A new resource node with this term will be used as an email blast to a designated group of contacts. This has been used for High Holidays mailings
Kehila publically states that we repair the world through giving of ourselves in social action, in loving kindness, giving to the poor, and through community and personal commitment to the Earth. We carry out these values in our Tzedakah program as well.
In 2013 Kehila was certified as a green sanctuary through GreenFaith, an interfaith coalition for the environment based in New Jersey that works with houses of worship, religious schools and people of all faiths to help them become better environmental stewards.
Beginning in 1979, Karen Fields was the leader of Kehila's retreat. Since her untimely death in 2007, it has taken a committee to replace her. The Karen Fields Memorial Retreat continues to be the annual opportunity to bring the community together in fellowship, study, and fun during a Shabbat weekend.