Kehillaht Chaverim Happenings

Covid-19 Update

During the Covid-19 shelter in place, the Kehillah is not holding regular Shabbat services in person. We are offering a weekly Kabbalat Shabbat service using Zoom each Friday evening from 6:00-6:30 pm immediately before the beginning of Shabbat. The service does not include ma’riv. If you are interested in attending our Kabbalat Shabbat service from your home, please send an email to info@kehillatchaverim.org to obtain the Zoom access information.

Upcoming Events

Kabbalat Shabbat Services

Shabbat Achrei Mot-KedoshimFriday, May 1, 2020 – 6:00 PM over Zoom (Email info@kehillatchaverim.org to obtain the Zoom access information)

Michael will deliver the D’var

Education Programs

During the Covid-19 shelter in place, all educational classes are being taught over Zoom. Please email info@kehillatchaverim.org for Zoom access information. To view the complete schedule and dates for all courses visit the Kehillah Education Page. There are two course offerings currently available, “What’s G-d Got to Do With It“, taught by Rabbi Michele Sullum and “Early American Jewish History“, taught by Fred Nathan.

Date / Time Class Instructor
Tuesday, April 28, 7:30 pm What’s G-d Got to Do With It Rabbi Michele Sullum
Monday, May 4, 7:30 pm Early American Jewish History Fred Nathan
Tuesday, May 12, 7:30 pm What’s G-d Got to Do With It Rabbi Michele Sullum
Monday, May 18, 7:30 pm Early American Jewish History Fred Nathan
Tuesday, May 26, 7:30 pm What’s G-d Got to Do With It Rabbi Michele Sullum
Monday, June 1, 7:30 pm Early American Jewish History Fred Nathan

Face Mask Project

The Kehillah has formed a formed a sewing circle and the Kehillah has allocated some money from the tzedakah fund so our community can participate in this amazing Tzedakah project. The mask-making challenge, spearheaded by the North Texas Mask Force, puts health care clinics, senior centers, and childcare facilities in need of masks in touch with sewers who can make masks for them. NextDoor links sewers with private individuals are at high risk for infection or who live or work with those who are high risk. ….Read More

The Kehillah participated in Feed My Starving Children on June 20th. Read the article in the Texas Jewish Post.

Read about the Kehillah in Harriet P. Gross’s In My Minds I column in the Texas Jewish Post. Her March 28 column, Keeping the ‘community’ in Judaism captures the essence of our Kehillah.[/fusion_text]

WHO WE ARE

We are an independent Minyan that operates on Shabbat mornings, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and the Yom Tov mornings of Sukkot, Pesach and Shavuot.

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A BRIEF HISTORY

On May 4, 2013 a small group of Conservative Jews decided they didn’t want to leave their davening community for Shabbat morning services and a new community was formed.

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WORDS FROM OUR MEMBERS

Our Kehilla provides opportunities for people to grow and strengthen their ties to Judaism.    Learn more what people like about Kehillat Chaverim and enjoy some of our member teachings.

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WHY I LIKE KEHILLAT CHAVERIM

Kehillah 5 Year Anniversary

Thank you for the honor of addressing you on this very special milestone in the life of our kehillah.

As you know by now, I always try to extract lessons from the Torah even though I […]

TEACHINGS FROM OUR MEMBERS

Behar-Bechukotai 5780 – If I were King

The early days of my house officer years were a revelation to me. I had rarely been that tired for a whole string of days. And it dawned on me – this was simply how […]