KIDS4PEACE at Emunah
Hear personal stories of interfaith peacebuilding by Israeli, Palestinian, and Boston Teens on Monday, July 24, 7:00 - 9:00 PM at Temple Emunah. Learn how these 10th graders take action for peace - Kids4Peace makes an effort to connect Muslim, Christian, and Jewish youth and their families in Boston and Jerusalem to work together for change. Sign up HERE.
Volunteer with Us!
The Lexington Interfaith Garden is in its 8th year of growing & distributing food via the Lexington Food Pantry. All of the gardening is done under the direction of our expert head gardener, so no prior knowledge is needed. But you must be willing to get your hands dirty! We work on Tuesdays, 4:30-6:00 PM, in conjunction with another faith community. Details HERE!
Temple Emunah is a dynamic, engaging, and welcoming congregational family. We build Jewish identity through learning and praying together in the spirit of Conservative Judaism, caring for each other and the world, and working to create an enduring Jewish community in the United States and Israel.
Condolences to the family of long-time member Nathan Abramson who died on June 23, 2017
Condolences to Babsy Krichmar on the death of her husband, Ozzie. June 23, 2017
Mazal tov to Sheila Kojm and Louis Stuhl on the birth of their first grandchild, Elise Rose, daughter of Benjamin Stuhl and Deena Rosenberg. July 5, 2017
Mazal tov to Lester Blumberg and Robin Hasenfeld on the marriage of their son Jake to Sangeeta Cargile. June 22, 2017
Mazal tov to Marina Bers on her marriage to Patricio O'Donnell. June 22, 2017
Mazal tov to Bob and Wendy Russman-Halperin on the birth of their first grandchild, Noah Henry, son of Aviva and Craig Alpert. June 16, 2017
Mazal tov to new members Katherine Torski and Randy Bailey on their engagement. June 2, 2017
Mazal tov to Larry and Roni Woods on the birth of their first grandchild, Eleanor Pearl, daughter of Charles Woods and Julia Martin. May 19, 2017