Join us for Services
Join us weekly for our regular services. (Please check the calendar for variations; some services are not held over the summer.)
Beit Midrash (Torah Study) and Hava Nashira (Children's Service)
1st Saturdays at 10am
Friday Night Service
2nd Fridays at 6:30pm
Shabbat for Everyone with Children's Programming
3rd Saturdays at 10 am; Learner's Minyan at 1pm
Minyan Ometz Lev (Social Justice Service)
4th Fridays at 6:30 pm
Morning Minyan (Lay-Led Morning Service)
Every Thursday at 7:30 am
Every Sunday at 3:15pm
Fri. June 16 Interfaith Family Shabbat, 6-8, email for location
Sat. June 17 Bat Mitzvah of Maddie Church, 9:45-12:30
Sat. June 24 Gesher Shel Kolot: Singing & Havdallah havurah, 7-9:30, 219 S. Melville St.
Sat. June 30 LGBTQ Havurah Havdallah Picnic in Clark Park, 6:30 (meet in the Clark Park "Bowl")
Sun. July 9 LGBTQ Torah Study, 10am, email for location
Sat. July 22 Gesher Shel Kolot: Singing & Havdallah havurah, 7-9:30, email for location
Fri. July 28 LGBTQ Havurah at Shakespeare in Clark Park, 6:15
Mon. July 31 Tisha B'av, 7-8:30
Interfaith Ramadan Iftar
Ramadan Kareem! Join with neighbors to break the Ramadan fast and celebrate our interfaith community with an Iftar potluck! An iftar is a traditional meal eaten at the end of the day during Ramadan. Please bring a vegetarian dish to share if you are able; no one turned away! All are welcome, including children.
Calvary Center, 801 S. 48th
Friday, June 9th, after evening services (around 8 or 8:30)
Sponsored by: West Philly Coalition Against Islamophobia, Kol Tzedek Synagogue, and Muslim Community Masjid
Be a Voice for Justice
We are grateful to be part of a growing movement calling for Muslim/Jewish/Immigrant solidarity in response to all hateful violence. Our committee for social justice and action is organizing and participating in a number of projects, events, and movements. Find out how you can get involved!
"Kol Tzedek is a warm, welcoming, and thoughtful community in which to experience and express Jewish life. I was initially drawn by the synagogue's commitment to social justice and quickly came to feel at home in the midst of this diverse and dynamic group, which welcomed me both before and after I converted to Judaism. My wife and I feel nurtured, challenged (in all the best ways), and inspired every time we visit Kol Tzedek, a place and a community that is central to our lives."