Walk to End Genocide

Join your KM community for JWW’s 8th Annual Walk to End Genocide on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at Pan Pacific Park in Los Angeles from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.   The Walk to End Genocide raises awareness and funds to provide vital resources for those suffering from the horrors of genocide. With your help, we will raise thousands of dollars to help realize a better future for people around the world suffering human rights abuses.

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NextGen

Join the NextGen for food nosh and schmoozing on Sunday, April 27th at 5pm. Free childcare will be available. Meet new friends and be a part of YOUR NextGen.  NextGen

 

Oh, Mother!

This year Kehillat Ma’arav gives you an opportunity to honor and remember the special women in your lives. We’re hosting a performance of “Oh, Mother!”, a series of short vignettes by Jewish Women’s Theatre followed by a tea. Join us to celebrate the women in your lives as we laugh, cry, and share together!

Additionally, for an $18 donation (per name) your  loved ones will be acknowledged at our  OH,MOTHER! tea on May 4th. Even if you are not attending you may join the KM community in acknowledging the women that have made a difference in your life. Click here to make a donation and give us the names you wish to be honored or remembered.  See you on May 4th.
Click HERE to purchase tickets to “Oh, Mother!” Performance and Tea.

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Kehillat Ma’arav (KM ) is a Conservative congregation serving Santa Monica, the Westside and beyond. KM is a caring, involved community that provides the religious, spiritual, educational, and social needs of our diverse membership. With our ages ranging from birth to 94, we truly embody the meaning of l’dor va dor, “from generation to generation.” We are the only Conservative Synagogue in Santa Monica, yet the 39 zip codes in which our members live span far beyond Santa Monica’s borders.


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The Voice – October 2012

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