Community

Our involvement in the larger Jewish community includes participation in the North Shore Fellowship of Rabbis' joint adult education programs and Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) observances. We express our support and concern for Israel through guest lectures and other events in conjunction with the Jewish United Fund and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

We are committed to serving the needs of others, both within and beyond our congregation. Our Social Action Committee offers an ever-expanding array of community service programs in which our members can participate. The committee meets regularly to consider new ways in which we can fulfill this central goal of our community life. We reach out to the people of the wider community and are ready to help people within our own Kadima community when needs arise.

At Kadima, we collect items for people in need. We go to a soup kitchen to feed the hungry. We hold community blood drives, open to the public. Our yad b'yad (Hand-in-Hand) network lends support to congregation members during times of illness, bereavement, or special need. Our children have the opportunity to participate in community service through a mitzvah program and are required to do so in preparation for becoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

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We are committed to serving the needs of others, both within and beyond our congregation. Our Social Action Committee offers an ever-expanding array of community service programs in which our members can participate. The committee meets regularly to consider new ways in which we can fulfill this central goal of our community life. We reach out to the people of the wider community and are ready to help people within our own Kadima community when needs arise.

At Kadima, we collect items for people in need. We go to a soup kitchen to feed the hungry. We hold community blood drives, open to the public. Our yad b'yad (Hand-in-Hand) network lends support to congregation members during times of illness, bereavement, or special need. Our children have the opportunity to participate in community service through a mitzvah program and are required to do so in preparation for becoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

Our involvement in the larger Jewish community includes participation in the North Shore Fellowship of Rabbis' joint adult education programs and Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) observances. We express our support and concern for Israel through guest lectures and other events.

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