Welcome to Temple Emanu-El
Temple Emanu-El is a Reform Jewish synagogue, affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism. It is located at 6299 Capri Drive, in the neighborhood of Del Cerro, in the city of San Diego, California. We strive to build in our congregation a community and a family for our membership. We hope your connection with our temple will be meaningful and rewarding for you and your family.
April 6, 2020
Dear Temple Emanu-El Family,
Our Shabbat Services will continue to be livestreamed. Please use the link below in green. Be sure to tune in early – Amnon Ben-Yehuda will be playing his violin to get us in the mood for Shabbat starting at 5:15 pm. Here is a link to a “flip book” of Mishkan T’filah for Shabbat or you can purchase a discounted ebook version from amazon.com.
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We hope you are following best social-distancing practices and doing your best to be responsible participants in helping slow the spread of the virus.
Please be sure to let our rabbis or our office staff know if you need any assistance with anything. If you are in the high risk age group for the virus and you don’t feel safe leaving the house to do grocery shopping or to pick up medications, please let us know so we can have a volunteer assist with those necessities. If you are stuck home and would like to volunteer to help our elderly members and you are in excellent health, please email Sharon Snyder at email@example.com know so we can continue to create our list of “Mitzvah Makers.”
We love you all and we send you good wishes for a speedy passing of this virus and a full measure of health.
Rabbi Devorah and Rabbi Benj
Social Action Center
Mitzvah of the Month: April
Due to the need for social distancing, we are asking that you not bring items into the Temple Office. Instead, we would appreciate financial donations to the Rabbis’ Discretionary Funds so we will be able to help congregants and community members in need. Also, donations to the Social Action – Hunger Project and Jewish Family Service of San Diego are most welcome.