Temple Emanuel is a warm, caring, and open community of approximately 160 households. As a small Reform synagogue, our members have the opportunity to know one another and to have meaningful input into how our synagogue operates. Temple Emanuel is a participatory, diverse, non-judgmental, and intellectually vibrant congregation. Our membership comes from many towns in the greater New Haven area, and the Valley, adding to the diversity of our congregation.
Join us for Shabbat dinner in honor of Gloria Levine, 2nd President of Temple Emanuel. May 31st, 2013 at 6:15 pm dinner, 8pm service. Please feel free to bring a bottle of wine to share during the social hour and/or dinner. The cost of the event is $15.00 per person. Please sign up below: more
Following a terrific Tots Shabbat service we had in May we invite everyone on June 22 at 9:30 am come celebrate Shabbat with Rabbi Michael in a beautiful TE sanctuary with songs and stories! Get to know other TE families with little children – and invite your non-TE friends! Perfect for children under 5 and families. Members and non-members welcome! Spread the word! more
Join Rabbi Michael Farbman and Temple Emanuel of Greater New Haven on a family friendly experience in ISRAEL July 27, 2013— Aug. 9, 2013 On This Outstanding Journey, together we will… Explore the many faces that make up Multicultural Israel Enrich our knowledge of Jewish and Ancient History Enjoy outdoor adventures and the beauty of the land itself Encounter firsthand the Modern Miracle of the State of Israel Immerse in Israeli Culture — Art, Food & Wine Engage with the Progressive Community in Israel Read the full itinerary and register today online at: www.ayelet.com/FarbmanJuly2013.aspx more
Uplifting prayers, thoughtful conversation, a bit of schmoozing topped off by a nosh! These contribute to making Shabbat at Temple Emanuel so special. Oneg Shabbat, Sabbath joy enhanced by refreshments after services, is a long-standing tradition at our congregation. Many thanks to those families who have helped to host an Oneg Shabbat. Each temple family is asked to host one or two Friday night Onegs during the year. The families are asked to bring a challah, juice, baked goods (homemade or purchased), fruit or cheese to add to the special joy of Shabbat. Your help is needed to make Onegs… more