Friday, January 20
6:30 p.m. - Shabbat Service with special guest: Gabrielle Clissold
Saturday, January 21
8:30 a.m. - Shabbat Service @ Greene Street
(Services will be early so that those who wish to participate in the 10:00 a.m. Women's March can.)
During Inclement Weather - watch for updates on Facebook, website, email, WFMY channel 2 news or www.wfmynews2.com
Mi Shebeirach L'Cholim/Prayer for the Sick
Please use this link to submit names of Temple members and their relatives for the Misheberach/Prayer for the Sick which is said during services every Shabbat.
ECEC Sweet Noodle Kugel Sale
Help support the Early Childhood Engagement Center at Temple Emanuel
Small loaf pan - $6 each
Large pan - $18 each
Order deadline Wednesday, January 18
Available for pick up on Sunday, January 22
Click here to make a donation for the Triad NC Women's March.
Any excess of funds raised will be divided between:
- Planned Parenthood
- The Women's Resource Center
- Equality Now
Temple Emanuel’s Annual
Martin Luther King Jr. Shabbat Service
Friday, January 13, 7:30 p.m.
1129 Jefferson Road, Greensboro NC
Please join us for this memorable service, featuring moving words and inspirational music! The service is designed not only to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, but also to reach out and facilitate dialogue with our friends and neighbors.
Special Guest Speaker: Capt. Nathaniel “Trey” Davis, III
Capt. Davis serves the city of Greensboro and its community. He was raised in Butner, NC, and furthered his education at UNC-Charlotte and NCCU, later attaining a Masters of Theology and a Bachelors of Religion from Liberty University. Capt. Davis is also a certified Christian Counselor with the American Association of Christian Counselors and pastored Working Faith Ministries in Butner, NC from 2009-2014.
Capt. Davis began his law enforcement career in Granville County in 1996, before joining the Greensboro Police Department in 2002. He has served in a number of roles, including Investigations, Professional Standards and Patrol Commander. He helped spearhead the Department’s new Office of Community Engagement while serving as the Executive Officer to the Chief of Police and is currently the commander of the Criminal Investigations Division. Capt. Davis facilitates the department’s Faith Leaders Council, which brings together a diverse group of inter-faith leaders throughout the City of Greensboro. He is also one of the Department’s Police Chaplains and has embraced the role of minister and counselor to a number of his co-workers.
Capt. Davis comes from a long line of barrier breaking police officers. His grandfather, Nathaniel Sr., was the first black police officer in Louisburg, NC in the 1950s; and his father, Nathaniel Jr., was the first black police officer at Butner Public Safety where he retired as an Administrative Chief.
Musical Guest: Providence Baptist Church’s choir
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