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  • can't make it in person? join us online

    Streaming Shabbat services will return on September 13th and 20th at High Holiday services will also be available online. For a full schedule of streaming services, follow the link below.

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  • neshama, body + soul returns

    Join Rabbi Alpert and Fernando Martinez of A.P.E. Fitness for a strength and cardio-based workout that will incorporate themes from the Jewish morning prayer service. Neshama, Body and Soul is appropriate for men and women, and for most fitness levels and ages. September 14th at 10am and September 17th at 7:30am. Both sessions will be at A.P.E. Fitness, 26 Poningo St in Port Chester.

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  • Keep up with KTI

    Read the latest news, along with updates from the clergy, our leadership, the ECP and Religious School in the latest issue of KTItems. If you'd like to be added to the mailing list, please contact the office.

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  • rabbi alpert on israel solidarity mission 

    Rabbi Alpert is part of a solidarity mission to Israel that is scheduled to visit with lone soldiers, bereaved families, communities in Israel's Southern region along with government officials and IDF installations. The mission is organized by the New York Board of Rabbis and is comprised of rabbis of different denominations as well as leaders in the Jewish and Christian community. You can follow the Rabbi's mission on our Facebook page.

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  • join us for a family bbq

    Celebrate the beginning of another year in KTI's rich history. Catch up with old friends and make new friends. There will be great food, entertainment, children's games and babysitting. September 14th from 4 - 7pm at KTI. Please bring a blanket or folding chairs. RSVP is required.

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  • become a patron member

    Patron membership enables you to select the High Holiday seats of your choice before they become available to the general membership on September 8th. It's an excellent way to do a mitzvah for the synagogue. Contact Janet Paul at 937-4357.