Congregation Kol Ami of Boca Raton

by Boca Raton Jewish News | Jul 13, 2022 | Reconstructionist Synagogues | 0 comments

Photo credits to Kol Ami FB page

Congregation Kol Ami of Boca Raton

Congregation Kol Ami is the only Reconstructing Judaism synagogue in the area with a welcoming and intimate environment. Once known as Congregation Beth Israel, this modern-day space has been filled with a vibrant energy for over 50 years thanks to its members and religious leaders who regularly seek new ways to connect with the world outside of their doors.

Congregation Kol Ami in Boca Raton, Florida is a dynamic and socially active congregation that seeks to provide a welcoming environment for all types of people. As a lay-led congregation with low overhead costs, they are able to keep their yearly membership prices at an affordable rate.

As a result, they may provide a pleasant Jewish environment while promoting a level of engagement that is agreeable for each of their participants and accommodating for all members.

If you are in search of a synagogue that has a warm and welcoming atmosphere, Kol Ami may be the right place for you. With friendly congregants and a welcoming staff, this team-oriented synagogue is perfect for families seeking to deepen their faith and add to their community.

Congregation Kol Ami was founded in 1963 by a group of individuals who were looking for a synagogue that would provide the type of services they desired. These people wanted a synagogue that was in-line with the principles and philosophy of Reconstructing Judaism at the time which emphasized intellectualism as well as spirituality, so they decided to found their own congregation.

The congregation is committed to providing spiritual growth and development through participation in meaningful worship and study, as well as through community service. The congregation observes an array of holy days throughout the year to commemorate our faith.

The congregation offers a variety of courses for people of all ages and backgrounds. This includes youth programs, adult education, Hebrew classes, bar and bat mitzvahs, baby namings, and much more.

Beth DeRicco is the current president of the congregation. She has been an active member of various committees and a relied upon voice in the community.


Source: Kol Ami Congregation Boca Raton

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