Welcome to Congregation Kol Ami, the synagogue in Kansas City’s urban core. Small, non-affiliated, progressive, warm, eclectic, and LGBT-friendly, Kol Ami aims to become a hub for Jewish activity in the city’s center. With a focus on music, lively discussion and Social Justice, we welcome people of all levels of Jewish observance and experience. Interfaith families, singles and searchers find Kol Ami a safe and welcoming place to explore their Jewish journeys.
Spring Session: Sunday Afternoon, April 2nd Mark your calendars now, and invite your friends to this year’s “Spring Session,” a concert featuring area composers and their original Jewish songs. There are fifteen composers signed up so far to share one or two original Jewish pieces at this event. Besides the Beth Torah crew, we’ll hear from people like Rabbi Scott White, Rabbi Jonathan Rudnick, Cantor Sharon Kohn, Linda Salvay, Rachel Black, and Lara Steinel. We’ll also be inviting other guests to the spotlight: Howard Iceberg, a legend of the Kansas City music scene, and Warren Sickel, co-music director at Temple Beth Sholom in Topeka. TheRead More →