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הנה מה טוב ומה נעים שבת אחים גם יחד - Hineh mah tov umah na'im shevet achim gam yachad.
How good and how pleasant it is to be together in community. (Psalm 133)

Kol Ami is a Kehilah Kedoshah - a Holy Community. Our members are a diverse and active group of people who are interested in engaging in Jewish life in many different ways - through learning, prayer, music, food, community, social action, and much more. Some of our members are just beginning their Jewish journey, while others are extremely knowledgeable about ritual, history, and Hebrew. All of us are committed to building a congregation that is inclusive and welcoming of all - from young families to seniors, from married couples to singles, interfaith, LGBTQ+, and families of all backgrounds.

In line with these values, Kol Ami has introduced a Community Commitment model, replacing our traditional flat fee membership dues. There are many benefits to switching to the  Community Commitment model. “Membership dues” are a transaction; CC is voluntary support of your congregation, to the best of your ability. The Community Commitment model speaks to our value of inclusiveness: there is no Dues Relief process; no questions are asked and no explanations need be given for any level of support.

We would love to have you as part of our congregation.

For more information, contact our office at 905-709-2620 or email

To renew your membership, please log into your account.

New members please proceed below.

Welcome to Kol Ami! Whether you are renewing your membership or joining us for the first time, we are delighted you have chosen to be part of the Kol Ami community this year. We hope that you will find membership an enriching experience and encourage you to explore the diverse opportunities for Jewish expression that Kol Ami offers.

Please call our office at 905.709.2620 if you have any questions or need assistance in filling out this application.

If you are an existing member please be sure to login first.

Adult 1 Information

eg: he/him, she/her, they/them, etc.

Adult 2 Information

Please include the names of all your children under the age of 25 as they are included in your membership. Children 26 and older must apply for membership on their own.

Child 1

Child 2

Child 3

Child 4

Community Commitment

Strengthening Together: Introducing a Minimum $500 Membership Commitment

As we strive to build a stronger and more vibrant synagogue community, we have carefully considered the financial sustainability necessary to support our shared vision. By introducing a minimum $500 membership commitment, we can ensure the continuity of our valuable services, educational programs and community outreach initiatives.
This decision aligns with our commitment to providing an enriching and spiritually fulfilling experience for all members, while fostering a sense of collective responsibility in supporting our sacred community. We recognize the significance of this change and remain dedicated to transparent communication, offering flexibility to accommodate individual circumstances, and expressing our heartfelt gratitude for your continued support.

Be a Sustainer!

Did you know that it costs approximately $3,600 per family to fully sustain the yearly operations of Kol Ami?

By supporting Kol Ami as a Sustainer, together we can continue to create a thriving community that fosters spritiual growth, connection, and a lasting impact on the lives of our members.

If you have any questions about Community Commitment membership please contact the Kol Ami office.
Gifts can be divided into as many as 12 monthly installments***
Please enter the amount you wish to contribute this year for your  Community Commitment.

ARZA Canada is the Zionist Organization of the Canadian Reform Movement. ARZA Canada works to increase Israel engagement and helps to create an Israel that is both Jewish and democratic. ARZA Canada partners with the growing Israel Reform Movement which is working toward the goals of democracy, equality, and pluralism.  ARZA Canada membership dues are $18 per adult 18 years of age and older. Kol Ami members are strongly encouraged to be members of ARZA Canada.

ARZA has changed their membership policy. It is now $18 per adult as a voluntary contribution.

By ticking this box, I agree that Kol Ami may share my email address with ARZA Canada for the purpose of receiving communications by email from ARZA Canada. Your personal information will be processed by ARZA Canada in compliance with its own privacy policy available on its website. You may unsubscribe from such communication at any time by following the instructions in each such email.

  • $1050 for first child registered in Grades K-7.
  • $950 for second and subsequent children registered in the same family in Grades K-7.
  • $1050 B'nai Mitzvah fee for children in grade 7 (in addition to tuition. Covers tutoring and other expenses.)
  • $360 fee for child registered in the Madrichim program (grades 8-10).
Kol Ami is committed to supporting families from our community who have experienced severe financial challenges and cannot afford to pay for their children’s part-time Jewish education. In order to ensure that every child receives the Jewish education they deserve, Kol Ami has partnered with the UJA Federation of Greater Toronto through UJA Community Scholarships. If you require subsidy for the Kol Ami School, please reach out to Jenn for more information.


Kol Ami is committed to fostering an inclusive environment, helping each child meaningfully participate in Jewish life. The following questions will allow us to cater our program to the needs and abilities of your child.


We have a number of students who suffer from severe nut allergies. Even trace amounts of a problem food can cause a life-threatening allergic reaction.  

Please help us maintain a safe community by keeping all nuts and nut products out of the school (peanuts, walnuts, almonds and all other tree nuts). Even those foods labelled with “may contain" or "traces of" in the list of ingredients can be harmful. We appreciate your assistance in making the school safe for every student.

While we strive to be a nut aware facility, we cannot guarantee that your child will not come into contact with products containing nuts. Every reasonable effort will be made to provide a nut aware environment at Kol Ami. Our Staff, members, and students cannot be held responsible. The ultimate responsibility lies with the parents and student to ensure their safety. It is therefore important that if your child has serious allergies, inform us upon registration, and provide any necessary instructions and an EpiPen.

Who is allowed to pick up your child(ren) from school?

Please list two people that we may contact in the event we are unable to reach a parent in an emergency.

e.g. grandparent, aunt, family friend, etc.
e.g. grandparent, aunt, family friend, etc.

If we or our emergency contact cannot be reached cannot be reached in the event of a medical emergency, we hereby give permission to the physician or hospital selected by the school or its selected representative, to hospitalize and/or secure proper treatment for our child(ren) named above. We understand that any costs incurred will be our responsibility.

From time to time, limited information about your child(ren) may be disclosed beyond the scope of Temple Kol Ami. This may include the release of students' ages, grades, images, artwork, writing or other school related work to the media for publicity, displays, newsletters, etc. If you do not consent to the release of information, you must notify the temple office in writing, prior to the start of the school year.

Kol Ami has a Privacy Policy, Screening and Hiring procedures, and Supervision/Intervention policies that are available from the office upon request.

Member High Holy Day TicketsMember High Holy Days Tickets

High Holy Days services will be in-person and on ZOOM. The ZOOM link will be emailed the week of September 11th.

Note that physical tickets will not be issued. Register here to let us know how you will be attending.

September 15, 2023 - Erev Rosh Hashanah
Zoom evening service

September 16, 2023 - Rosh Hashanah Day 1
Family Service:
Regular Service:
September 24, 2023 - Kol Nidre Night
Regular Service:
September 25, 2023 - Yom Kippur Service
Family Service:
Regular Service:
September 25, 2023 - Neilah Service
Regular Service:

Includes, Community Support, ARZA membership and High Holy Day tickets, and/or school registration fees.


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