Religious Life and Services

Our Synagogue is open every Saturday morning for Shabbat Shaharith Services starting at 9:30am as well as Holidays throughout the year. Our community still practices our traditional customs and liturgy, including piyutim (songs/prayers) that are exclusive to the Romaniote rite. We welcome everyone from all Jewish backgrounds. Enjoy a traditional Greek kiddush lunch after services.

We also host Simha events such as Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Brit Milah/Baby Namings, Weddings, and family reunions among others. To plan an event, please reach out to our Synagogue President Marvin Marcus at info@kkjsm.org

Please RSVP for Shabbat services to Amarcus@kkjsm.org
Sponsor a Kiddush 

If you'd like to join us and sponsor a Shabbat or Holiday Kiddush (luncheon/dinner) to honor a family member or friend, celebrate a special occasion, or remember a loved one, please contact Marvin Marcus at info@kkjsm.org.

 

Find out about more details for Holiday Scheduling above. 

Host a Special Event

Interested in having a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Wedding, Brit Milah/Baby Naming, Aufruf, or family reunion at KKJ? Let us know!

 

Contact Marvin Marcus, the synagogue President, to find out more about our event space and avaliable dates at info@kkjsm.org. We would love to have you join us.
 

Donate a Memorial Plaque

KKJ provides spaces for Adara (memorial) plaques for those family and friends who have left us. If you are interested in dedicating a plaque in KKJ, please contact Marcia Haddad Ikonomopoulos at museum@kkjsm.org.

 

We also welcome Adara/Yahrzeit memorial prayers and Shabbat services/Kiddush lunches in honor of individuals and family members that have departed.