We don't often discuss our professions, but many times a uniquely qualified resource is next to us in Shul! Emunah Connect is an initiative that provides networking opportunities for temple members. Similar to "LinkedIn," Emunah Connect will help facilitate finding willing contacts in our Temple community for professional advice. Please participate in our survey!
BBQ and Barekhu
Come celebrate Shabbat on Friday, August 31, 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! For more details, click HERE.
Temple Emunah is a dynamic, engaging, inclusive, 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 Ruth Super on the death of her mother, Marlene Nicholls. August 7, 2018
Condolences to David Russell on the death of his sister, Judy. August 6, 2018
Condolences to Phyllis and Scott Udell on the death of their husband and father, Bernie. August 5, 2018
Condolences to Shelly Lowenthal on the death of his brother, Zvi Lowenthal. August 3, 2018
Condolences to Peter Fordham on the death of his father, Laurence "Laurie" Fordham. July 31, 2018
Condolences to Israel Kupiec on the death of his brother, Yosef Menahem Kupiec. July 31, 2018
Condolences to the family and friends of founding member, Pearl Katz. July 30, 2018
Mazal tov to Brian Schultz and Melissa Warneck on the birth of their son, Jonathan Daniel Schultz. July 19, 2018
Mazal tov to Pejman and Emily Pourmousa on the birth of their fourth child, a son, Charlie Shirazi Pourmousa. July 23, 2018