our community, we ask everyone who is able to join at the $1,600/year (or more) level, either by pledging an additional gift amount, or by joining one of our giving societies.

    • Chevrat HaTorah (the Torah Society) supports the Rabbi’s continuing presence in our community.
    • Chevrat HaBayit (the Building Society) supports rent and upkeep of our beautiful facility.

    Basic Membership: $600/year ($50/month)

  • General Donation

    Help support KBR with a one-time donation of any amount.

  • High Holiday Prayerbooks

    $65.00

    Donate Artscroll Machzorim (High Holiday prayerbooks).  This is the book we use at Kol BeRamah on the High Holidays.  The price includes a two-book set, one for Rosh HaShannah and one for Yom Kippur.

  • Library Fund

    A dedicated fund to be used for purchasing books for KBR’s library.  The library includes both references works and books available for loan.

  • Rabbi Scher Memorial Fund

    May Rabbi Mordechai Yosef Scher’s memory be a blessing for all his family and friends and for all his beloved Kol BeRamah community.

    Dr. Scher has also requested that any donations that people wish to give in Rav Mordechai’s memory be given to Kol Beramah, to the Rabbi Scher Memorial Fund.

    May Hashem comfort the family among all mourners of Zion and Yerushalayim.

  • Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund

    A fund, directed by the Rabbi, to support individuals in need, other worthy organizations, and underfunded KBR activities he wishes to prioritize.

  • Rosh HaShanah Community Dinner

    $0.00$100.00

    Free for Friends of KBR!
    Suggested Donation: $36/one person, $54/two people.
    Kids & Students are Free.

  • Rosh HaShanah Community Dinner (Members, Students, and Kids)

    $0.00

    Free for Friends of KBR!
    Suggested Donation: $36/one person, $54/two people.
    Kids & Students are Free.

  • Rosh HaShanah Community Dinner (Non-member)

    $36.00

    Free for Friends of KBR!
    Suggested Donation: $36/one person, $54/two people.
    Kids & Students are Free.

  • Rosh HaShanah Dinner Sponsorship

    Suggested: $100.00

    Help make our delicious Rosh HaShanah Community Dinner possible!

  • Seder Starter Kit

    Suggested: $25.00

    This year, Seder night is Friday night, March 30 — what better time to make your own, beautiful Seder, surrounded by friends and family?

    Let KBR help you make your own Seder! Includes 3 round, handmade matzot, bottles of good-quality kosher wine and grape juice, and a set of Haggadahs.

    Suggested donation: $25.

    Quantities are very limited. Order today!

  • Shavuot in Greece!

    Suggested: $18.00
    Join us for a special

    Shavuot Afternoon Learning Program

    Sunday, May 20 – Please RSVP!

    Celebrate Shavuot with the cuisine and the Torah of the Jewish communities of Greece.
    Did you know that Jewish people have lived in Greece for at least 2400 years? Come enjoy a delicious dairy lunch featuring Greek delicacies, and stay for our Annual Shavuot Afternoon Learning Program on topics inspired by Jewish Greece. Complete list of topics coming soon!

    Services, including the reading of Megillat Rut (The Book of Ruth), begin at 9am, followed by our Community Shavuot Meal & Afternoon Learning Program.

    Following our delicious community Shavuot meal, please join us for a Dessert Buffet & Afternoon Learning Program about Torah of Greece. Enjoy cheesecakes, fruit and coffee and explore the following topics led by various members of our community:

    • 1:30 pm The Wise Men of Athens & Their Discussions with Our Sages – Rabbi Ron
    • 2:15 pm From the Seder to Shavuot: the Lessons of the First Fruits – Jay Taffel
    • 3:00 pm Torah of the Izhbitzer Rebbe – Len Goodman
    • 3:45 pm From Prophecy to Philosophy: Where Have All the Idols Gone?!  – Rabbi Ron