Temple Kol Ami is an Independent, Dynamic, and welcoming Jewish Congregation Serving the needs of Fort Mill, Rock Hill, Lake Wylie, York County, and the surrounding areas

303 Tom Hall Street Fort Mill, SC

Temple Kol Ami is located in Fort Mill, York County, South Carolina welcoming Jewish individuals, couples, and families from all walks of Jewish life. Jews with more traditional backgrounds, interfaith couples, and those who are rediscovering their faith. As a congregation in York County we celebrate and embrace the joys of Judaism through ritual, culture, and our Religious School.

Temple Kol Ami has Shabbat services the first and third Friday of the month at 7pm. Services are held in the Historic Sanctuary at Unity Presbyterian 303 Tom Hall Street Fort Mill, SC

Make a donation to Temple Kol Ami

Help support Temple Kol Ami by making a donation. Make a donation in honor of a birthday, anniversary, or any other special occasion. Your donation will help sustain and continue the growth of Temple Kol Ami and build a home for the Jewish community.

If you would like your donation to be applied to a specific fund or use, please make a note for that.

 





 

Join the Kol Ami

Koffee Klatch

image020 Kol Ami Koffee Klatch will meet at Jump n' Java Cafe 1646 Hwy 160 W Ste F Fort MillSC 29708 from 10:30 - 11:30.

Come make new friends and talk about today’s current events or whatever is on your mind

For more information please contact Scheili Deitch

 


 

Temple Kol Ami Governing Board

President - Joseph Lowe
Vice President - Gail Danberg
Secretary - Judith Lazarnus
Treasurer - Bonnie Shaw
Education Director - Michelle Silva
Ritual Director - Alex Farca
Social Director - Scheili Deitch
Planning - Fred Glickman

 
 
Temple Kol Ami
Friday night Services


Join us for our next Friday night service on November 21st, at 7:00pm


For questions and more information, please contact
Temple Kol Ami
Email: yorksynagogue@gmail.com
Phone: 803-701-0149


 

Christina McDonald began playing the cello at the age of eight in central Florida. She attended numerous summer music festivals, including the Aspen Music Festival and the Victoria Music Festival in British Columbia, where she studied with Peter Rejto (Rice University), Steven Doane (Eastman School of Music), and Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi (Indiana University). Christina attended Appalachian State University where she was a winner of the 1995 Concerto Aria Competition. She graduated with a music performance degree in cello performance from Appalachian State University. She has performed as a section cellist with the Charlotte Philharmonic Orchestra, Kingsport Symphony Orchestra, and the Johnson City Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed with cellist Lynn Harrel, Sandy Duncan, John Tesh, and Ray Charles. Having retired from her career at Wells Fargo as a Certified Public Accountant, Christina is now a wife and stay-at-home mom of twin boys, Andrew and Ryan. She also is a founding member of the Queen City Ensemble, a string trio that performs for weddings and special events.