Information about this week’s Shabbat or Holiday Services, with Torah portion and music program.
Where Warmth and Majesty Meet
A vibrant and caring community exists at the heart of our landmark synagogue, the first Reform Jewish Congregation in New York City.
Torahs As ‘Silent Witnesses’
Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson and Bernard Museum Curator Warren Klein quoted in The New York Jewish Week in this article about the “reunion of rescued scrolls from what is now the Czech Republic”—a moving ceremony that launched the museum’s opening of The Guiding Hand: An Exhibition of Torah Pointers from Past to Present.
The Sorcerer’s Shushan
Join us as we celebrate our annual Purim extravaganza! Activities for kids of all ages: games, music, crafts and food. Open to all temple members and friends! Sunday, March 10. The Shpiel starts at 11:00 AM, Carnival at noon.
An Evening with Bari Weiss of The New York Times
Join us for this important evening featuring Bari Weiss, New York Times columnist, addressing the resurgence of the world’s most ancient hatred and what we can do about it. A Streicker Center event – Monday, February 25 at 7:00 PM.
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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.
Programs for Young Families
Children bring a unique blessing into the world and Temple Emanu-El offers a number of engaging and entertaining opportunities to share the wonders of Jewish culture and holidays together as a family.
Our play-based curriculum nurtures a lifelong love of learning and emotional skills that children carry through life.
Upcoming Community Events
Growing Together: New Parent Drop-in
February 21, 11:00 PM — One East 65th Street.
Robert F. O’Donnell – A Men’s Club Event
Sunday, February 24, 10:00 AM — One East 65th Street.
Backstage at Lincoln Center — A Women’s Auxiliary Event
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 – 10:00 AM – Lincoln Center.
Jewish Books, Media & More
Explore the latest from Jewish authors of fiction and nonfiction in the welcoming space of Stettenheim Library. Stop by to catch up on the day’s news in contemporary periodicals, browse picture books with your preschooler, or get lost in a volume of stirring Jewish poetry. We also offer programming for every age and interest.