ישיבת תל אביב ”מעלה אליהו“
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Kesher Bakehilla


Kesher Bakehilla

Israeli life is full of points of encounter with Jewish tradition – whether through the life cycle (bar mitzva, marriage or bereavement) or through the calendar cycle (holidays and memorial days). These events can be passing, one-off encounters, or they can be turned into significant junctions; events that have the power to radiate on and influence one’s life. We work to expand these periodic encounters and turn Jewish culture into a significant and indivisible part of every Jew’s daily life.

We believe that every Jew, in Israel and elsewhere, has a place in shul. We believe that in addition to it being a house of prayer, the shul is meant to be a warm communal gathering place, whose doors are open to the entire public and which provides a broad variety of ways to belong and contribute.

In keeping with this ideal, we conduct activities in three major Tel Aviv shuls: Megurim, on Klee Street, Heichal Yehuda on Ben Saruk Street and Heichal Meir on Maneh Street.  We’ve brought young families to join the veteran worshippers there and now there are lively community activities taking place: Children’s prayer services, holiday-related activities, various learning programs, community play centers, mutual assistance projects and more. 

Visit the Kesher Bakehilla website at www.keshertlv.co.il/EN/kehila.php