Sunday, May 26, 2019

Honoring our Members: Brotherhood's Keeper of the Flame

Jewish Music Reimagined: A special concert kicks off our 75th anniversary year

Doors to the Ark: "Torah is illumination" (Proverbs 6:23)

Our Gala: An elegant evening celebrating Temple Emeth's Diamond Jubilee

As dusk falls: Our architecturally award-winning rotunda

Meaningful Opportunities: Sisterhood's book club

Welcome to Temple Emeth

We are a youthful, spirited and participatory Conservative congregation, dedicated to intellectual, social and spiritual growth. Marking more than seventy years in our original location, we are committed to vibrant, contemporary programs for all ages. We embrace families of varied backgrounds, including interfaith couples.

Learn more about us! For information about joining our community, click here.

News and Announcements

Adult Education with Cantor Michael

The Daring World of Contemporary Midrash
Sundays, May 12 and 26 at 9:30 am
• Join Cantor Michael to explore both classical and contemporary midrash
• Light breakfast will be served
• All are welcome!
Click here for more information

 

Monthly Lay-Led Women's Group

 Women's Rosh Chodesh Study Group
Wednesday, June 5 at 7:30 pm, following 7:00 pm minyan 
• Theme for 2018-2019 is Lessons from Twentieth Century Jewish Women
• This is our final meeting for the year. Topic TBD.
• Meeting concludes with light refreshments and socializing

 

Upcoming Events

View Minyan Schedule here

ROOTS
Start Date/Time: Thursday, May 16, 2019 8:00 AM
Recurring Event: Recurring Event Every 1 week(s) on Thursday until 6/27/2019 (total 36 events)
Importance: Normal Priority
Location: Conference Room
Description:

Roots: Reaching into the Past and Creating Connection in the Present for a Brighter Future 

Held every Thursday over light breakfast and coffee.

Join Dr. Davin Wolok and Cantor Michael McCloskey to explore the importance of legacy and our role within the world in Judaism. Over the course of the year we’ll explore four themes:

  1. Education
  2. Environmentalism
  3. Embracing an Anti-Materialist Philosophy
  4. Peace-Making and Dispute

     

More events on web Calendar

Community Bulletin Board
Jewish Familiy & Children's Services
Keshet works for full LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Jewish life. Learn more about the national organization Keshet (Hebrew for rainbow). Click here for Keshet events.
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