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 We are a diverse community comprised of people of all Jewish backgrounds, interfaith families, singles, and all spiritual seekers. Everyone is welcome. 

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Senior Reflections 2019

Mazel tov to our graduating class of 2019! Temple Emanu-El has made a big impact on the lives of our graduates. From meeting lifelong friends, participating in youth groups, teaching in the Religious School and more. 

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Matan Gotlib

Remembering Matan Gotlib – Yom HaZikaron

“This year for Yom HaZikaron, we commemorated the fallen soldiers in a special event called A Taste of Memories.

During the event, we made the favorite food a fallen soldier and told his story. We decided to dedicate the event to Matan Gotlib – raised in Rishon LeZion, a fighter in the Maglan Unit, who was killed during Operation Protective Edge.”

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We Have Something For Everyone

  • Welcome to Temple Emanu-El

    Welcome to Temple Emanu-El

     We are a diverse community comprised of people of all Jewish backgrounds, interfaith families, singles, and all spiritual seekers. Everyone is welcome. 
  • Our Clergy

    Temple Emanu-El’s Clergy is Unlike All Others.
  • Nationally Accredited Early Childhood Education Program

    From infants to kindergarten, we have something for everyone!
  • Religious School

    We are committed to creating the finest Jewish learning environment possible.
  • Our Staff

    Let our amazing staff get you where you need to go!
  • Worship

    Worship at Temple Emanu-El is spirited, joyful, uplifting and meaningful.
  • Youth Groups

    We welcome all opinions and learning styles as we always try to insert Judaism into every event.
  • Social Action

    We have so many opportunities to volunteer and participate in our Social Action program.
  • Temple Emanu-El Stands with Pittsbugh

    Temple Emanu-El Stands with Pittsbugh

  • Cafe Ivrit

    Cafe Ivrit

    Brush up on your Hebrew at Cafe Ivrit.

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