We are proud to be a congregation diverse in age range, talents, observance and interests.

Services, leadership, and all activities are built around volunteer guidance and input from members. Throughout our 40-year history, we have never had a paid rabbinic staff, but we do have many members with skills and experience leading services and reading from the Torah. We have many others as well who are looking to deepen their knowledge and experience with Judaism. We welcome all.

We see a sense of community as integral to Kohelet. Through sickness and health, celebration and grieving, we strive to be supportive to each other.

Our building is more like home than an institution and we invite you to join us as we learn together and support each other as a community.