Serving as a greeter is a wonderful way to be part of the service at Kol HaNeshama. You are
often the first contact for a congregant or visitor and you help set the tone for the rest of the
event. It is your opportunity to make worshippers feel welcome and comfortable. Please
consider serving as a Kol HaNeshama greeter.
We are now adding to our roster of Kol HaNeshama greeters, both for High Holy Day services
and for throughout the year.
Please click below for a detailed description of greeter responsibilities and expectations and to SIGN UP indicating your support for KH.
Additional Volunteer Opportunies To Support Our Community
Working together in teams and on committees, our members are rewarded with a sense of gratification when they use their particular skills. They also enjoy a sense of empowerment by taking charge. At the same time, they develop meaningful relationships with each other. It’s a “win-win”!
Our variety of interest groups and committees provide opportunities for members to employ their particular skills in benefiting the entire congregation. Many of our committees are ongoing, others, ad hoc. There are many opportunities to be involved, from once a year to more often. We always need help planning and setting up special events, writing thank you notes for contributions, or calling or visiting a member as part of our Chesed function. All are rewarding beyond expectations.
I invite KH members to get in touch with me for additional information about serving on any of our existing committees or starting a new one. The following is a list of our ongoing committees and interest groups:
Acknowledgments and Thank you Notes
Books and Bagels
Chesed for Members
Communications, Social Media and Publicity
Education and Programming
Events / Holidays – Events Coordinator
Religious Practices / Calendar
Shabbat at Home
Web Updates and Analytics
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