Rabbi Amirit Rosen and Rabbi David Goodman
Email Moreshet Avraham
22 Adam Street,
East Talpiyot, Jerusalem
Kehillat Moreshet Avraham (KMA), a flagship congregation of the Masorti (Conservative) Movement in Israel is a multi-generational community established over 45 years ago. It is located in the thriving neighborhood of Armon Hanatziv (East talpiot) in Jerusalem, near the magnificent Tayellet (Haas Promenade). The community’s name “Abraham’s Heritage” reminds us that this was the area from which Abraham, first saw “from afar” the holy Mount Moriah. The name “Abrahams Heritage” also teaches us to live Abraham’s heritage and to be blessing to the whole area and to whoever encounters the community.
KMA strives to be a truly pluralistic and inclusive community, providing religious services and educational activities in the spirit of Masorti/Conservative Judaism. Community Members of Moreshet Avraham are involved in many Chessed programs within the neighborhood and join forces with other communities in the area.
KMA’s beautiful Heichal and building is in constant use with children and youth, ongoing educational and cultural activities, activities of the Masorti youth movement Noam and thriving prayer services, on weekdays and on Shabbat. All these activities both physically meeting and online enable involvement even from those far away and create a sense of belonging, in Israel and abroad.
KMA has a weekly kiddush sponsored by members. To sign up for a kiddush, contact Chana Golinkin. For general guidelines and information about preparing a Shabbat kiddush. If you have other questions, call Chana Golinkin at 054-4563431.