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.
In addition to the 2016 Monday Fall Lecture Series , there will be six Thursday Books and Biscotti reviews.
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 High Holy Days are almost upon us for 5777. The service schedule is attached
In the President’s June message , Pekka mentioned an exciting collaboration between Temple Emanu-El and Beth Tzedec, the only congregations in Canada selected by a project called Sinai and Synapses to participate in its Scientists in Synagogues program. Forty congregations from 17 states and Canada applied for this project; eleven, representing a diverse cross-section of the Jewish community, were awarded funding.
Please join us on Tuesday, November 15. Cooking Demo, Samples & Door Prizes! Market Place Before & After. Starting at 7pm
Andrea Gilbert-Clark offers YOGALATES. Feel renewed after a mind-body-soul workout of yoga, pilates with a taste of Torah Bring your own yoga mat!
Sunday, October 23 at 4 pm Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah Yizkor Service. Featuring dancing and music by David Gershon and his Klezmer Band
Free admission with popcorn for everyone! October 30 at 7:30 pm Eye in the Sky (2015)—directed by Gavin Hood (Runing time: 102 minutes) The moral implications of modern warfare are confronted in this powerful drama/political thriller.
SAVE THE DATE! Thursday, November 3 at 1:30 pm Professor Kalman Weiser-HEW 2016 Speaker at TE-E Cultural Rupture and Restitution: The Contested Fate of Plundered Eastern European Jewish Libraries and Archives