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Upcoming Holidays

Tu BShvat Tu B'Shevat is the Jewish New Year for Trees.  This year Tu B'Shevat begins at sundown on January 30th until sundown the next day. In Israel, it is around this time that the trees and first fruits begin to bloom after the Winter.  Customs for this holiday include eating from the "shivat haminim" (the seven species that are described in the Torah as being native to Israel), planting trees, raising enviornmental and ecological awareness, and holding a Tu B'Shevat Seder.  The Temple will celebrate with a Tu B'Sehvat Oneg after Shabbat Services on January 26th. Our Sisterhood will be holding a Tu B'Shevat Seder on January 29th, and the Religious School's Tu B'Shevat Seders will be on January 30th and 31st. For more information on this and other Jewish holidays, please check out  reformjudaism.org.

Song & Music

guitarCan't get enough of Emanu-El music? Enjoy these recordings of our very own Cantor Marer:

Shalom Aleichem



Avinu Malkeinu

Ldor Vador

Oseh Shalom - led by Temple Emanu-El's Religious School Students, May 2016

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Social Action

Tzedakah in June is going to support The Lupus Research Alliance, a wonderful organization that is able to donate 100% of proceeds to research. We are putting together a team to participate in the Lupus Walk, "Team Ida" named after our member Marvette Likier's mother, of blessed memory, who struggled with this, as of now, incurable condition. Click on the link to donate and/or join us to walk. It's a fun, kid-friendly event at Met Life Stadium. https://www.generosity.com/faith-religion-fundraising/walk-for-hunger


Our Youth is Our Future

Check out highlights from Temple Emanu-El's youth programming

BirthrightBirthright - Free Trip to Israel

If you are aged 18 -26, you could be eligible for a FREE trip to Israel.  Consider going with Kesher, the only Birthright trip affiliated with the Reform movement.  


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