Temple Emanu-El is a vibrant, progressive community committed to Jewish renewal at home, in the synagogue and in the wider Jewish universe. We seek to nurture the Jewish life of all of our congregants, young and old, in times of distress and in moments of joy. We are steadfast in our commitment to tikkun olam, or social justice, in the greater world around us and in Israel, and we seek to strengthen our ties of love and loyalty with Israel in all arenas. We are a warm and intimate community, one which deeply values all of its diverse members.
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A moving story about how congregant Andrew Simon survived the Holocaust and about the man who saved his life
Join ARZA~Canada to add your voice for a pluralistic and democratic homeland
Once again we look forward to our summer Shabbat services and mini-concerts overlooking the serenity of our Biblical garden. Murray Leiter and Dolores Wallis have lined up the musicians.
Doors open at 12:30 p.m. Coffee & dessert at 1:00 p.m. followed by review at 1:30 p.m. Non-members welcome - $10
In addition to the 2017/18 Monday Spring Lecture Series , there will be six Thursday Books and Biscotti reviews along with other events.
Say goodbye to Shabbat at Temple with Rabbi Landsberg, Jenn Katz and David Gershon Join us under the “stars” for CRAFTS, SONGS, STORIES AND TASTY SNACKS!
For the LOVE of LEARNING!” Our Religious School Program offers Progressive, Liberal Jewish Learning for Life-Long Commitment.
The Temple Emanu-El community is solidly built on prayer, peoplehood, youth and social justice. Find out more about how you can get involved.