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This Week at Kol HaLev

Upcoming this week in August
Tue 22
Rosh Chodesh Elul
Wed 23
Rosh Chodesh Elul
Fri 25
Shabbat Unplugged
Sat 26
Parshat Shoftim
Torah Study (Rabbi's Tisch)
Shabbat Morning Service
Shabbat Morning Service


Why you should register with Kol HaLev

This site is set up to be a self-service site.  We're small.  Virtually everyone who handles finances are volunteers.  Of course, we all volunteer gladly--we love this community and we want to see it thrive.  And, we're sure you do too.  One way that we can thrive is through the help of all of our members to self-serve their own accounts.  It's basically pretty effortless.  All you need to do is register for an account.  Yeah, you'll need a password, but given the size of help it provides that's a tiny burden--and if you have a Gmail account, or use any Google app you can sign in using your Google credentials.  Google sign in is effortless, you just click sign in with Google at the login prompt (upper right menu bar) and it takes you to the Google login page.  You're then set up to go--but you can only do that if you register.  You can click on "register now" (upper right menu bar) or just click here.
Change Your Temporary Password--And using Google sign-in:
If you are unsure of how to change your temporary password or use your existing Google sign-in clicking on this link will take you to a page with a video showing you how to change your temporary password. The link above also contain a video for how to use your Google credentials for signing in.

Calling All String Players ♪♪♪

Kol HaLev is now the proud sponsor of two new music ensembles, one for youth and one for adults. (These groups are in addition to the “Shabbat Unplugged” band, and are open to KHL members & friends.) If you play violin, viola, cello, acoustic guitar, mandolin, ukulele, clarinet, or flute, and are interested in joining either the youth or the adult ensemble, please notify either Paula (443) 391-6839 or Michael (443) 862-6996. Ensemble members will learn to play Jewish music, including Israeli, Klezmer, and Sacred, and will have the opportunity to perform for holiday gatherings & special services at Kol HaLev.

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