Temple Emmanuel has recently become a Reconstructionist congregation and is a member of the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement. In the coming year the leadership of Temple Emmanuel will be working to embrace Reconstructionist philosophy that includes the creation of Shabbat and Festival Services that are more uplifting, more spiritual, more engaging and more inclusive for those who have difficulty joining in because of challenges in reading Hebrew, as well as to attract those who find the conventional service lacking. We are excited about becoming a Reconstructionist synagogue and invite you to learn more about the process and philosophy.Read More
Would you like to join the Temple for $36?
Our Gateway Membership Program is an exceptional opportunity to get to know us and participate in the wide variety of religious, cultural, educational, and social activities we offer.
This program allows prospective new members to become active participants in our congregation for the calendar year in which they apply with only a minimal financial obligation. The fee for Gateway membership is $36 per individual or family. Gateway members are full members during the specified period, and are entitled to all the benefits and services available to any member of our congregation.Read More
From the Kennedy Center and other larger venues in the past few months to Temple Emmanuel in Wakefield!
Kim and Reggie Harris in concert Saturday night were joined by Steve Tapper (of Tapper and Bridges), long time friend of the duo.
The performers love our space and Kim did a mention of the Four Chaplain memorial outside our building.
Thanks to Beth Aaronson and Steve for a beautiful beginning to the evening with a Havdalah service.
Thanks to Joe Spear, Deb Atkocius, Lydia and Michael Carpe for helping with set up and refreshments.