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JOIN US FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS!
Our service and event schedule is here.

From Rabbi Garth Silberstein, September 21:

Dear Friends,

These past few weeks as I’ve learned, prayed, celebrated, and mourned together with you as your rabbi, and as I’ve begun getting to know KITC as a community and many of you as individuals, I have felt truly blessed to be serving such a warm, caring, and committed community.

The chagim, the high holy days, which are fast approaching, will afford us with many more opportunities for prayer, for study, for celebration, and for building community. I hope you’ll join us for the transformative and celebratory journey that is the holiday season, whether it’s by attending services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, by attending a late night or early morning Selichot service, a festive communal meal, or one of the many learning opportunities these next few weeks with myself or one our guest teachers.  

Wishing you and your family a sweet and healthy New Year!

Shanah Tovah Umetukah,
Rabbi Garth Silberstein


Garth Silberstein, Rabbi
rabbi@kitcsacramento.org

Simone Clay and Nathaniel Melman, Co-Presidents
president@kitcsacramento.org

(916) 481-1159, office@kitcsacramento.org


KITC is a ModKITCentrywayern Orthodox synagogue in Sacramento, California. Founded in 1982, this community-based institution prides itself as a center of Torah learning for the entire community. We represent an eclectic group of people who are interested in growing and developing our Torah knowledge and Torah observance through study, public prayer and social events. KITC is a member of the Orthodox Union.

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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 255503, Sacramento, CA 95865
Physical Address:
1165 Morse Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95864
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