Upcoming Activities 

Passover, April 19:  Selling Chametz — Information and Form

Our Seder Has Sold Out. Call for Volunteers

Kolot Mayim’s Passover Seder is a community event. We rely on our many volunteers to pull it all together! The JCC will be open for volunteers starting at 10 am on Friday, April 19. 


It’s time for a Passover Mitzvah! If you can volunteer for a wonderful community event – please email km@kolotmayimreformtemple.com or phone 250.704.2503.

We need 2 people to make 40 Matza balls each and bring them to the JCC for our homemade soup. Bring them to the JCC at your convenience – on April 19 – morning or early afternoon up to 4 pm.

Set Up
3-4 people -10 am -11:30 pm
set up tables, chairs, plates, glasses, silverware
flowers for each table.

Kitchen
2 people-12 pm – 2:00 pm
1 to prepare 8 Seder plates
(plates and food provided)
1 to prepare the soup (ingredients provided)

Servers
4 people -7:00 pm -7:15 pm

serve Matzo ball soup

Clean Up
4 people- 9:00 -10:00 pm

(Leave most of the tables)
The rented plates, glasses, silverware, tablecloths packed into crates
Clean Kitchen
Sweep floor 

 

Welcome to Kolot Mayim – Vancouver Island’s Reform Temple

“Kolot Mayim is my religious home. It is a small, caring community. I love the music and content of the reform service.” Richard Weiss

Cadboro Bay 2017 Tashlich
Cadboro Bay 2017 Tashlich

Kolot Mayim welcomes all Jewish people, their family members, and anyone interested in Jewish culture, practice, spirituality and community. We are an inclusive, warm and welcoming congregation; deeply committed to the Reform Movement’s 1999 platform which states:

“Our doors are open to people of all ages, to varied kinds of families, to all regardless of their sexual orientation, to gerim (those who have converted to Judaism) and to all individuals and families, including the intermarried who strive to create a Jewish home.”

With the values of the Reform Movement as our inspiration, Kolot Mayim has become the spiritual home to families and individuals that previously struggled to find a place where they belonged. There are no barriers for anyone regardless of their level of Jewish knowledge, observance or practice. We trust that when you join us, you too will feel at home. Our weekly services, High Holy Days, and special events are held at the Jewish Community Centre of Victoria, (JCC) 3636 Shelbourne Street, Victoria B.C. Canada.

We invite you to connect with us online or in person, and look forward to meeting you! 

For more information call 250-704-2503 or email:km@kolotmayimreformtemple.com