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		                            <span class="slider_description">You're invited to an exclusive author talk featuring Lauren Grodstein, who will be discussing her captivating novel, We Must Not Think of Ourselves. This poignant and intimate tale of defiance unfolds within the confines of the Warsaw Ghetto, drawing inspiration from the authentic archives that preserved the stories of Jewish Warsaw during World War II. Join us for an unforgettable journey through history and resilience.


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Sunday May 5, 2024 | Orlove Auditorium
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Welcome

Temple Beth Emet is a warm, welcoming, inclusive, reform community.

Beth Emet Early Childhood Center

provides a developmentally appropriate program in a secure and nurturing environment for children between the ages of three months and five years.

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Beth Emet School

Our education builds Mind, Body and Soul. Through a holistic approach which focuses on growth, students Kindergarten to 8th grade discover and maximize their potential.

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Our Religious School (Merkaz Limud)

brings Judaism to life through innovative, creative, hands on experiences. Virtual and In-person options for students in
Pre-Kindergarten to 10th grade.

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As a member or visitor, you can contribute to the thriving programs and services we provide to our community. At Temple Beth Emet, we honor the tradition of tzedakah, and treasure each and every gift to strengthen our sacred Jewish community.  

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What aspects of Jewish life do you cherish most - learning, community, worship, caring for those in need or social justice? Whatever you care about most, by leaving a legacy you ensure the things you value are sustained for future generations. Learn more about how you can leave a legacy for Temple Beth Emet. 

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He'Bros (Men's Club)

mission is to build friendships and camaraderie while planning and participating in enjoyable social and educational activities which contribute to the success and well being of Temple Beth Emet and the larger community.

Sisterhood 

is an exceptional place for making friends while serving the synagogue and community. Our members have different interests, ages and backgrounds and we welcome you to join us.

Youth Group

All youth activities are planned with one goal in mind: to help participants connect to our Temple community. Our three programs serve students in grades K-12 with various social, religious, community service events and socializing with their friends. 

Fri, April 12 2024 4 Nisan 5784