Welcome to Kol HaLev (“Voice of the Heart”) a Reconstructionist Community in Baltimore.

Join us in creating a contemporary Jewish community that balances intellectual and spiritual exploration with mindful living.

We are a warm, open, and inviting synagogue community in Baltimore, MD.

We invite you to find your own connection with Judaism, understand and explore boundaries, and create a more kind, just, and respectful world.




Our membership is active.

You can engage in a modern Judaism that is personally meaningful and alive in our everyday experiences.


Children enjoy the relaxed atmosphere.

Children enjoy our innovative educational programs and develop Jewish identity through community, spirituality, and culture.


 We offer something for everyone.

Our programs for adults and families are born from the values and needs of our diverse membership, creating a vibrant and creative Jewish home.


We are growing.

Join us for learning and enrichment, celebration and uplift, inspiration and guidance, comfort and solace.



Be part of something larger, a voluntary group, an association with an invitation to commit and co-create your synagogue community.




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Sustainers Program

In the true tradition of tzedakah, you can help Kol HaLev grow and prosper. Give added meaning to your dollars by joining our new Sustainers Program.
The Sustainer Program is an automatic monthly giving program – you sign up, choose the amount you want to pay and then you don’t have to think about it! It’s a new and easy way for you to support the vibrant community you value.


Upcoming Events

Chanting and Drummin Raspberry Shabbat

Please join us Saturday, July 23 for an outdoor festival of Torah study (8:45 a.m.) and Shabbat (10:00 a.m.) as we enjoy and express gratitude for the wild raspberries to be found and picked behind the home of Paula and Robbie Kurrus. We will join in a chanting and drumming service (no experience required and there will be lots of drums) that is designed to raise up feelings of thanksgiving.

There will be a potluck lunch after service. Please RSVP to Paula Kurrus (410-683-3144 or click on her name to email) if you will be attending and what dish you will be bringing.

Kurrus home: 10708 Lakespring Way, Cockeysville, 21030

Directions: 83N/ Padonia Exit 17/ Right off of exit on East Padonia / Left on Cranbrook / Right on Lakespring Way / 10708 Lakespring Way is on the left. 


Kol HaLev now has an account with AmazonSmile - basically anyone in the congregation, or elsewhere, can elect to have Amazon donate 0.5% of the purchase price of anything they buy on AmazonSmile credited to Kol HaLev. 
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Kol HaLev every time you shop, at no cost to you.


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