Experience the warmth and majesty of Emanu-El. Information about this week’s Shabbat or Holiday Services, with Torah portion and music program.
June 22, 23 & 24
Don’t miss this important three-part series exploring the relationship between African American and Jewish communities. Moderated by Rabbi David Saperstein, Director Emeritus of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.
Registration is Open
Your child’s Jewish journey starts here! Registration is now open for the 2020-21 Religious School Year! Learn more about our vibrant program and registration, click below.
Emanu-El At Home
Live stream channels and other content offered to help keep you connected to your temple and Judaism during the coronavirus pandemic crisis.
Information and Questions to Consider…
For your consideration, Temple Emanu-El is offering this listing of resources, articles, and videos to help investigate how systemic racism and institutional white supremacy play out in our lives.
Minister of Worship and Liturgy, Goodwill Baptist Church, and Temple Emanu-El’s Vice President of Finance, Reverend Steven V. Jones joins Rabbi Davidson for this important Shabbat service. Friday, June 5 at 6:00 PM.
When Religion Becomes a Prop
“Watching the scene unfold at the White House last night was gut-wrenching.” Read Rabbi Davidson’s remarks pertaining to President Trump’s actions last night (6-1-20) in Washington D.C.
From Suffering to Hope
Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson’s Shabbat message — April 24, 2020. [audio]
Celebrating Yom Ha’atzmaut
Friday Night Live: Temple Emanu-El and Temple Israel of the City of New York Present a special virtual Shabbat service celebrating Israel’s 72nd independence day. May 1, 2020, 6:00 PM. Download this service’s special siddur.
God Calls To Us In All Things
Read Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson’s April 23rd article in The Forward.
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.
Temple Emanu-El offers a number of engaging and entertaining opportunities to share the wonders of Jewish culture and holidays together as a family.
A warm and welcoming community exists at the heart of our landmark synagogue, the first Reform Jewish Congregation in New York City.
Emanu-El’s strength is the vibrancy of its community, click here for more information and program offerings.
More Temple News
Your Child’s Jewish Journey Starts Here
Summer is a great time to learn more about our Early Childhood programming — Religious School and Nursery School Registration is now open…
Temple Emanu-El Religious School
Inspirational. Transformative. And fun! There is no place like Temple Emanu-El’s Religious School to begin your child’s Jewish journey. Follow this link to learn more and access registration forms.
Temple Emanu-El Nursery School
Our play-based curriculum nurtures a lifelong love of learning and emotional skills that children carry through life. Registration forms are now available for 2020-2021, follow this link for more information and to access application forms.
Programs for Young Families
We do have a few fun events scheduled this summer but be sure to check out this page for session information and online registration for our fall programs!
Upcoming Community Events
‘Stroll with the Rabbi’
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 – 10 – 11 AM – Central Park.
Summer Book Drive Begins
Monday, June 3, 2019 – Friday, August 23, 2019 – One East 65th Street.
Hello, Summer (Rooftop) Shabbat
Friday, June 7, 2019 – 7:30 PM – One East 65th Street.