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Member Activities

Temple Emanuel’s mission is to build and sustain a vibrant and inclusive Reform Jewish community. We have a variety of groups and activities for all our members, from teens to seniors. Scroll below to see our social groups, additional Jewish learning opportunities, and more ways to get involved, meet fellow Temple members, and give back to our community.

Sisterhood

Sisterhood provides a place for spiritual, personal and leadership growth for women ages 21+ who are in all stages of life– single, married, parents, childless women, empty-nesters, working and retired. 

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Men of Emanuel (MOE)

Men of Emanuel (MOE) is the men’s club at Temple Emanuel offering fundraising opportunities, Temple support  activities and social events.

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Chavurah

A Chavurah is a social group that meets once a month over Shabbat dinners, date nights, brunches and more! We’ll schmooze, eat, make friends and have fun! Some examples of common Chavurah groups are singles, empty-nesters, interfaith families, etc.

Chavurah registration opens each Spring.

Temple Volunteers

Volunteers are crucial for providing great service to members and visitors, hosting activities and keeping the Temple running smoothly with a small staff. We are always in need of new volunteers.

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Teen Madrichim

Madrichim are teen volunteers who guide and instruct our Religious School students in cooperation with our Religious School Teachers to give our students the best experience possible

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Adult Education

Learning opportunities for adults are offered throughout the year. 

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Music Programs

Temple Emanuel offers music programs for all ages inlcuding the Rural Street Klezmer Band and the Shabba-Tones. Choir will resume when covid-restrictions have been lifted.

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Book Club

The Book Club gathers virtually each month to discuss a new book. 

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Yarn Yentas

If you love to knit, crochet, or needlepoint - or would love to learn how - then join our informal Temple group. Bring your own yarn craft to work on and enjoy a good gab that often extends to lunch hour.

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