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KJ Goes Virtual

We hope you are faring well under the circumstances. Our prayers are with all those ill and impacted by COVID-19, and please be mindful to reach out to those you know who may need your help.

KJ remains closed, and we know we made the correct decision. Based on the CDC guidelines that were issued yesterday, it is clear that our building will remain closed for the foreseeable future. Nevertheless, we are committed to providing all of our members spiritual and personal support at this time. We will not only continue our regular classes, but we will offer an expanded programming schedule in the days and weeks to come. Above all, every member of our clergy team is available for conversation, questions, and counseling. KJ remains open for business!

Please regularly check back here as that is where you will find the most up to date information on all programming. We are also maintaining a robust presence on Zoom and Social Media (Facebook and Instagram), and various congregational WhatsApp groups are being formed.(See HERE for instructions on how to join a Zoom Meeting.)

KJ WhatsApp groups

General Congregation




KJ Blogs

Rabbi Steinmetz (he is blogging daily)

Rabbi Weinstock

Fri, November 27 2020 11 Kislev 5781