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
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Women's Rosh Chodesh Study Group
Wednesday, December 4 at 7:30 pm, following 7:00 pm minyan
• Theme for 2019-2020: "In the Darkest of Times: Heroic Actions Rescue Humanity"
• Tonight's topic: "Courageous Storytellers - Heroic Artists in WWII Camps and Ghettos"
• Meeting concludes with light refreshments and socializing
• Future meeting dates: January 8, February 5, March 4, April 1, May 6, June 3
Join Cantor Michael and Ray Feller for their 10th year of inspiring films
Saturday, December 7 at 7:00 pm
• Movie theme for 2019-2020: "Jewish Films from Around the World"
• Tonight's movie: Footnote
• Conversation and refreshments, including craft beer for those of age
• Future dates: February 8, March 14
Sh'ma: From the Original Text to the Age of "the Text"
Sundays, December 8 and 15 at 9:15 am
• Explore paragraphs of the Sh'ma through the lenses of their original context and modern perspectives
• Learn how these texts address current issues
• All are welcome!
View Minyan Schedule here
Join us for the 8th year of our monthly Women’s Rosh Chodesh Study Group. The theme for this year is In the Darkest of Times, Heroic Actions Rescue Humanity. This study includes the Holocaust and the impact of the Resistance movement, Partisan actions, the establishment of Israel through the Haganah and Palmach and courageous acts of Jewish gentile women.
In this session we will welcome the new month of Kislev. We will discuss xxxxx.
The group is open to all women. It is lay-led and advised by Cantor Michael McCloskey. Study and discussion hour begins at 7:30 pm following our 7:00 pm minyan. Come join us for some study, a little nosh and lots of camaraderie.
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Temple Emeth is accessible
for people with disabilities.
Select programs offer ASL interpreters.
Morning and evening daily Minyan provides for the spiritual needs of both Temple members and non-members in the Jewish community. Please let the leader know if you are observing a Yahrzeit, so that you can be offered an opportunity to lead the service, or to accept an honor.
Monday-Thursday: 7:00 am* and 7:00 pm
Friday: 7:00 am* and 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am and at sundown (check website calendar for exact time)
Sunday: 8:30 am and 6:00 pm
*If a secular holiday falls on a weekday, check website calendar for minyan start time.