• 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, July 29
6:30 p.m. - Shabbat Service

Saturday, July 30
9:00 a.m. - Chevra Torah with Kaddish

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.

Hank Brodt Named 5777 (2016-17)

“Book of the New Year” Honoree


Be a part of the Book of the New Year!

Click here to share our joy in honoring Hank Brodt in this year’s Book of the New Year with a special Mazel Tov message and/or wish the congregation a Happy New Year!

* Click here to memorialize your loved ones in the Memorial Book section

* Make sure we have your updated information (address and phone numbers) for the directory, by returning your form or contacting Cindi at [email protected]

* Blessed with a wedding or birth in your family this past year? Share it with us! We would love photos of couples married and children born in the past twelve months. Mail the information to the Temple office or email it to Cindi Rager at [email protected], marked “Book of the New Year.” You can also submit pictures and simcha information on our website.

Please complete the Book of the New Year and Memorial Listing forms that were sent to you by mail and return them to Temple Emanuel by August 1, 2016.  Forms can also be filled out on our website at www.tegreensboro.org.


Outdoor Shabbat Service &

BBQ Chicken & Potluck Dinner

Friday, August 19

6:30 p.m. Service in the Outdoor Chapel

7:30 p.m. BBQ Chicken & Potluck Dinner in the Courtyard (RSVP required)


● $5 per person for chicken, vegetarians free, children 3 and under free ($12 max per family)
● Temple Emanuel will provide BBQ chicken.
● Please bring a non-dairy side dish or dessert to serve 12 or more.
● RSVP for dinner and sign up to bring a side online by clicking here

●For more information, call Cindi at 336-292-7899


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.


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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