Celebrate with us at Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach!
Friday, February 5, 2016 - Pasta Family Dinner @ 5:30 PM
6:30 PM - Services - Mad Scientist Show at Oneg For All Ages!
Led by Rabbi Michael Resnick and Hazzan David Feuer
Our Musical Kabbalat Shabbat Service will have you singing to the music
of Claudio Waisgluss
All are welcome! Oneg following Services
Saturday, February 6, 2016 9:15 am
Led by Rabbi Resnick and Hazzan David Feuer
All are welcome! Kiddush Luncheon following Services
Come to Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach
February 11 & 25, 2016
10:00 am -11:30 am
Being a caregiver can be mentally, physically, and emotionally draining under the best of circumstances. The challenges of caring for a sick or elderly loved one can often result in caregivers ignoring their own physical and emotional health, often to the extent that they don't recognize or cope with the symptoms of stress that they are experiencing.
Temple Emanu-El's Caregiver Support Group offers a safe place to discuss the stresses and challenges of providing care for a loved one, as well as strategies for also caring for yourself.
Our Caregiver Support Group is free of charge and is open to Temple members and guests alike.
Have you suffered the loss of a loved one?
We can help.
Come to Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach's Bereavement Support Group
February 11 & 25, 2016
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Grief takes a toll on a person in a variety of ways, including physical, emotional, psychological and behavioral manifestations. Temple Emanu-El's Bereavement Support Group provides an ongoing safe, warm and supportive environment where participants can learn about the multidimensional nature of grief and how to begin to better cope with it over time.
We will also explore how to deal with the special challenges presented by holidays, birthdays and anniversaries and to discuss helpful coping tools to better manage these more difficult times of year. Participants will also be able to share their own questions and experiences.
Our Morning Minyan meets on
Mondays and Thursdays
We NEED Minyan help...
Please think about those who need to say Kaddish or who have a Yahrzeit.
Maybe this has been you or will be you.
We need 10 people.
Every BODY counts.
We can't read Torah or say Kaddish unless we have 10 people.
Try once a month, once every two months or once a quarter.
Please join us!
Continental Breakfast served immediately after Services.
New itemsarriving daily
Browse all of our new beautiful merchandise! Judaica Boutique has everything you need, in one place. And, now at exceptional prices! It may be too late for Hanukkah, but it is never too late to buy a piece of Judaica for someone you care about or for yourself!
All Shabbat Items 20% off
We have menorahs, mezzuzahs, kiddush cups, hand painted challah covers, children's gifts and jewelry.
Honor All Occasions Through Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach
Show someone that you care! Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach's tributes are a meaningful way to honor or remember a loved one or friend on a significant occasion. By making a tribute, you are letting someone know how special they are and you are making a difference in Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach through your generous donation.
Make a donation for: * Birthday * Bar/Bat Mitzvah * Get Well * Wedding * Holiday Wishes * Condolence * Anniversary * Promotion * New Home.
Honor or commemorate special occasions in various ways: * Tribute * Sponsor Bima Flowers for Shabbat * Sponsor a Bima Food Basket (benefiting the Food Pantry at Alpert Jewish Family & Children's Service) * Sponsor Friday Night Oneg or Saturday Kiddush
Call the Synagogue office at 561-832-0804 or e-mail email@example.com make a tribute.
And The Challenge Continues!!
We have collected 251,970 buttons toward the
ambitious project we have of getting 1.5 million
to remember the number of children lost in
Help Us Collect the remaining 1,305.000.
Add your buttons and your memories.
Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach would like to offer you a ride to Shabbat Services
Shabbat is the time when family and friends come together. Temple Emanu-El would like to offer free car service to our members who need a ride to the Synagogue to spend Shabbat with us!
If you reside on Palm Beach Island or in the vicinity and have a problem driving to the Temple, we will gladly make arrangements to pick you up as many as 12 times per year. If you are interested, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Synagogue office at 561-832-0804. We look forward to having you join us!
Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beachand theUnited Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, are very excited to give you the opportunity to earn money for our synagogue when you participate in one of the following:
Plant Trees in Israel in honor of friends or loved ones * Make a donation to any of JNF's many projects in Israel * Purchase anything from the JNF store.
It's easy, quick and doesn't cost you anything extra! Buy or donate through the JNF/United Synagogue button on our website and 20% will go back to Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach. Another 5% will go to United Synagogue to support congregational Israel programs. Help Israel through the work of JNF.
You can also call 1-800-542-TREE (8733) and mention Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach.
SHOP AT AMAZON.COM AND HELP TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF PALM BEACH! SHOP AT TEPB.ORG!
Do you shop at Amazon.com? Who doesn't? Now, you can shop at Amazon.com AND donate toTemple Emanu-El of Palm Beach! Every time you shop at Amazon, simply enter Amazon.com through the portal on our home page. Then, shop as you normally would. Amazon will donate a percentage of everything you buy to Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach!
Just follow these easy directions:
1. Go to www.tepb.com 2. Click on the Amazon.com portal on the right side of the page. 3. The Amazon.com website will open in your browser. 4. Shop! You can sign-in to your account and shop exactly as you've been doing for years.
There is NO REASON not to do this if you shop at Amazon.com. It costs you nothing and helps Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach.
Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach is now a Wireless Hotspot, offering free internet access throughout the synagogue and outside in the Meditation Garden.