- 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.
Passover Mincha / Yizkor Service / Wednesday, April 12 / 11:00 AM / Luncheon Following
Shabbat Services at the Blatt’s / Friday, April 14 / Dinner to Follow / Click here to RSVP
Sperling Lecture at the JCC / Tuesday, April 18 / 7:30 PM
How Do You Jew? Reflections on How We Experience Jewishness / Sunday, April 23/ 4:00 PM / Includes worship service, conversations and a light (but delicious) dinner / Click here to RVSP
Broadway Babes at the JCC / Saturday, April 29 / 7:30 PM
Statement of Inclusion
Temple Emanu-El is a Reform Jewish synagogue that is committed to providing a warm and welcoming environment to nurture the diverse spiritual, religious, educational and social needs of our members.
We welcome Jews of all ages, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities to be a part of our community. Interfaith families can find ways to embrace a Jewish lifestyle. We encourage non-Jewish family members to be involved and to participate fully in Temple life. Jews-by-choice, people with special needs, people from the community who feel disconnected or distant from Judaism, all are welcome when they come through our doors.
Our community is characterized by its dedication to inclusion. Our Rabbi, lay-leaders, and members join together to bring meaning to Torah and Jewish observance. We are committed to creative prayer, study, mitzvot and tikkun olam (repairing the world).
Learn more about becoming a member at Temple Emanu-El. Click below to complete Welcome Application.
Shabbat Participation, Onegs and Flowers
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Life Cycle Events and Emergencies
We are committed to providing pastoral care. Please contact Rabbi Schaktman at email@example.com or (315) 724-4177.
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…