Ramah Gratitude Concert

Celebrate our Kehillah Kedosha

Join us on Sunday November 29th at 6pm MST for a celebration of our Kehillah Kedosha.

We will dance together, sing together, and hear from chalutzim, tzevet, and alumni.

The Gratitude Concert will be streamed live on our Facebook page, you can watch with or without a Facebook account on our page.

Be a part of our celebration

We hope to feature as many members of our Kehillah as possible during the concert.

Join us by dancing, singing, or sharing words of appreciation.

Click below for information about each of these opportunities.

All submissions are due on Wednesday 11/18.

Sing the camp song

How many people can we get to sing the camp song together?!

To record for the camp song virtual choir:

  1. Open this link to access the recording of the camp song
  2. While it is playing IN HEADPHONES, take a HORIZONTAL video of yourself singing (and dancing!) along
  3. Open this folder and upload your video file entitled “FirstName LastName Camp Song”

RamahCapella – V’haer Einainu

Join Michael for a virtual RamahCapella performance.

  1. Open this link to access the recording of V’haer Eineinu.  This recording has many harmonies in it – you can sing any part you want – if you remember something from RamahCapella and want to sing that part, great! – if you want to sing the main melody – also great! If you want to make your own harmony – also great
  2. While it is playing IN HEADPHONES, take a HORIZONTAL video of yourself singing (and dancing!) along
  3. Open this folder and upload your video file entitled “FirstName LastName Vhaer Choir”

Rikkud Dance-Along

To record for the virtual dance group
  1. Open this file to dance along to
  2. While the video is playing (loud enough for you to hear) take a HORIZONTAL video of yourself dancing along (none of the audio from your video will make the final product)
  3. Upload your video here !
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