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Rosh Hashanah begins on Sunday evening, September 25th.

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Religious School Registration for 2022-2023

Registration is now open for the 2022-2023 religious school year. 

The new Upper School program for eighth through twelfth grades has been announced.  It will meet on Sundays 11:30am-1pm, beginning on October 23.

Visit for tuition fees and registration link.
Please register students who will be attending, so that we can begin planning and be sure to bill appropriately.  The first Sunday session is September 11, 2022 and the first Wednesday session is September 21, 2022.  Kindergarten through second grades meet Sundays 9-11am, third through sixth grades meet Sundays 9-11am and Wednesdays 4-6pm, seventh grade meets Wednesdays 6-8pm.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Religious School Principal, at

Jewish Views of Abortion - Resources

Abortion access is a Jewish value — plain and simple.

National Council of Jewish Women’s Jewish Fund for Abortion Access puts this value into action: connecting real people who need abortions with the money they need to access care.

DONATIONS:  Jewish Fund for Abortion Access in partnership with National Abortion Foundation

See our Streaming Services Page for instructions on how to join online services.

  • Friday Night Shabbat Services: Fridays at 7:30 pm or at 6:00 on the First Friday of the month.  
  • Saturday Morning Torah Study (most weeks, except when there's a Bar/Bat Mitzvah): Saturdays at 10 -- contact the office for the schedule.  


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Face masks are recommended but not required. Services are offered in person and by streaming via Zoom or Boxcast. 

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Rabbi Dr. Kari Tuling: or Christine: by email or phone: 860-633-3966. 

If you are in need of gift cards, or an item from the Sisterhood Gift Shop, please contact Christine and she will make arrangements for pick up or delivery.


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.


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