Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Emeth in the News

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Temple Emeth, Chestnut Hill, MA


Religious School Literacy Project - September 2012
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Read the article in the Jewish Advocate and the EDITOR'S PICK blog post on JewishBoston.com about I Am Lucky Because I Can Read, a book about the importance of reading and the culmination of a Temple Emeth Religious School project lead by Ray Feller. Proceeds from sales of the book, which includes articles and artwork from students as well as adults in the Emeth community, will benefit Room to Read, an organization which helps create schools and educational opportunities around the world. To purchase a book call the Temple office at 617-469-9400 or email rayfeller@templeemeth.org.


Making Temple Emeth Accessible to All
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Emeth President Philip Platcow is committed to making our temple welcoming, friendly, and accessible to all. Read his EDITOR'S PICK blog post on JewishBoston.com.


Brotherhood Softball Team wins Kiddush Cup - July 2012
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Mazel Tov to the Temple Emeth Brotherhood Softball Team, the Kiddush Cup winner in the 2012 Men's Shul Softball League. It was an exciting final game with Temple Emeth coming from behind in the final inning for a 13-12 victory. Read the game report here. See the article in The Jewish Advocate.


New Cemetery Becomes a Reality - June 10, 2012
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Our new cemetery, Or Emet (Genuine Light), was dedicated in June. Adjoining our original Memorial Park, Or Emet has 1200 spaces available to all those who seek a traditional Jewish burial. Read the articles on Boston.com and in the Brookline TAB. More photos in the Photo Gallery. For information about grave sites, contact our Executive Director at 617-469-9400 or by email.


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