Annual Dinner for Members of the Heritage Society

Heritage Society: Save the Date

What is the Heritage Society?

Established to thank and honor our many generous members and friends who have included a donation to Congregation Emanu-El in their estate plan, The Heritage Society consists of Emanu-El’s most devoted members and friends. These gifts, to be received in the future, will ensure Emanu-El’s continued leadership and excellence just as earlier bequests have helped to build the Emanu-El of today. This is a sacred bond linking generation to generation. If you have already provided for a gift to the temple on your estate plan, or for more information about how to include a bequest to Emanu-El of today. This is a sacred bond linking generation to generation. If you have already provided for a gift to the temple in your estate plan, or for more information about how to include a bequest to Emanu-El, please contact Robyn Cimbol at 212-507-9524 or rcimbol@emanuelnyc.org.

A Home for All at Emanu-El

This article originally appeared in our May/June 2019 Bulletin. By Beth Pilchik Temple Member and Religious School Parent On February 9, 2019, we celebrated our older son Miles’s bar mitzvah. We chose Temple Emanu-El for many reasons: Our friends belonged and liked it, religious school was one day a week, everyone seemed nice, and a …

Fostering Emanu-El’s Young Families

The Koeppel Family The Koeppel Family By Jaime Koeppel Temple Member When my husband Max and I were looking to join a synagogue in Manhattan, there was no question for Max that he wanted us to join Temple Emanu-El… after all, Max had become a Bar Mitzvah at Emanu-El, all of his siblings and his …

Impact of the 2018 Midterms, Upcoming 2020 Election and the Changing Media Environment’s Impact on Political Landscape

Our guest speaker Robert O’Donnell, Founder of 38 Paces, a firm providing communications, political consulting, and production services to political, media, film, technology, corporate, non-profit, financial and advocacy clients. Rob also served as the Director of Broadcast Media in the Obama White House. He currently serves as an Adjunct Lecturer at Roosevelt House, a Human Rights and Public Policy Institute – a part of Hunter College.

Cost: $30 for Women’s Auxiliary and Men’s Club members; $40 for all other temple members and their guests. RSVP by Thursday, February 21.