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Inclusive, progressive, and open to people of all levels
of Jewish observance and experience.
Congregation Kol Ami is Kansas City’s only synagogue located in Midtown.
Services are held at All Souls Unitarian on the Country Club Plaza,
4501 Walnut Kansas City, MO 64111.
Our schedule sometimes varies, so check our calendar for more information.


Welcome to Kehilat Kol Ami - our community, and our website. I am blessed that my Jewish journey has led me to be a part of this extraordinary group of caring and compassionate people, each on their own Jewish journey that has led them to each other, and to us.  We welcome you, whoever you are, and wherever you are on a Jewish path.

“Caring and compassionate” isn’t just a description of our community; it’s also a statement of our values and mission. We are committed to making sure that every person in our congregation knows they are valued.  It leads us to pursue acts of tikkun olam, of social justice and community activism to improve our city, our country, K'lal Yisrael (the Jewish community around the globe), and our world. Our location in mid-town Kansas City speaks to our intention to be a part of, and contributors to, a diverse urban community.

You are welcome to join with us for worship, learning, or any Kol Ami project.  I am always eager to talk with anyone about Kol Ami and Jewish life.  Please feel free to contact me by e-mail or phone to further discuss Kol Ami, or with any questions you may have.

 

B'Shalom-In Peace,

Rabbi Doug Alpert


Congregation Kol Ami
PO Box 2762
Mission, KS 66201
913-642-9000
office@kolamikc.com

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

  • Simchat Torah/Shabbat
    Friday, October 17 @6:45pm
    All Soul's
    Join us as we roll the Torah back to the beginning and start over again at B'reishit(Genesis).
  • Shabbat Worship
    Friday, October 24 @6:45pm
    All Soul's
    Lara Steinel will lead worship
  • Manheim Park Fall Festival
    Saturday, October 25
    10:30am-3pm
    Community Garden,
    43rd & Forest Ave.
    An interfaith (Jewish/Christian/
    Muslim/Buddhist) service at 10:30 is followed by a potluck/bbq and other festivities. Come meet our neighbors at this community event!
  • NO FORMAL WORSHIP
    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31 OR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1