Community Events


Wednesday, Jan 27th 7:45pm - 8:45pm


Thursday, Jan 28th 6:00pm - 7:00pm


Monday, Feb 8th 7:45pm - 8:45pm


Tuesday, Feb 9th 8:00pm - 9:20pm


Tuesday, Feb 23rd 8:00pm - 9:20pm


Tuesday, Mar 2nd 8:00pm - 9:20pm


Monday, Mar 8th 8:00pm - 9:30pm

Traditional Services

Because of COVID-19, all services will be streamed via Zoom on the Internet. Please click here for information on service times, streaming services, and for other resources. If you would like to review how Zoom works, please see our GUIDE.

Daily Minyan and Shabbat: Temple Emunah has daily services, typically 7:00 AM and 7:30 PM, but please see our Service Times calendar for specific dates. Every Saturday we have Shabbat morning services in our Main Sanctuary, which are egalitarian and with many leaders from the community participating in leading parts of the service or reading Torah. We end with a community Kiddush lunch.

Would you like to be more comfortable participating in the Shabbat morning service? Do you have questions about what is going on during the service? Temple Emunah will match you with your own personal "Service Buddy" to sit with you during the service to answer your questions! Contact the main office at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Alternative Services

Tot Shabbat meets at 11:00 AM, usually on the first and third Shabbats of the month (please check the Temple calendar for exact dates). This service is a one-hour long celebration of Shabbat with singing and dancing intended for toddlers, preschoolers and their parents. It is led by the Rabbis and by our community members. It includes basic prayers, a Torah march, and a story. We conclude with hallah and grape juice, and then join the main congregation for Adom Olam and a Kiddush Lunch. This service is free and open to all (non-members are encouraged to join us!); and no RSVP is necessary. See our schedule for the 2019-2020 Year.

This year, Mini Minyan and Junior Congregation have been combined to form Minyan L’Noar! Twice a month children in kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to join Tova Weinronk, Me’ir Sherer and other youth educators for an engaging Shabbat Morning service. Our first service of the year will be on September 21 and will be held in the Pious Chapel at 10:30 AM. At the end of the service we will join the main congregation for Adon Olam and kiddush lunch.

Family Minyan is now “The Learning Minyan!” The Learning minyan is family service geared towards families with children in kindergarten through sixth grade. The service will include songs, tefilla with instruction, and is meant for children to attend with their parents. The Learning Minyan will met from 11:00-12:00 on November 9, December 7 and December 14 in the Wolk Family Chapel.


Minyan Katan

We would like you to join us as we explore our spirituality through a variety of davening experiences. Our davening follows the basic structure and prayers of a Shabbat service and may include:

• Meditation

• Niggunim

• D'var Torah discussions

The atmosphere is relaxed and we encourage people to participate in whatever manner they are comfortable. If you would like more information about Minyan Katan please contact either Mike Gildesgame or Sharon Zirkin-Dagan.


Minyan, Breakfast, and Study with the Rabbis

Over a light breakfast every Wednesday morning, Rabbis Lerner and Kling Perkins teach about the Halakhah (Jewish legal) and spiritual aspects of prayer. Join us each week after minyan for breakfast and learning. Minyan at 7:00 AM, breakfast follows at 7:35 AM. This event is open to all!



At Temple Emunah we regularly host speakers, lead special discussions, engage in alternative spiritual services, offer meditation, and offer a myriad of other experiences during Shabbat morning services. Please check our calendar for the next Synaplex!


Shabbat 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.