Our Mission

  • Provide an atmosphere in which to assemble and worship G-d and study Torah in accordance with the Jewish faith, consistent with the principles and practices of Reform Judaism.
  • Educate our children, and cultivate a love and understanding of our Jewish heritage.
  • Teach us how to apply the principles of Judaism to personal conduct and family life.
  • Foster fellowship in our Jewish and secular community.
  • Strengthen our bonds of loyalty with Jewish people everywhere.

Lindsey Pix USE

Upcoming Events

  1. Tue 16

    Men’s Club Lunch at Debbie’s Cafe

    Mar 16 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
  2. Thu 18

    Mussar Class with Rabbi Schaktman

    Mar 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
  3. Thu 18

    JCC Board Meeting

    Mar 18 @ 7:15 pm - 8:45 pm
  4. Fri 19

    Shabbat Service

    Mar 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  5. Sat 20

    Torah Study

    Mar 20 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Highlighted Dates

Friday, April 19th 
Erev Shabbat and Erev Pesach Service
Will promptly begin at 5:30
Followed by Passover Seder
Led by Rabbi Schaktman
Thursday, April 25th 
Passover Yom Tov and Yizkor Service
6:00 PM
Followed by a Pot Luck Dinner
Friday, April 26th 
Come join us for Shabbat Services 
at Hamilton College Hillel
5:30 PM
With Noah Aronson
Singer, Composer, Dynamic Jewish Educator
Catered Glatt Kosher for Passover Dinner following services –
Just $15 Per person (Families Welcome!)
Sunday, April 28th
Noah Aronson at Temple
Religious School and Community Concer
9:00 AM: Sunday Morning Worship with Noah
Noon: Lunch following Religious School
12:30 PM: Communication Concert with Noah (Open to all!)


Learn more about becoming a member at Temple Emanu-El.  


Shabbat Participation, Onegs and Flowers

Sign up to participate in a Friday Night Shabbat Service.


Life Cycle Events and Emergencies

We are committed to providing pastoral care. Please contact Rabbi Schaktman at uticarabbi@gmail.com or (315) 724-4177.


Religious School

The religious school at Temple Emanu-El provides a nurturing environment for all students, enabling them to cultivate a lifelong appreciation for their Jewish identity. The broad ranging curriculum – which focuses on three