At Kehillah, you define

At Kehillah, you define your own identity. The doors of discovery are wide open -- whether it's wrestling with texts and ideas or turning values into action, you define how our Jewish community gives meaning to your life.

Jewish Life at Kehillah

Jewish life at Kehillah reflects the diversity of our community and our commitment to learn about traditions and practices world-wide.  Below are descriptions of some of the co-curricular Jewish programming.

T'fillah (prayer) is the Jewish process for individual and communal reflection, providing a structured opportunity for an individual to note and think about one’s relationship with the eternal and by extension, one’s relationship with family, friends, community and the world.

Students play an active role in both the planning and implementation of the t'fillah program. With the assistance of faculty sponsors, student leaders define and facilitate tefillah groups with the goal of deepening student spiritual practices.  Options have included tranditional minyanim, musical service with guitars and drums, Jewish meditation, ethics discussion groups, prayer through art and learner's services.