• Welcome

    When it comes to nurturing and building our Jewish communities, the virtual door has become just as important as the physical one and it’s up to us to open it. Learn More

  • Worship

    We invite you to join us for services on Friday evening and Saturday morning. Learn more

     

     

  • Early Childhood

    We provide 3 and 5 day programs for our youth. Learn More

  • Religious School

    Jewish education for today, Jewish connections for a lifetime. Learn More

  • Tikkun Olam

    Temple Emanuel is taking its biggest step yet toward environmental sustainability by installing solar panels on our roof in the fall of 2011. Learn More

Service Schedule

Friday, September 23
6:00 p.m. - Tot Shabbat & Oneg
6:30 p.m. - Shabbat Service

Saturday, September 24
9:00 a.m. - Chevra Torah
10:30 a.m. - Shabbat Service
8:00 p.m. - Selichot Movie
10:00 p.m. - Selichot Service

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.


You're invited to Temple Emanuel's

Yom Kippur dairy break-the-fast

Featuring bagels, cream cheese & lox, tuna fish & egg salad, kugel, fruit and more . . .

Wednesday, October 12
Following the Concluding Service
(approximately 7:00 p.m.)

 

Volunteers are needed for various tasks, including set up and clean up. 
Please contact Louise in the Temple office if you can lend a hand;
[email protected] or 336-292-7899.

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED!
Click here to RSVP online.



 

 

Shabbat Mishpacha (Family Shabbat)

Friday, October 21

6:00 p.m. Tot Shabbat:  for families with children in Pre-K & K

6:00 p.m. Gesher Shabbat:  for families with children in 1st-3rd Grades

*6:30 p.m. Non-dairy Shabbat Dinner:  Catered by Mythos Grill, featuring chicken kababs, salad, rice, pita, hummus and dessert.

7:30 p.m. Shabbat Service (All ages welcome) followed by an Oneg

*Dinner by Reservation Only | RSVP by October 18

Cost:  $12 (ages 14+), $8 (ages -13), Free (3 and under).  [Maximum per family $35]


Please take a moment to view images of our community in our 2015-2016 video that was presented at our Annual Meeting by clicking here!
 


2016 Confirmation Class: What Being JewisH Means to Me
Individual speeches.


SHABBAT

Temple Emanuel would like to help congregants host a Shabbat meal for friends and family in providing some of the amenities for free!

To learn more and sign up click here!


 

Request a Tag

Building community can be as easy as knowing someone's name! To request a name tag click here.

 

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