Welcome to Congregation KTI (Kneses Tifereth Israel)
interfaith service celebrating martin luther king
Rabbi Jaymee Alpert will be the Keynote Speaker at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Memorial Service on Sunday, January 24th at 6:00pm at Christ Church, 2 Rectory Street, Rye. Join congregants and clergy from neighboring churches and synagogues for the celebration, which will include readings from Dr. King's body of work, as well as musical performances.
make your mark at kti
Commemorate your family's lifecycle events with a personalized, engraved paver that will be part of a beautiful patio to be built near the entrance to the synagogue. Add your name or the name of a loved one to this place of honor and help support KTI. Engraved pavers can be used to celebrate bar or bat mitzvahs, weddings, graduations, births and other lifecycle events. For more information, pick up a brochure from the KTI office or at the link below. For questions, contact Jessie Berkowitz or Rita Unger.
save the date
The Annual Meeting of the Congregation will take place on Tuesday, January 26th at 8:15pm in the Daily Prayer room. The meeting will be preceded by Minyan at 8:00pm. Please plan to attend to vote on the budget and Trustee nominations for 2016.
ecp registration now open
Registration is now open for the 2016-17 school year, including the 2s, 3s and 4s ECP classes, 4s Enrichment programs and the Parent-Child program. Information and registration can be found at the link below.
remembering Mark Jacobowsky
As you may know, long-time KTI member Mark Jacobowsky passed away on December 21, 2015. Mark was a much valued contributor as a regular Torah reader, Gabbai, teacher and trustee. Please join us on Shabbat, January 30th at 9:30am to honor Mark and thank the many volunteers who enabled Mark's contributions. Donations in honor of Mark may be made payable to KTI, memo: Mark Jacobowsky Gabbai Fund. Your contribution will fund plaques in Mark's memory and will be earmarked for synagogue beautification projects.
neshama body and soul returns
Neshama Body and Soul combines movement and prayer. Our intention is to connect our physical and spiritual selves through strength-training, mobility, core work, and prayer. In using both exercise and themes from Jewish liturgy, we dedicate ourselves as whole beings - body, mind, and spirit. Join Rabbi Alpert and Fernando Martinez at KTI on Friday, January 15th at 7:15pm and Sunday, January 24th at 9:30am. Wear workout clothes and bring a towel or yoga mat.
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shop amazon, support kti
Every time you shop at Amazon.com, Amazon will give KTI a portion of the sale. Simply use the AmazonSmile link on the bottom left side of this page, log in to your Amazon account and shop away. You can also bookmark the page to make it easier. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. And you'll be helping KTI. Smile!
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