• Sign of the Times Our building sports new signage in May, 2017
  • Welcome Rabbi Darryl Crystal Congregation Emanu El welcomes our new interim Rabbi!
  • 2017 Confirmation Class Adeline Swedlove, Drew Holder, Sydney Weissman and Emma Lehmann
  • Sisterhood Shabbat Sunny Rabenstock, Alyssa Wise-Wolk, Lisa Wise-Wolk, Phyllis Newman, and Gloria Cutler join together to celebrate Sisterhood
  • Simchat Torah Cherrie Lubey & Ellen Weiss proudly carry the torah!
  • A moment to learn Drew Holder takes advice from Rabbi Emeritus Hillel Cohn
  • Honoring our Past Presidents Past Presidents Philip Gold, Aaron Katz, Jeffrey Spears, Cherrie Lubey, and Ina Katz celebrate our restored plaques.
  • Our Honorable Octogenarians Margy Spears, Marjorie Brown, Jay Smith and Ethel McAfee pose with Sisterhood President Francesca Sweet
  • Cantor Bern-Vogel and Rabbi Emeritus Cohn Our clergy makes every service special, enjoyable, and uplifting.
  • Our Building at Night Our synagogue rises majesically into the night sky.

Welcome to Congregation Emanu El!

Meet Rabbi Darryl Crystal! Click here to read all about him

Eve of Rosh Hashanah, Wednesday - September 20, 2017 - 7:00 pm

1st Day of Rosh Hashanah, Thursday - September 21, 2017 -10:00 am
Followed by Congregational Kiddush hosted by Sisterhood

Tashlich, Thursday - September 21, 2017 - 4:30 pm at Ford Park in Redlands

2nd Day of Rosh Hashanah - Friday - September 22, 2017 - 10:00 am

SHABBAT SHUVA - THE SABBATH OF REPENTANCE
Friday - September 22, 2017 - 7:00 pm

Led by Rabbi Crystal and Cantor Jennifer Bern-Vogel
Oneg Shabbat following the service

Saturday - September 23, 2017
Torah Study led by Rabbi Crystal - 9:15 to 9:45 am

SHABBAT MORNING SERVICE AT 10:00 AM
Led by Rabbi Crystal and Cantor Jennifer Bern-Vogel assisted by Jerry Ripley
Parashat Haazinu - Deuteronomy 32:1-52 Haftarah - Hosea 14:2-10, Micah 7:18-20, Joel 2:15-27
Kiddush Following the Service

 

Helpful Information

Emanu-Electronic News

Visit the Sisterhood Gift Shop!

Our Sisterhood Gift Shop is now open in the Temple Lobby! The hours are Wednesday from 4-6pm and Sunday, 9:30-11:30am!

Think Scrip!


DON'T FORGET YOUR SCRIP!
   
NOW AVAILABLE IN THE TEMPLE OFFICE!


Scrip is available for grocery stores, retail stores, dining out, and much much more, at no additional cost to you! Scrip is great for everyone on your list! It's quick and easy.

Scrip can be purchased at the Temple Office or at shopwithscrip.com.

Download a list of what's available in the office by clicking here.


Click here for details including downloadable information about shopwithscrip.com

Making a Donation to Congregation Emanu El

coinsYour contributions to our synagogue are always greatly appreciated! For your convenience, we have made it possible to download the donation form online. Please mail this form to the tem
ple with your check enclosed. Of course, you are still welcome to call the temple office to make your donations.


Thank you so much for your generosity!

Upcoming Events

Click here for High Holy Days Schedule

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September 2017 Bulletin now online!

Download and view the complete bulletin by clicking here. Older issues can be read by clicking here

Starting with the January, 2016 edition, bulletins are no longer printed or mailed unless you tell us you want a mailed copy. Contact the office for more information.

Pizza in the Hut October 4

An evening for our School forJewish Living and the entire congregation.
Help decorate the Sukkah, Shake the Lulav & Etrog, Enjoy pizza and pasta
COST: $5 adults/ $3 ChildrenRSVP at Eventbrite.com or call the temple office at 909-307-0400

First Friday Services Oct. 6, 5:45pm

Our new service for School for Jewish Living families and the entire temple!
RSVP by calling the temple office at 909-307-0400

Consecration Oct. 8, 11:30am

Join us as we celebrate Consecration on a Sunday morning so that all School for Jewish Living students, families,and the entire congregation can attend. Help us make this a joyous celebration of a new beginning.

Simchat Torah, Oct. 11

Simchat Torah celebrates the conclusionSimchat Torah celebrates the conclusionof the reading of Deuteronomy and beginning of reading of Genesis. We willunroll an entire Torah scroll to see the inside. Join us to sing, dance, and celebrate with the Torah. 

Services start at 6:30pm.

Learn more about our Rabbinic Search Process

You can follow the search for our new rabbi by clicking here!

Check Out Congregation Emanu El Online!

Be sure to stop by Congregation Emanu El's Facebook Page and Youtube Channel where you will find information on upcoming events as well as new and exciting videos as well as the enriching "Rabbinic Reflections" video series. 

Make reservations online for temple events

Congregation Emanu El uses Eventbrite for reservations. To keep costs down, all events are listed as "free" even if they are paid events. If you reserve online, the temple office will add the item to your monthly statement or you may pay at the temple office. Click here to go to our event page and choose the event you want to reserve!