Membership

Membership in Kahal Chaverim will enable you to be part of a vibrant and stimulating community based on Jewish culture and a commitment to ethical and social values. As a member, you can participate in High Holiday services, holiday celebrations, Shabbat and Havdalah services, adult education programs, Sunday School and B’Nai Mitzvah education, social action activities, and the close friendship of our congregational family.

Our congregation appeals to many types of individuals, including singles, couples, families with young and teen-aged children, and empty-nesters who were raised in traditional and non-traditional Jewish environments as well as interfaith couples. All share a connection and interest in Jewish culture and celebration and Humanistic values. Members may or may not believe in a deity, but such belief is not a relevant part of our congregational lives.

Unlike traditional, religious-oriented congregations, our dues structure is relatively straight-forward and inexpensive. Our annual dues, which include membership in the Society for Humanistic Judaism and admission to all High Holiday services and other events, can be paid in up to three installments. The dues for 2019-2020 are as follows:

$350

Single Adult

$600

Couple or Family without Sunday School Child

$1,150

Family with One Sunday School Child

$1,350

Family with Two or More Sunday School Children

Upcoming Events

Gallery

Kahal Chaverim welcomes everyone who wishes to become a member, regardless of ability to pay.

 

To become a member, please download and complete the membership form or contact us to learn more about our congregation and get more information about joining us at an upcoming event.

  • Membership Information

  • Membership Categories and Dues

  • Family information

  • Older or Younger Children

  • How did you first hear about us?

Want to Join Us

Kahal Chaverim is a growing community that brings together families from all around Morris and neighboring counties to celebrate Jewish culture and values. We are one of 30 congregations affiliated with the Society for Humanistic Judaism, founded in 1963 by Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine.