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Community

Hillel teaches us that even though a person may have
great wealth or position, he or she must not distance himself or herself from the experience of others. This is a lesson of empathy as well as a lesson for how to participate in a community and how to help others reamin as valued members of that community.




Parenting Parenting
Emanu-El’s parent / child programs offer discussion opportunities for parents and activities for children through weekly guided sessions…
Young Families Young Families
Young Families sponsors a variety of activities throughout the year for families with children who are of preschool age through kindergarten…
Tweens and Teens Tweens and Teens
Programs for tweens and teens enrich their Jewish lives through educational opportunities, social events and mitzvah projects...
College Connection College Connection
Emanu-El reaches out by forming a loose network of college students who grew up at Emanu-El…
Saviv Saviv
Saviv is a Jewish community for Temple members and nonmembers in their 20s and 30s…
Men’s Club Men’s Club

The Men’s Club has been a part of Temple life at Emanu-El for more than 80 years…

Women’s Auxiliary Women’s Auxiliary

The Women’s Auxiliary is both a social and civic organization open to all women of the congregation...

Family Trip to Israel Family Trip to Israel
Take your family to the place where it all began…
Philanthropic Fund Philanthropic Fund

Donations to
Temple Emanu-El’s Philanthropic Fund benefit charitable organizations worldwide…

Emanu-El Cares Emanu-El Cares
Keep us updated on the important events happening in your life, both celebrations
and sorrows...
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