Become A Member
We are delighted that you are considering joining Kehilla! We would love to have you become more involved in our community.
We offer a special New Members Plan for anyone interested in joining Kehilla for the first time. The 2019-2020 first year member rates can be found here.
If you have questions about membership or financial concerns, Executive Director Michael Saxe Taller would love nothing more than to meet you and talk about Kehilla. Please contact him at Michael@kehillasynagogue.org or (510) 547-2424 x101.
We prefer you use our electronic Membership Pledge Form, but if you prefer, you can fill out a paper form:
We’re looking forward to knowing you!
To nurture your soul, or to stimulate your mind, or to bring new friends into your life, or to give you an outlet for your passion for social justice and environmental sanity. (Or all of the above — how much time do you have?)
Kehilla members are there for each other in times of simcha (joy) and tsuris (trouble), to celebrate together and, when necessary, to mourn together.
Educating Our Children
Kehilla School, open only to member children, helps our families raise the next generation of progressive, compassionate leaders.
Meaningful Life-long Learning
Kehilla’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah program is renown for its innovative, authentic approach to this ancient process of learning and growth, and is only open to members and their children.
Kehilla is an open-hearted community of diverse beliefs, backgrounds, and interests. We warmly welcome you!
Kehilla has made such a profound and deep impact on my life. I love the diversity of the people, the warmth of their care, and their passion for a sustainable planet. I am happy to be walking my Jewish path with this group and look forward to raising my daughter among the community. ”
— Nikki P. (with daughter Jaidyn)
At Kehilla, I have all the room I need to shape my Jewish past into a meaningful Jewish present, which now also embraces my family. And, oy, does Kehilla have heart! ”
— Esther E.
We are members of Kehilla because it is a warm and welcoming community. We came for Hebrew school but now that the kids have grown we have found lifelong friends and a spiritual home. ”
— Barbara C. & Allen P.