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
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.
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Please join Dr. Davin Wolok, Hazzan Sheni, for his Post Kiddush Torah Study sessions every other Shabbat.
The title for the study sessions will be "The Torah as a Twenty-First Century Document."
The description is as follows: As human beings living millennia after the Torah was composed we assume that whatever we find in it reflects ancient doctrines and opinions. The thesis of our post-Kiddush Torah Study Sessions will be that, in fact, the Torah reflects life as lived now and offers solutions to our problems which are contemporary in their relevance. The struggle for authentic identity, the balancing of self-assertion and the affirmation of the other in love, the need for a Higher Source of Meaning, the significance of the quest for a morally and spiritually more perfect future, these and other themes define life in all times, and the revolutionary insights of the Torah are as valid today as when they were first enunciated. Join us for a journey into an ancient document which will bring you into a more richly and meaningfully experienced present.
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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.