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About Us

  

  DIVERSITY EQUALS STRENGTH. 

!ברוך הבא  Baruch haba!

Welcome!

Temple Emanu-El strives to be an inclusive, warm, and friendly community that values people of all races, ethnicities, religions, abilities, marital status, levels of observance, gender identities, and sexual orientations. Whatever your background, we welcome you to join our community in prayer, service, and Tikkun Olam, repairing the world.

At TEE, we consider diversity to be one of our greatest blessings. We have a long history of interfaith families becoming an integral part of our temple family. We believe we are stronger when we learn from and incorporate a rich variety of voices and perspectives; that doing so deepens our Jewishness; and that creating an inclusive community is part of repairing our world.

We are proud to have been among the first New Jersey synagogues to openly welcome LGBTQ+ members and communities, and we continue striving to be leaders in the social justice movement, learning from and partnering with the broader community to promote antiracism, protect human rights, and embrace all. 

We welcome you to join us on the journey. We look forward to rejoicing together in song, prayer, and friendship to express our pride in Judaism!

Rabbi Rebecca Gutterman 
Cantor Emily Simkin
Rabbi Alfred B. Landsberg - Rabbi Emeritus 
Dana Shectman, Executive Director
Lisa McNerney, Religious School Director
Ellen Hochman, Communications Coordinator
Michael Leber, President

That's us - Temple Emanu-El of Edison, New Jersey. Ours is truly a house for all people and we warmly welcome all who enter.

 

 

We Are TEE 

Important Discussions About the Personal Journeys of our Members and Community
 

Click any image below to view a recording of the program.

                                                                        Jews of All Hues

                         Jews By Choice             Interfaith Families          LGBTQIA+ Jews     Temple Emanu-El Founders 

                              

                            Jews with Disabilities           Special Families               Widows and Widowers              

                            

                                  Mental Health Awareness (no video)                                Veterans 

                                 

Click the image below to watch a video and hear from some of our TEE Families

Tue, December 7 2021 3 Tevet 5782