Services AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL
"We enfold the enduring traditions, values and holidays of the Torah into a sense of community, self expression, compassion and caring. Through worship and song, you can seek spirituality and a deeper relationship with God, yourself, and your temple family."
- Rabbi Jack
- Rabbi Jack
"TELB VIRTUAL SHABBAT "
Usually Shabbat Services at Temple Emanu-El of Long Beach are on Friday nights at 7:30 pm. Shabbat services include a blend of Hebrew and English built on tradition and innovation. Rabbi's sermons challenge us weekly and Cantor's musicality adds an immeasurable dimension of spirituality. All are welcome to continue the observance of Shabbat by joining the Rabbi's Weekly Torah Class - A Taste of Torah - held on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m.
However, during our adherence to "social distancing" during this difficult time, the Temple will remain closed and we will not be able to physically gather for Shabbat Services.
As a way of reaching out to the Congregation and continuing the Shabbat celebration, Rabbi Jack and Cantor Lisa will be streaming live on Zoom at 7:30 pm on Friday evenings to capture the essence of our Shabbat service. Our next Shabbat Service will be on Friday, January 8 at 7:30 pm, followed by our "zoneg".
This Friday night at 7:30 pm, we will honor the legacy of Martin Luther King with our annual MLK Shabbat service. With song and worship we will celebrate the life of the civil rights icon, and be inspired by his continuing mission of equality, justice and inclusion. Our guest speaker Runnie Myles, a local teacher, community activist and man of faith, will talk about the ongoing relevance of Rev.King's dream. The entire community is invited.
Join us for our annual MLK Shabbat:
Meeting ID: 863 4772 0772
To view a recording of the January 8th Shabbat Service:
JOIN RABBI JACK FOR HIS WEEKLY A VIRTUAL TASTE OF
TORAH CLASS ON SATURDAY MORNINGS AT 10:30 am.
Saturday, January 9 at 10:30 am:
Join the Zoom Class:
Meeting ID: 882 4534 9235
READ RABBI JACK'S MESSAGE IN A MINUTE
Rabbi's thoughts on how the weekly torah portion relates to our world today
On November 14,
THE KLINGER-KANTOR FAMILY celebrated the
B'nai Mitzvah of Mark and Molly Kantor.
Click on the link below for a recording of the
service and share the joy of their zoom B'nai Mitzvah:
Enjoy Cantor Lisa's Havdalah Blessing