Planning a Wedding at Emunah
Temple Emunah is the perfect setting for an elegant wedding. Our beautiful and recently remodeled facilities feature contemporary architecture and provide a graceful backdrop for a stylish event.
Whether you plan to host 50 people or 350 people, Temple Emunah can accommodate your event. We offer a flexible array of reasonably priced options to meet your needs. Our stunning sanctuary, featuring a cupola and ushering in natural light from all sides, is a beautiful setting for the wedding ceremony. The spacious and light-filled foyer provides an ideal setting for cocktails, and enables your celebration to flow from the ceremony to the party. Our banquet hall, with a large dance floor and stage for musicians, can accommodate up to 350 for a sit-down dinner. The bride's room offers a private space for the bride and her attendants to get ready.
The beautiful grounds offer a lovely setting for formal photographs. Ample free parking is available for hundreds of guests.
A variety of kosher caterers, approved by the Va'ad Harabonim of Massachusetts, are available to create special menus. (Catering by Andrew, Dushez Catering, Tova's Catering).
The synagogue is conveniently located near Route 2 and Route 128, close to several hotels that can provide group pricing for overnight accommodations for your guests.
At Temple Emunah you can take the first step in creating family memories by getting married in a setting consistent with Jewish tradition. To build on those memories, the bride and groom will receive a one year free membership at Temple Emunah.
Photographs are courtesy of John Heymann Photography, Inc. www.johnheymannphotography.com
"Temple Emunah provided the perfect balance between lavish elegance and intimate comfort for my black-tie spring wedding. One of my favorite aspects of getting married in the synagogue was the total privacy it allowed. Having attended countless affairs at hotels and banquet halls when there are several weddings being held simultaneously, I really appreciated having the entire building to ourselves throughout my special day of getting ready and celebrating."- Dena Snyder, married at Temple Emunah in May 2008