WELCOME TO TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Temple Emanu-El follows a proud tradition of Reform Judaism with a focus on Torah and worship, education, social action, Jewish culture, Israel and leadership. We work to build meaningful connections through Jewish values, celebrating each person’s unique journey. We strive to be a compassionate and spiritual community dedicated to inclusion.
COVID-19 Relief Fund
Please consider making a donation to the COVID -19 Relief Fund. This fund was created in order to provide the resources to assist congregants adversely impacted by the fallout from COVID 19; primarily, but not exclusively, through dues relief. The fund would also be used to help ensure the continuing operations of the Temple.
Happy Passover from Temple Emanu-El!
Celebrate Passover Virtually with Temple Emanu-El!
How to Do Passover in the Age of Coronavirus
Wednesday, April 1 at 7:30 PM
Tuesday, April 7 at 7:30 PM
1st Day Virtual Passover Seder
Wednesday, April 8 at 5:30 PM
1st Day Passover Service
Thursday, April 9 at 10 AM
7th Day Passover Service with Yizkor
Wednesday, April 15 at 10 AM
Want to watch a recorded event?
Friday, March 27 - Thursday, April 3
Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Kroloff and Father Randazzo - Monday, March 30
Interfaith Prayer Service - Monday, March 30
Simchat Sabbat - Saturday, March 28
Shabbat Services - Friday, March 28
Friday, March 21 - Thursday, March 26
Erev Shabbat Services - Friday, March 13
YLE Tefillah and Shirah
After Dinner Drinks, Conversation, and Singing
Zimrat Shabbat - Friday, March 20
Parenting in the age of cornavirus - Sunday, March 22
Seton Hall Survey
Below is a link to a brief on-line survey that has been prepared by Seton Hall Business School students in conjunction with our Strategic Planning Task Force. The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete, and your answers are completely confidential. Your candid opinions are extremely important as the Temple works to make our programs and services more relevant to you and your family.
We are extremely grateful to the Seton Hall Students who have worked diligently on our behalf. All of their in-person classes have moved on-line and this project is helping them complete their semester. So please help them too – by participating.
Thank you for your time. We hope that you and your family are, and will continue to be, healthy and safe.
Please be in touch
- If you are experience a lifecycle emergency, please contact Laurie Zinberg. After 5 PM and on weekends please use emergency number – 908-301-6890
- For questions regarding B’nai Mitzvah, please contact Joanne Pass.
- For billing or accounting, please contact Kathleen Stovall.
- For cemetery, yahrzeit, or tribute questions, please contact Carol Jassin.
- For facility usage, please contact Mike Kenny.
- For help with Zoom or live streaming, please contact Jackie Grussgott.
Help our congregants or let our congregants help you
Are you in need of financial help during this time? Please check out the Hebrew Free Loan of New Jersey!
They will provide INTEREST FREE loans to help individuals and small businesses with financial challenges caused by the CORONAVIRUS outbreak. Specifically for emergency needs due to lost wages, small business owner needs, child care costs due to closures of schools and medical costs.
To get started, please contact: MRatzker@jfsmetrowest.org