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  • A Lifelong Jewish Journey
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  • A Lifelong Jewish Journey
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  • A Lifelong Jewish Journey
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At Temple Emanuel, we seek to inspire A Lifelong Jewish Journey through a passionate commitment to Jewish life, learning, community and spiritual growth.

We want to build a community based on inclusiveness, where everyone is welcome, regardless of age, marital status, sexual orientation, a Jew by birth or by choice.

Temple Emanuel is the largest Reform Congregation north of Boston and an active member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ). Temple Emanuel of Andover has become the religious and educational center for Reform Judaism in the Merrimack Valley. We invite you to become part of our community. Visit our Preschool and our Religious School. Join us for a service or one of our many social, cultural and educational programs. It is our hope that you will find these spiritually fulfilling and enjoyable. 

Please feel free to stop by or contact the Temple Office at 978.470.1356. Our staff is always happy to answer your questions. We look forward to speaking and meeting with you personally. Click here for New Member information

Temple Emanuel Featured Events

A Rabbi, a Priest and a Minister Get on an Airplane... An Exciting and Fascinating Way to Travel to Israel!
This spring (March 28-April 8, 2016) a group from Temple Emanuel, along with members of Christ Church and South Church in Andover will be travelling to Israel. This interfaith journey is designed for vigorous adults who have never been to Israel, or have never visited the Holy Land with a mixed group of Jews and Christians. There is something quite moving for Jews and Christians to see the sights holy to other faiths through the eyes of their fellow travelers.
The trip will be led by the clergy of the three houses of worship: Rabbi Robert Goldstein, Rev. Michael Hodges and Rev. Dana Allan-Walsh. Contact the Temple office at 978.470.1356 for more information.

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Preschool at Temple Emanuel

1Preschool LogoWe are incredibly proud of the educational program we have created for you and your young children. We invite you take a look at what The Preschool at Temple Emanuel has to offer and schedule a tour. 

Lillian S. Kessel Religious School

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Adult Education

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Social Action

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Our Bulletin

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Rabbi Robert Goldstein's Sermon, June 26, 2015 

"And today, our Supreme Court decided that our government, a government of laws could not, should not determine whom we love. Again, bigotry and intolerance were rejected, the dignity for every American, no matter their orientation was upheld.” Rabbi Robert Goldstein.

Rabbi Goldstein spoke on the Supreme Court decision legalizing marriage equality during last Friday’s Sabbath Eve Service. You can read his sermon here.

Annual Meeting, Friday, June 12

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Thank you to all those who attended Friday Night's Annual Meeting/Dinner/Shabbat Service. We would especially like to thank outgoing President Ellen Keller and the other outgoing board members.We appreciate your work and commitment to Temple Emanuel. Congratulations to new president Gerri Weiss and incoming board members. Congregant Carol Lebovidge was presented the Helen and Walter Wertheimer Community Service Award for her service on the Board of Governors. Sisterhood Board and Temple Community.
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2015-2016 Religious School Registration

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Registration for the 2015-2016 Religious School year is underway. Classes are filling up. Click here to register your child(ren). If you are a new family or have any questions, please contact Judy Matulsky.

Our Condolences

Our condolences to Margery Russem and Andrew (Marianne), Julie and Jackie Russem and Families on the passing of their beloved husband, father, grandfather and past president at Temple Emanuel, Jerome Russem. Funeral Information can be found here