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Shabbat Starts Here

6:30 p.m. Service
7:00 p.m. Dinner with guest speaker:shabbatstartshere._2.png
Rabbi Michael Klein-Katz
“How my Life Reflects Reform Zionism in Historic Perspective”

*RSVPs are required for dinner
Dinner: Salmon Piccata (salmon sautéed in a lemon sauce with capers over pasta), salad, bread & dessert (Gluten and vegetarian options available)
Cost: $12 per person.
RSVP: online at https://www.tegreensboro.org/shabbat-starts-here-dinneror send your check, payable to Temple Emanuel, to the office by August 14.

This is the first in a series of an exciting new way to celebrate Shabbat. The evening starts with a brief service at 6:30 p.m., followed by a catered dinner at 7:00 p.m. with a special guest speaker or program. Our guest speaker this month is Rabbi Michael Klein-Katz, a spokesman for liberal Judaism in Israel. He has founded, led and furthered Jewish-Christian study groups, Arab-Jewish projects, courses for the study of Judaism by Jews and non-Jews alike, and taught on the faculty of the Sisters of Zion Sabbatical Program for Catholic clergy for ten years. Presently, he serves as a lecturer in a number of Israel-based study programs, a visiting scholar at home and abroad, and on the auxiliary staff at the St. Louis Hospice as a therapeutic clown. He is also a longtime friend of Rabbi Guttman.

Vickie & John Kilimanjaro Named 5778 (2017-18) “Book of the New Year” Honorees

Vickie & John Kilimanjaro were married on the pulpit of our Greene Street Campus over 60 years ago and they raised their family here in Greensboro. Together they founded the Carolina Peacemaker, the third oldest African American newspaper in North Carolina.

They are incredible civil rights icons in our town and their love of Judaism combined with a strong advocacy for social justice is just part of why they are our honorees this year!picture1.png

The Book of the New Year will be given out on Rosh Hashanah and we want you to be a part of it:

* Honor the Kilimanjaros with a special Mazel Tov message.

* Wish the congregation a Happy New Year!

* Memorialize your loved ones.

* Update your directory information.

* Share photos of special simchas like weddings, births and b’nai mitzvah from  the past year!

For the Memorial Listing form click here and the Book of the New Year form click here


Service Schedule

Friday, August 18
6:30 p.m. - Shabbat Starts Here Service
7:00 p.m. - Dinner with guest speaker:  Rabbi Michael Klein Katz (Reservations are required)

Saturday, August 19
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.


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