Welcome to Congregation Kol Ami of Frederick

Congregation Kol Ami of Frederick is an inclusive, Reform Jewish congregation that is family-focused, community oriented, emphasizing spiritual and cultural identity, and dedicated to the Jewish education of all generations. CKAF is a growing, forward-looking Jewish community with a thriving Religious School, and more exciting programs each year!

For as they happen news look to KOL AMI on Facebook!

As of October 1st the CKAF office is located at:

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Frederick (UUCF)
4880 Elmer Derr Rd. Frederick, MD 21703

What's Happening at Kol Ami

Kol Ami Frederick Keys Fundraising Activity

We are so excited to partner with the Frederick Keys for a fundraising activity. We had selected 25 dates during the Keys season for volunteers to work. 

Click here for full details and the dates where volunteers are still needed.

Congregation Kol Ami Not-A-Party

One of our biggest fundraisers has been mailed to your house!! It’s always fun to be invited to a party (or...NOT). Please join with us and celebrate the party that includes curling up on your couch, relaxing and reading a good book. No muss...no fuss...just writing a check. and mail it to Congregation Kol Ami of Frederick, 4880 Elmer Derr Road, Frederick, MD 21703. Sooo, what are you wearing???? Click here for your invitation!

 Monday, June 3, 2019 -7:00 p.m - UUCF

Please attend CKAF’s annual Congregational Meeting. This meeting is required by CKAF’s by-laws and important to the governance of our congregation.  At the Annual Meeting, the Congregation will elect trustees and officers for the coming year, as well vote on CKAF’s budget for Fiscal Year 2020. We will also provide important updates and reports at this meeting on the past year and the year ahead. Click here to review the enclosed agenda, slate of candidates, proposed budget, and minutes from last yea'rs annual meeting. Members are urged to attend and we look forward to seeing you. For more information: Mary Cat Lasko, CKAF Secretary, secretary@kolamifrederick.org

June 4, 7, 6:30 pm

Brotherhood Dinner

Pasquale's Pizza & Restorante

Click here to RSVP

June 5, 10:00 am

Sisterhood Coffee - Panera's

Click here to RSVP



Social Connections

CKAF Girls Night Out - Join the women of CKAF for dinner, the last Thursday of every month.  Check the calendar or use the contact on the signup Genius for changes on the dates.  Click here for the current sign up.

Brotherhood Dinners - Join the men of CKAF for dinner, the first Tuesday of every month.   Check the calendar or contact Brotherhood Chair at brotherhood@kolamifrederick.org for more information and to get on the email list.

Women's Coffee - Meets the 1st Wednesday of every month @ 10:00am.  Click here to register for our next coffee.

CKAF Book Club - Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every other month.  (To RSVP and to view our current book click here).

Social Action Committee

Frederick Adoption Support Group -  Click here for more information

Rabbi's Corner

Torah Study

Join us for Torah Study every Monday from 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm at the CKAF office. We discuss the weekly Parsha (Torah portion) and Haftorah portion.  **Please check our calendar for schedule changes!!!

Adult Education Classes

Introduction to Judaism Class - Classes will be held at the office on either Monday's (6:00-8:00pm) or Sunday’s (1:00 - 3:00pm), see overview of schedule for exact dates. Drop ins welcome but to officially enroll in the class, contact Rabbi Stratford prior to the Feb. 5th start date. Click here to see the schedule of classes.

Temple Tech

Temple Tech is the new section in the CKAF newsletter "The Voice" where information regarding our website as well as other online resources will be provided to congregants.

It is still very important for families to review their accounts on the CKAF website as soon as possible!  

To access your Online Accounts (Login is located on the top right of this home page screen.)

Click here if you have not accessed your account yet.  (Your username is your last name.)

For more information or assistance, please contact Derek Sontz.  Please use the subject line "Temple Tech" if it doesn't appear on link.  Feel free to request or share tips or resources for us to publish in future Voice distributions.

Parents of rising high school seniors

Jack Topchik, a retired New York Times editor, will work one on one with your son or daughter on their college application essay, an increasingly important part of the application process.  The fee, for which many parents have paid up to $1,000, is a $180 donation to Kol Ami.  Contact Jack at jaytop45@gmail.com.

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