Torah

Gabbaing 101

Gabbai – Pronounced: GAH-bye, Origin: Aramaic, literally “tax collector,” but today means someone who assists with the Torah reading in …

4th of July BBQ

Join us for a fun and festive Annual Independence Day BBQ! Sparklers, yummy treats, and more! Thursday, July 4th, 5-7pm …

Complete Shavuot Schedule

Celebrate Shavuot, שבועות, the Festival of Weeks, with KBR! The holiday commemorates the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. …

Virtual Yizkor Book

May G-d remember the soul of my departed loved on, who has gone on to his or her world, because, without making a vow, I shall give to charity on his or her behalf.  -The Yizkor Prayer

Four times a year (Passover, Shavuot, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot), in the Yizkor prayer we remember our loved ones who have gone to their eternal home. As part of the Yizkor service, we give charity so that the merit of our mitzvah can be an elevation for their souls.

Kol BeRamah is introducing a wonderful opportunity for performing this mitzvah. By pledging now, in advance of the holiday, you can have your loved ones listed in our Virtual Yizkor Book. During the Yizkor service at Kol BeRamah, we will be saying a special memorial prayer for all those listed, by name.

For only $18 per name, your loved one will be included for Yizkor of both Passover and Shavuot.