Information for Visitors
Thank you for your interest in Kol Halev! We welcome visitors at our Friday evening and Shabbat morning services at the Ratner School. Check out our calendar of services.
Dress for services is casual. Kippot (head coverings) are optional. On Shabbat mornings, adult Jewish men and women are welcome to wear a tallit (prayer shawl). Young children are welcome. We have kippot, tallitot, and siddurim available for use by members and guests.
Non-Jews are most welcome to attend and participate. There are only a few specific forms of participation which are limited to Jews. Learn more.
In deference to the broad spectrum of practices and personal needs of our members and guests, as well as to the environment, we have established a community Kashrut Policy.
We ask that no photographs or videos be taken during services.
Visitors for the High Holy Days must be pre-registered. Interested in checking us out for the High Holy Days? Consider becoming a High Holy Days Season Member!
The Ratner School is at 27575 Shaker Boulevard, Pepper Pike, on the north (westbound) side of Shaker Blvd, 0.2 mile east of Richmond Road. Get directions to The Ratner School.