Connect to Kol Tzedek Online
Kol Tzedek is continuing to build community. We have moved all of our operations and programming online until it's safe to meet in-person again. Our vision and purpose in this unprecedented moment remains consistent: that each of us can rely on this community to sustain us spiritually and socially.
As always, all of our events and services are free and open to anyone and everyone. If you're new to Kol Tzedek or joining us from far away, please consider making a donation to help support us as we support you. Our staff, clergy, and volunteers are working harder than ever to keep our community far and wide nourished and interconnected. Any amount is greatly appreciated.
Weekly Torah Reading
For our online programming during COVID-19, we are currently beta testing automatic Rev Live Captioning for Zoom. For more information about this or other online accommodations, please be in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org as we figure out what we are able to offer.
We are committed to disability justice and universal accessibility. If you have questions about specific accessibility needs, please feel free to get in touch with Rabbi Michelle at email@example.com, who will work to answer your questions and provide support. We are currently in the middle of a community process to develop a comprehensive accessibility plan. Thank you for your patience as we conduct this sacred work.
The storefront of our office and community space at 707 S. 50th St. is wheelchair accessible but please be aware there are six steps up to the bathroom. For other questions about the office, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kol Tzedek, a Voice for Justice, is a young and growing Reconstructionist social justice-focused synagogue in West Philadelphia, founded in 2004. We currently have 250 member households. We are artists, organizers, academics, parents, professionals, students, social workers, midwives, and misfits. We are a mixed multitude; people of varied ages, abilities, and genders committed to racial and economic justice. We are people who ask a lot of questions. We are neighbors and friends who cook, sing, and care for one another. And we have decided to bind our lives together in sacred community.