Rabbi David Siff, Ph.D is the spiritual leader at Kol HaLev.  Rabbi Siff blends traditional learning with guitar playing and ritual flexibility, and is delighted to create meaningful, participatory, and joyous Jewish services.  Rabbi Siff was ordained at JTS, where he also earned his Ph.D in Jewish Philosophy, and is also faculty of the Aleph Ordination Program.  
Tanya Siff, Ph.D, leads our childrens’ program.  Tanya loves to sing and read stories to the children, and to share the joy and beauty of Judaism, and impart a deep sense of what Torah tells us about the world and how to live.  
Our guitar-led Shabbat services combine singing, deep prayer, and discussion, and invite serious spiritual engagement even to participants with little Hebrew background.
Kabbalat Shabbat: Our musical Friday night Shabbat service will uplift your soul with classic & contemporary Hebrew songs, readings from a variety of traditions, and Torah discussion.
Shabbat mornings are the highlight of our community. We offer a participatory, musical, easy to follow service which includes a discussion of a selection from the Torah, as well as a Torah reading in Hebrew and English. 
Our childrens’ program is a highlight of our Shabbat morning.  Shabbat Torah School meets monthly on Shabbat, and teaches holidays, Torah, and what it means to live a Jew in their daily life. Our multi-sensory curriculum incorporates yoga, drama, cooking, and art to engage children actively in a fun learning process. Grades preschool through 10 (children over 10 welcome in main service). Runs simultaneously with every Shabbat service.  Join us!

High Holidays

The community is invited to join Rabbi Siff for High Holiday services with Congregation Gan Eden in Delray Beach.  Gan Eden’s services are highly accessible (lots of English), participatory, and relevant.  Tickets are available to join by zoom, at https://congregationganeden.org/event/high-holidays-2021/.   The schedule is:

Rosh Hashanah
Tuesday, September 7th, Morning: 10:00am – 1:00pm
Wednesday, September 8th, Morning: 10:00am – 1:00pm
*Please note we do not hold services on Erev Rosh Hashanah, Monday, September 6th. (Labor Day)

Yom Kippur
Wednesday, September 15th, Kol Nidre: 6:30pm – 8:30pm (Doors close promptly at 6:30pm)
Thursday, September 16th,  Morning & Yiskor: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Thursday, September 16th,  Ne’ilah: 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Tickets are $54

Kids: We believe children are an essential part of our community, and welcome them at all services. We offer childrens’ services at all Shabbat morning services.
Covid Safety: We believe there is never a reason to compromise on safety. We currently hold biweekly Saturday morning services outdoors & socially distanced (10 feet between participants); we hope you can join us!  

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