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Temple Kol Emeth Hosting Ice Cream Social/Open House

Event takes place on Sunday, July 27 at 3 p.m.

Credit: Temple Kol Emeth-Marietta, GA/Facebook
Credit: Temple Kol Emeth-Marietta, GA/Facebook
From Temple Kol Emeth

The community is invited to an Ice Cream Social at Temple Kol Emeth located at 1415 Old Canton Road in Marietta. The event takes place on Sunday, July 27th at 3 p.m.

Shul shoppers will get the chance to interact with current TKE members, the board of trustees, and our clergy team led by Rabbi Steven Lebow and Rabbi Erin Boxt. For the kids, there will be games, arts and crafts, and much more.

Additionally, kids and teens in 3rd grade through 12th can meet with Justin Blake, TKE’s Youth and Family Director. The age groups are broken down by: Kol Yeladim (3rd-5th grades), Gesher (6th-7th grades), and Jr. KEFTY and KEFTY (8th-12th grades). Each group does pot luck meals, goes to various local entertainment venues like Mountasia and Six Flags, and attends regional youth conventions to just to name a few. Your children can become members of these wonderful groups by sharing fun times and religious experiences.

Learn more about the Temple Kol Emeth culture by meeting the directors of our award winning religious school and the MJCCA Sunshine School. All housed at Temple Kol Emeth, these amazing learning opportunities help our children to build the foundation of Jewish learning from an early age.

There are also many opportunities for adult members at Temple Kol Emeth. From the Women of Reform Judaism, Brotherhood, adult Hebrew lessons, choir, Torah studies, our annual Purimspiel performance, mah jong, bowling team, there is something for every adult at Temple Kol Emeth.

As always, the community is welcome to join us for our Shabbat Services on Fridays at 8:00. For more information on the ice cream social and Temple Kol Emeth, please visit www.kolemeth.net.



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