October 26, 2009
When I was considering a move to West Philly, I had to check out the neighbohood shul before I could decide. I went to Kol Tzedek Friday night service and I was really touched by the geniune affection of the people there. After I joined, I realized that the container of Kol Tzedek is the most successful example I have every seen of a shul that holds a pluralistic membership. Everyone seems to find their niche there.
Four years later, I am getting married (this Sunday); both my bride and me were memebers of Kol Tzedek before we even met. This community is thriving.
And the best part, you don't need a ticket for high holy days. Just come. Everyone is welcome.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
nobody needs a ticket on high holy days. Everyone is welcome. This "policy" reflects the nature of Kol Tzedek. Come as you are...there is a place for you here.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
General Member of the Public & go to event there.