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Congregation Kol Haverim

Congregation Kol Haverim - Voice of Friends

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Kol Haverim is a place where our community comes together to share our lives and to strive to make this world a better place.

We come here to learn, pray, celebrate and support each other with love and kindness.

Our ongoing mission is to create a vibrant, sacred congregation where each individual can feel at home and contribute his or her Jewish perspectives and personal talents to inspire us all.



Tami Sherman's 20th Anniversary Celebration

Please mark your calendar for the first weekend in November to celebrate Tami's 20 years of service as our Cantorial Soloist!  Join us for Shabbat services on Friday, November 4th at 7:30pm and on Saturday, November 5th from 7:30-11:30pm for a night of celebration with live music and dancing, cocktails, appetizers and desserts! All proceeds will be used for the celebration and for the CKH music fund. Questions? Please contact Patty Cohen at or (860) 490-8900.

To register for the Saturday night celebration, CLICK HERE.


Upcoming Social Action Activities

  • October 23rd, 12pm - 3pm.  Sort clothing donations for children.  Covenant to Care for Children is a Hartford-based organization that strives to provide direct assistance to Connecticut’s children who are neglected, abused and/or impoverished. They have many programs, one of which is collecting and distributing clothing to children in need in the greater Hartford area. As volunteers, our role would be to organize clothes donations so that they can be distributed at their Hartford office. For more information, contact Sara Goldstein Zaientz
  • Friday, November 4th: Serve meals with Loaves and Fishes. For more information and to volunteer, please contact Seth Molofsky, Email:
  • Saturday, November 5th: Prepare donations for families in need.  Hawkwing, a nonprofit based in Glastonbury, supports families on the Cheyenne River Lakota Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, located in the poorest county in the nation. Volunteers are needed to select and load boxes with books, toys, winter clothes and toiletries to be delivered to families in time for the holidays.  Children accompanied by adults may participate.   For more information and to volunteer, please contact Andrew Feller at
  • Carol’s Closet item of the month: tissues.  Please consider adding facial tissues (packaged in square or rectangular boxes and not the handi-small packs) to your shopping list and bringing them with you on your next visit to the synagogue.  You will be helping a local family in need!
Sat, 22 October 2016 20 Tishrei 5777