Welcome to Congregation KTI (Kneses Tifereth Israel)
join us for a hannukah celebration
KTI's Hanukkah Celebration will take place on Saturday, December 20th, following Shabbat services (approximately 11:30). Join us for a special Kiddush and celebration. There will be fun for all, including the KTI Kids Choir, homemade latkes and dreidel cookie decorating. Please RSVP to the KTI Office by December 12. More details can be found at the link below.
ecp 2015-16 registration now open
Registration for the 2015-2016 Early Childhood Program is now open. Class schedules, information and registration forms can be found at the link below.
ecp december vacation camp
Looking for something for your 3-6 year old to do during December vacation? Give ECP's Vacation Camp a try. Camp will meet 9am - 1pm on December 26, 29, 30 and 31.
keep up with kti
The latest edition of the KTItems newsletter can be found here. If you'd like to be added to our mailing list, please send us your email address. We'll keep you up to date.
say thanks to the idf this hanukkah
We ask you to remember IDF troops who are deployed as we celebrate Hanukkah. They put themselves on the line every day and will not be able to spend the holiday with their loved ones. The KTI community would like to let them know that they are in our thoughts and prayers this holiday season by sending pizza, soda and jelly donuts. We ask you to help continue the genorosity KTI has shown in previous years. Please send a check or cash to the Rabbi's Discretionary Fund, earmarked for IDF Pizza/Donuts, by December 15th.
stand with israel
KTI President Larry Engle has a special message for the congregation and the community about the recent violence in Israel.
be the 'i' in kti
The KTI community depends on volunteers, like you, to make it a vibrant center of Jewish life and activity. As we build and develop relationships between and among KTI and its members, we invite you to join one or more of our many committees by clicking the Volunteer Today link. The call to action has sounded. Say "I AM KTI" and join a committee today!
looking for the Rabbi's sermons?
If you are interested in reading Rabbi Alpert's High Holiday sermons, copies have been added to the Notes From the Clergy page. Simply follow the link below.
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