Emanu-El At Home

On this page we are broadcasting services daily and posting our vibrant programing online to maintain your connection to Temple Emanu-El, our community, and to Judaism. If you need assistance, support, or guidance please do not hesitate to contact us, 212-744-1400.

Passover Philanthropic Fund

Please consider a donation to provide food and support to the needy in connection with the COVID-19 crisis.

Service Information

All service broadcasts can be viewed above or on our Facebook page and will continue to take place at their regularly scheduled times:

Shabbat Services

  • Friday nights | 6:00 PM — Saturday mornings | 10:30 AM

Daily Sunset Services

  • Every day, Sundays through Thursdays | 5:30 PM

Weekly Torah Study

  • Saturday mornings at 9:15 AM via Zoom conference.
  • The instructions for joining us can be found on our Services page.


Services previously scheduled to take place at the temple will be conducted remotely. Please read below for details.

Beginning of Passover Conclusion of Passover
Evening Service
Wednesday, April 8 | 5:15 PM
Evening Service
Tuesday, April 14 | 6:00 PM
Morning Service
Thursday, April 9 | 10:30 AM
Morning Service
Wednesday, April 15 | 10:30 AM

New: Livestreamed Congregational Seder
Thursday, April 9 | 5:00 PM | Livestream

Conducted by our clergy, we invite members of all ages to join us on the second night of Passover for a community Seder that will be broadcast live on this page and Facebook page. The Haggadah used by clergy leading this special meal will be made available online to ensure participants are able to follow along from home.

New: Looking for a Haggadah?  We’ve got you covered.

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New: Support for the DOROT Generation (60+)
Mondays and Thursdays | 11:00 AM

Join Jane Blumenstein, a Partners in Care Outreach Social Worker from DOROT online twice a week. Jane will host a Zoom meeting which can be accessed either through a computer or phone call. Sessions are limited to 20 participants so every voice can be heard. To RSVP or learn more about this new program, please send an email to Chaya Weiss at .

Featuring Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson: