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.
Mondays, 2-4 pm, April 11 through May 16. Non-members - $45; Members - $35; Individual lectures - $15
Welcome to what very well may be the most generous, no-strings-attached gift in history!
For the LOVE of LEARNING!” Our Religious School Program offers Progressive, Liberal Jewish Learning for Life-Long Commitment.
May 12 - Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 by Francine Prose
By taking part in UJA's Walk with Israel, we, along with thousands of other participating members of our community, am proudly supporting the people of Israel. In helping us reach our fundraising goals, you are also helping to support the people of Israel through UJA’s transformative projects in the Jewish state. Click on the link above for more details
FEATURING LIVE MUSIC, THE TE-E CHOIR, ISRAELI SONGS AND DANCING Join us, Friday May 6, for appetizers, a short musical service and a communal Israeli-menu dinner. We provide the entrée and you bring the sides and desserts to share. CLICK on the link above for more info.
Love to Sing??? Can you can carry a tune? Do you enjoy a wide variety of music? Do you enjoy schmoozing with fellow music-lovers? Do you love chocolate? ...if your answer was a resounding (and tuneful!) YES, then our choir is for you. CLICK on the link above for more info. It's not as big a commitment as you think...joy (and chocolate) guaranteed.
SAVE THE DATE: Friday June 3 at 8 pm Join us for a special Shabbat service infused with live musicians, melodies both familiar and never heard before, and our wonderful Temple Choir. Bring family and friends to experience an evening of beautiful music and song! Having a birthday or anniversary in June? Come celebrate with us! service at 10 am
May 15 at 7:30 pm Fed Up A documentary filmed in 2014—Running time: 99 minutes Narrated by Katie Couric, Fed Up investigates America’s obesity epidemic and the food industry and government’s role in confusing the public. The documentary follows a group of families battling their personal demons so they can lead healthier lives. CLICK on the link above for details
TUESDAY, JUNE 7 at 7:00 pm Dr. Ian Kitai Tuberculosis Specialist, Division of Infectious Diseases, SickKids Associate Professor Department of Paediatrics, University of Toronto On the topic of: THE OLD AND THE NEW: EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN THE 21ST CENTURY