Emanu-El in the Neighborhood
Im lo lishma, ba lishma - Even if it didn't start for a holy purpose, holiness enters. EMANU-EL IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD is one way to help create the connectedness that we are all seeking. To be Jewish is to be in community. Whether your community is a minyan, a study group, the Friday night service regulars, or those with whom you do mitzvot, we are brought into relationships with other people.
Joining a Small Group
is another way to build meaningful community. Groups are organized by common denominators, such as ages of children or interests.
Share the bond of Jewish culture, identity, and expression with our community. Congregation Emanu-El’s plentiful opportunities for connection are designed to fulfill the wide array of spiritual, educational, personal, and social needs of our congregants.
As we worship and learn together, it is equally important to act and work together in service to others. Progressive programs in outreach, social justice, advocacy, and community organizing engage us in the performance of compassionate deeds.