We are a diverse and welcoming online Sephardic Jewish congregation with members on every continent and in many countries.


We offer meaningful Sephardic Jewish liturgical services for Shabbat, Festivals, and all observances in the Jewish calendar using our very own siddur with Kabbalistic kavanot.


We offer weekly learning which include Kabbalah, Living Torah, Talmud, Zohar, Jewish Liturgy, and Hebrew studies.


Clicking on an event will take you to that event on our Events page.

With your tzedakah (donation) we can continue to provide meaningful services, studies, and share our Kabbalah4All Siddur with everyone. We thank you in advance for your generosity and support.


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    Summer Break

    We will take a Summer Break from 7-15 of Sivan (June 13-21, 2024). We will still have services on Shabbat Naso (June 15, 2024) according to our regular Shabbat schedule. Regular weekday services and studies will resume on June 23, 2024.

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    Seder Birkat HaLevanah

    Our Sages instituted that upon seeing the moon at its first stages after renewal one is to recite a blessing called Birkat HaLevanah. The source of this blessing appears in the Talmud (Sanhedrin 42a) where the sages equate one who blesses the new moon on its proper time to one who greets the Shechinah (Divine Presence). Seder Birkat HaLevanah will follow the Motzaei Shabbat service on June 15, 2024 @ 8:45 PM EDT. Go to EVENTS to join us.

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    Become A Member of Our Tribe

    We invite you to become a member of our tribe. Kabbalah4All Congregation was established to connect people who wish to be part of a Jewish community which focuses on Kabbalah (Mystical Judaism). We are an online synagogue community with members in almost every continent. Our members have a voice in our community and are empowered through our services and studies to effect change in their part of the world--the idea of Tikkun Olam. Go to our MEMBERSHIP page for more information.

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    The word צדקה "tzedakah" in Hebrew often is translated as charity, but it actually comes from the root צדק "tzedek" which means righteousness. The addition of the letter ה "Hei" connects righteousness to Malchut. Many people say "giving" tzedakah, but the more appropriate phrase is "doing" tzedakah. Tzedakah is in many ways an exchange of energy and is a visible expression of gratitude in this world for that which we have received, especially when we receive it from an organization that helps us to grow spiritually. We thank you in advance for your generosity and support. Click Here to make a donation.

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    Your Hebrew Name

    At the end of the Amidah, we whisper a verse from the Tanach which is associated with our Hebrew name. Would you like to know your Hebrew name and the verse that corresponds to your name? Or would you like us to help you choose a Hebrew name and even have a certificate with your Hebrew name and verse? Email Us for more information.