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About Us

A Community of Voices

Kol Ami means "voice of my people," and that's exactly who we are. A warm and vibrant community of voices raised in prayer and song, learning and celebration, compassion and support.

A respected congregation serving southern York Region and Northern Toronto (including Thornhill, Richmond Hill and Vaughan), Kol Ami is a family-oriented Reform Jewish community that values lifelong learning, spirited and musical prayer, Tikkun Olam (social action), and a meaningful, community-oriented Jewish life cycle.

We value member involvement on all levels and invite you to join us for a wide range of services and programs including:

  • Shabbat services and Torah study
  • High Holy Day and Festival observance
  • Robust Jewish education for all ages
  • Festive social events year-round
  • Community involvement and outreach

Kol Ami's Judaism is dynamic, blending tradition and modernity. Women and men participate equally in services, and we strive for a meaningful balance of Hebrew and English prayer.

Our Community

Kol Ami is a moderately sized dynamic Jewish community; small enough for everyone to meet and create a sense of family, yet big enough to offer a place for everyone.

Our community includes the following:

  • Hands-on learning for kids including Jewish literacy, identity, culture and values, with a strong Hebrew component. Our unique Saturday morning school program engages the whole family while emphasizing the importance of Shabbat.
  • Adult education on Jewish traditions, philosophy, and current events, as well as adult B'nai Mitzvah classes.
  • Commitment to Jewish peoplehood (K'lal Yisrael) and the state of Israel
  • Social and Festival activities, including Coffee House/talent show, Purim Carnival and Chanukah party, Family and Friends ski trips, theatre outings, game nights and much more.
  • Social action programs that inspire members of all ages, to help people in need in our community, including support for food banks, women's and homeless shelters, and more.
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