Welcome to Congregation Kol Shofar, an inclusive, contemporary community. We are delighted that you are considering joining us. We invite you along on a shared journey to explore the sanctity of our tradition and its continuing interpretation. What makes Congregation Kol Shofar a unique place to join? It’s the people and the way we see our relationships within our congregation and community.
Kol Shofar can be your place to form meaningful connections, to access Jewish education for you and your family and to celebrate and discover the joys of Jewish life in a spiritually dynamic community.
We offer a rich menu of Jewish activities and programs custom-made to satisfy our members’ different tastes, from adult, youth and family activities to Shabbat and holiday services and celebrations. You are invited to join our community of people who come together to pray, celebrate, learn, perform acts of Tzedakah, form lasting friendships and help each other through life’s ups and downs.
You can also download our new digital membership renewal form! CKS-16_17 Membership Renewal Form
To find out more about our new self-assessed dues structure, please contact:
Membership and Operations Coordinator
(415) 388-1818, ext. 106
Elan Coplin: email@example.com
What our members say:
Kol Shofar has given me a wonderful community in which to celebrate being Jewish. I love that our synagogue is so open and inclusive.
— Nancy Biegel
My love for Kol Shofar has grown and deepened each year. For the first time, I delight in studying Torah, attending synagogue on Shabbat and, best of all, being with a community with an incredible mix of people from observant to secular, that I love and admire. Everyone time I walk into Kol Shofar something inside seems to say “Welcome Home.”
— Ron Berman
We love to be a part of the Kol Shofar community. Not only are we lucky enough to live in one of the most beautiful places in the world, we also have a synagogue with a vibrant community filled with young families. We joined Kol Shofar to surround ourselves and most importantly our children with other families who share our love of a tight knit community and our common heritage.
— Dana and Jeffrey Hyman