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  • Diverse, Inclusive Community
  • Social Action & Advocacy
  • Joyous Holiday Celebrations
  • Nurturing Early Childhood Program
  • Family Shabbat Experiences
  • Youth Learning & Engagement
  • Dedicated Clergy
  • Diverse, Inclusive Community
  • Social Action & Advocacy
  • Joyous Holiday Celebrations
  • Nurturing Early Childhood Program
  • Family Shabbat Experiences
  • Youth Learning & Engagement
  • Dedicated Clergy

We are a diverse community comprised of people of all Jewish backgrounds, interfaith families, singles, and all spiritual seekers. Everyone is welcome. Temple Emanu-El is a Reform congregation whose members reside throughout Union County and beyond. From its beginnings in 1950, Temple Emanu-El has sought to combine progressive Jewish ideals with a continuing respect and appreciation for the timeless traditions of Judaism. Our worship is joyful, participatory, and inclusive. Our Shabbat services, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings, provide a diversity of worship experiences, from Shabbat Hallelu to Zimrat Shabbat, from Simchat Shabbat to traditional egalitarian services. We invite you to experience the wonderful place that is Temple Emanu-El. Our doors are always open to those seeking a spiritual home.

5778 - High Holydays at Temple Emanu-El

We invite you to join our Temple family for a spiritually deep High Holyday experience. 

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Please help support our Kol Nidre Appeal

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High Holydays Activities for Children and Teens

Babysitting for 2-4 Year Olds
At Temple Emanu-El only. Babysitting is available for toilet-trained children ages 2-4.
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Youth Programming for K-5th Grade
Each year we provide meaningful High Holyday experiences for K-5th grade students, including an age-appropriate service.
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Teen Volunteer Opportunities
Teens in grades 9-12 can volunteer to assist in our Babysitting and Youth Programming. Students in the 6th grade and older are encouraged to attend services with their parents. Teens and families may worship together in the main sanctuary or at the Kol Haneshamah service.
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Quick Links

Meet our Clergy

New to our area?

new hereAre you looking for a new Jewish home in your new community? Learn more about what it means to be part of the Temple Emanu-El family. Get to know us here.

Early Childhood Education

ECE quick linksFind out about our fully-accredited Early Childhood Education program, which provides a nurturing and safe environment that is challenging and exciting for young learners. Click here.

Youth Learning & Engagement

RS quick linksOur Youth Learning and Engagement program includes all Jewish education and activities for our youth in Kindergarten through 12th Grade. Find out about our Religious School and active youth groups.

Social Action

social action TEWNJ logoLooking for ways to get involved with Social Action at the Temple? Join us in fulfilling the mitzvah of Tikkun Olam, repairing the world.
Click here to learn more.

Photo Gallery

gallerySee photos from recent events and happenings at our Temple. Click here to visit our photo gallery.

Temple Blog

OurBlog Read about our community and happenings at the Temple. We encourage you to be part of the discussion on our Temple Blog

Rabbi's Blog

The Boxing Rabbi Click here to read Rabbi Sagal's Blog.

Upcoming Events

09.20.2017 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
09.21.2017 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Rosh Hashanah First Day Early Morning Service
09.21.2017 9:45 am - 11:15 am
Rosh Hashanah Kol Haneshamah Service at FCC
09.21.2017 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Rosh Hashanah Morning Service
09.21.2017 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Rosh Hashanah Family Service

What's Going On

Kol Nidre Appeal - Click here to support this year's campaign.

 Early Childhood Registration Information is ready!  Check out options for your kids here. 

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It's Summer Fun!  Check out your options and Sign up for Camp!

Want to volunteer?  Check out what's going on

Misplaced your High Holyday forms? Click here and fill it/them out online!