Celebrating 130 years of Jewish life and learning!
At KTI, "Lifelong Learning" Is Not A Catchphrase. It Is Who We Are.
Our goal is to strengthen and encourage involvement, connection, and learning and to create our own sense of Jewish identity within the framework of the Conservative movement. We believe in creating a lifelong home for our congregants and guests while we reach outward to nurture strong partnerships that constantly refine who we are as part of Klal Yisrael. In short, we invest in the idea that "The world rests on three things--on Torah, on service of God and on deeds of love"
We don't just don tefillin, we learn what they are and why they are significant.
Learn and listen, consider and immerse yourself
Survivor, Daniel Vock, shares his story of being a child in France during the Holocaust.
Find deeds of love everywhere at KTI!
From our engaged teens making a difference in the community to our Hesed volunteers reaching out to support our new families or mourn with members, KTI is family.