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Now More Than Ever, Let's Repair the World

From always welcoming members no matter what Jewish path they've been on and where they want to go to raising our voices for those who are not always heard, and from long-standing efforts to fight food insecurity to new initiatives to make Every Day a Mitzvah Day, Suburban Temple-Kol Ami is deeply committed to making our world a better place.

In a year with a lot of bad news, we know that we can do more. And we will.

That's why the learning theme for the 2020 - 2021 Our Tent is Tikkun Olam: Repairing our World through Social Action, Social Justice, and being Shomrei Ha'adamah (Guardians of the Planet).

Click here for a quick video showing the class options.



Participating in Our Tent Will Be Safe

We have designed our 2020 1st semester keeping in mind current best practice for health and safety.  The health and safety everyone, learners and teachers, is paramount.  A detailed guide to our health and safety protocols will be posted soon. 


Lifelong Learners Love Our Lifelong Learning

Here's what learners are saying about OUR TENT!


Once again, we are excited to offer challah from Lucy's Sweet Surrender for the High Holy Days.  Please click through to order yours today! 

The Middle School Perspective (VIDEO)

A Long Time Member Shares Experiences (VIDEO)

Don't Take Our Word for It...

Read the wonderful things the Cleveland Jewish News wrote earlier this year here

Our Tent Feels Different Because It's Built Differently

Moving beyond textbooks, Our Tent engages learners in conversations and immersive experiences helping life long learners lead richer Jewish lives

Our program for younger students, older students and everyone in between is innovative

It features peer and multigenerational classes fostering community, a variety of topics encouraging diverse perspectives and worship bringing everyone together

Lifelong learners delve into topics to gain a greater sense of mastery- leading to a richer sense of Jewish identity

Our Tent goes beyond its classes with opportunities beyond Sunday morning, with meaningful Shabbat experiences, a popular and transformational retreat, and a theme—this year it’s Hineini (Here I am)- that thoughtfully weaves together learning, experiences and conversations

Mon, September 28 2020 10 Tishrei 5781