Progress to our goal:   81%

The KI community started planning for our centennial five years ago. Not by planning a simple anniversary party, but by looking inward at who we have been, who we are today, and who we want to be tomorrow. Many of you have attended meetings, offered suggestions, shaped the emerging plan and pledged support. Whether you’ve already engaged or not, we want to invite you to get involved and learn more. Because of all the many exciting aspects of KI Next, we are most excited about our community coming together to make this vision a reality.Read more

KI President’s Speech Kol Nidre 5777

Shana tova!

I’m David Williams, president of Congregation Kehillath Israel, and it’s my honor to speak with you tonight.

After close to a decade of planning for KI’s second century, we have been busy this year translating […]

KI Announces Partnership with Congregation Mishkan Tefila

On April 7th, the Congregation Kehillath Israel Board of Trustees took a major step towards the realization of their “KI Next” vision—creating an innovative model for urban Judaism for the next 100 years—by formally welcoming a new major partner, Congregation Mishkan Tefila to its Brookline campus.

Construction is beginning at KI!

We have begun Phase 1 of our exciting KI Next initiative – restoration and repair of the exterior and roof of our Sanctuary building! All sections of both buildings will be accessible at all times – here’s what you need to know...

Partner Interview: Sulam

Sulam provides Hebrew immersion and intensive Judaic study afterschool. They have been a KI partner for four years. We asked them about their goals and how they fit into the long-term vision of KI.

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