Steven Teitelbaum Memorial Basketball Tournament

Mark your calendar! On Wednesday, May 24, 5:30 - 7:30 PM we are having our wonderful annual event with fun for all - pizza and ice cream, a basketball tournament, a video game truck, and hearing memories of Steve Teitelbaum. This program is FREE of charge and is sponsored by Maddy and Ken Teitelbaum. To sign up for the tournament, contact Beni Summers at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. LUSY elections will follow at 7:30 PM. FLYER.


Science Night - Theme Night at Minyan

Calling all scientists and science-enthusiasts! Join us on Wednesday, May 24, 7:30 PM for a Science Night Theme Night at Minyan! We are inviting Temple Emunah scientists to give a 5 minute presentation on their field of expertise, or something they are working on, or to present their favorite science fact/story. Our hosts for the evening will be Michael Super, Max Klein, Marvin Antonoff, and Gene Achter. Come learn with us! Flyer HERE.


Shavuot 5777

Join us for our annual celebration of Shavuot starting on Tuesday, May 30, with dinner, honoring graduates and teachers, and our tikkun leyl - all night learning! There will be delicious food and dairy desserts, outdoor sunrise shaharit services, and two tracks of learning, one for adults and a second for teens. Teachers include Rabbi Bernard Eisenman, Rabbi David Lerner, Rabbi Michael Fel, Me'ir Sherer, Barbara Neustadt, Beni Summers, and more. We also welcome back Jeremiah Kissel who will present "Page to Stage - The Torah and Theater" at midnight! RSVP through THIS form for the dinner and for the all-night learning by May 23rd. Please note that children in grades 6 and below must be accompanied by an adult chaperone. Click HERE for our flyer.

For families with young children - everyone is welcome to attend our special Tot Shavuot service on Thursday, June 1, 11:00 AM with both Shelley Rossman and Rabbi Michael Fel. This service is free and open to all. See our FLYER.


Emunah Vs Emunah Softball Game and BBQ

Everyone is invited to join the Brotherhood on Sunday, June 4, 10:00 AM for an Emunah Vs. Emunah Softball game! Support both our teams, and stay for a light BBQ lunch. The game will be held at Clarke Middle School in Lexington: 30 Brookside Ave. This event is free but please RSVP to Scott Lerman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we know how much food to prepare. In case of rain, event will be postponed.


Billy Dalwin Open House

The Billy Dalwin Pre-School ( has limited space available for the 2017-2018 school year. The BDPS offers an inclusive play-based program, welcoming interfaith families and families of diverse backgrounds, affiliations, family structures and sexual orientation as well as children with special needs.

** NEW Half Day and Full Day programs (coverage til 5:30pm Mon-Thu and 3:30pm Fri)
** Engaging curriculum that encourages exploration and blends secular and Jewish learning
** Limited space available for 2 and 3 year olds; wait-list only for 4 year olds
** Children do not need to be toilet-trained in order to enroll

To learn more join us for an Open House for prospective families on Monday, June 5, 8:15 - 9:30 AM. Or to schedule a tour, please call the Pre-School office at 781-861-0708 or contact our director Shelley Rossman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Golf Night: Theme Night at Minyan

This is an opportunity for all those who love the game of golf, who wonder why they keep playing the game of golf, who want to share funny golf stories, recommend good courses to play, and to share most unique excuses made to get on the course to get together! We will commiserate on this most delightful, frustrating, enticing and enigmatic of games! Possible guest appearance by a local golf pro. Join us on Thursday, June 8, starting with evening minyan at 7:30 PM. Discussion and light snacks immediately following, sponsored by The Ladle Fund. Click HERE for our flyer.


Lexington Interfaith Garden Spring 2017

The Lexington Interfaith Garden is starting its 8th year of growing and distributing food via the Lexington Food Pantry. All of the work, including planting, weeding, and harvesting, is done under the direction of our expert head gardener, so no gardening knowledge is needed, but you must be willing to get your hands dirty! We work on Tuesday afternoons, 4:30-6:00 PM, in conjunction with another faith community. We hope you can participate this year with us! Click HERE to see our Spring 2017 schedule. Upcoming dates: June 13 and 27, 2017.


Play Reading Theme Nights at Minyan - a Mini Series

Calling All Play Readers (and Listeners)! We are happy to announce that our new Theme Night at Minyan Mini Series: Monthly Play Reading is a great success! Everyone is invited to join us on the second Wednesday of the month for an evening of reading plays, enjoying snacks, and having fun! (Evening Minyan at 7:30 PM. Readings and refreshments start at 8:00 PM.)

Copies of each play will be provided, but feel free to bring your own, if you have one. All are welcome to come, whether to read or listen. Also, we are seeking suggestions for subsequent Play Reading Theme Nights at Minyan, and we encourage everyone to consider facilitating a future Play Reading Night! Please mark your calendar for the following dates: June 14, July 12, August 9, 2017. Future dates to be determined. For questions or comments, contact Judy Lipperman at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Click HERE for our June flyer (we will be finishing Our Town).


BBQ & Barekhu

Come join us on Friday, June 23 as we celebrate Shabbat with music, singing, great food, friends and fun! We will have a bbq dinner outside (weather permitting), Kabbalat Shabbat with singing and music, ending with Ma’ariv, Kiddush (with Shabbat rituals), dessert, singing, and schmoozing. All are invited! Cost is $12 / adult, $8 / kid (ages 4-12 years), and we request RSVP to Jodie Parmer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by June 19. FLYER


Shabbat Morning Meditation

Led by members of our community, our meditation group meets approximately once a month for a variety of meditative Shabbat experiences. This can include: guided meditation, singing niggunim (melodies), chanting prayers, or brief teachings on either meditation practices or the Torah portion. Click HEREfor our 2016-2017 dates. We meet on Saturday mornings, 9:30 AM in the Pious Chapel. Questions? Contact Miriam Sadofsky at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We are finished for the 2016-17 school year and will resume our meetings in the fall, dates TBD.


Talmud Study Group

The Temple Emunah Talmud Study Group, led by Dr. I Ely Stillman invites you to join our ongoing study of Tractate Berakhot on Wednesday nights at 8:00 PM in the Temple Library. All who are interested are welcome to join; knowledge of Hebrew is not required, since Dr. Stillman translates all Hebrew source materials during the study group sessions. Dr. Stillman teaches Talmud and rabbinic thought throughout the Boston area; his approach reflects the multi-faceted potential of Torah study, exploring fundamental principals and esoteric concepts within a historical context. He is on staff at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School, where he practices surgical and renal pathology. To learn more and to see our 2016-17 calendar, click HERE.


The Wisdom Project

The Wisdom Project: Discover wisdom and strength you didn't realize you had! Please join Arnie Kerzner and Toni Stechler, on Sunday afternoons as they lead us in a discussion on promoting personal wisdom within our community at Temple Emunah. Click HERE for our upcoming Spring 2017 meetings. 


Morning Meditation Group

Join Rabbi Lerner and Barbara Neustadt for a weekly morning meditation group. We meet on Tuesday mornings, 8:30 - 9:20 AM (check the Temple Emunah calendar for cancellations). Meditation experience is not required!

Mindfulness meditation groups are a wonderful way of connecting with others to share and deepen your meditation practice. We have guided meditations with themes such as the joys, difficulties, and insights experienced in meditation practice. We also explore the multitude of ways to bring mindfulness into our relationships, work, and daily lives, and into our Jewish practices. Please contact Barbara Neustadt with any questions at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Click HERE for our flyer.