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Temple Emanuel offers a variety of ways to engage in worship throughout the year.  From holiday services to themed shabbats to yoga & meditation, Temple Emanuel wants all members of the community to find meaningful ways to engage in Judaism.  Contact for more information.

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Torah Study

This class is an exploration of this week’s Torah portion. Students explore the story and the themes behind this week’s Torah portion.  What can we learn from this week’s Torah portion and adapt it to our modern life? 

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Yoga & Meditation Shabbat

This Shabbat provides opportunities to more fully embody prayer through movement, breathwork, meditation, and song.   There will be mat-based and chair-based movement options, time for silent prayer, a brief Torah teaching, and exploration of other prayers.  

Image of a blonde, smiling Bar Mitzvah holding the torah near the arc in the sanctuary.

B’nei Mitzvah

Many Saturday mornings feature a child becoming a B’nei Mitzvah (a child of the commandments).

Child with blonde curly hair hiding their face in a mishkan t'filah for youth.

Family Shabbat 

Once a month, Temple Emanuel has family Shabbat. This Shabbat is led by the clergy in conjunction with our religious school children. The Rabbi tells a child appropriate story and the musical settings are kid-friendly.  

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Themed Shabbat

Several times a year, our Shabbat services surround a special theme. In the past, it has been Rock Shabbat, LGBT Pride Shabbat, Sephardic Shabbat, Yemenite Shabbat, and Classical Reform Shabbat, Israeli Shabbat, and MLK Shabbat.

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Tot Shabbat

This service  is aimed at the age group of 2-6 years old. The morning features a few child-accessible prayers and activities and the participants all sit on the ground in a circle.

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