Closing March 28
Experience the warmth and majesty of our Daily Sunset Service, Shabbat and holidays online.
A warm community that prays, learns, and celebrates together, and provides comfort in times of need.
“For 25 years as a congregational rabbi in America, I have sought to strengthen Jewish identity by deepening commitment to Jewish peoplehood and the Jewish state. Though gratifying, the work has never been easy. Now developments in Israel are making it even harder.”
A very special Shabbat service to recognize everyone who has participated in Gather, Gather Family, and Gather Mingle over the last three years. Gather is Emanu-El’s lay-led, small groups initiative that brings together congregants from across our community to learn, connect, and grow. At this uplifting service, Gatherers will receive a blessing from Rabbi Davidson.
Friday, March 24 at 6:00 PM | In-person and livestream
All woman-identifying temple members—as well as their mothers, daughters, aunts and loved ones—are invited to join the women clergy of Temple Emanu-El in re-experiencing the Exodus with a focus on lifting up the powerful, radical and revolutionary women’s voices in our Passover story.
Sunday, April 2 from 10:45 AM – 12:00 PM
Leventritt (enter 1 East 65th Street)
Established in 1845, Temple Emanu-El is more than an architectural landmark; we are a leader within Reform Judaism and a warm community devoted to lifelong learning, spiritual growth and social justice.
Temple members have access to a variety of magnificent spaces for lifecycle events and private celebrations with support and guidance from our clergy and special events office.
Events, Classes, Trips! The Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center is a home for all things Jewish in this shtetl we call New York.
The Bernard Museum’s exhibitions and collections offer a vivid perspective on the diversity of Jewish history and culture throughout the ages.
Explore the latest from Jewish authors of fiction and nonfiction in the welcoming space of Stettenheim Library.
Temple Emanu-El’s Lifelong Learning programs provide a comprehensive foundation for how we live our lives as Jews at home and in the world.
Our play-based curriculum nurtures a lifelong love of learning and emotional skills that children carry through life.