Temple Emanu-El Happenings
Announcements
Annual Campaign
Our Annual Campaign for 2020 is underway! This campaign is a critical part of our annual budget. Your donations help to provide programming, events, and more for the Temple Emanu-El Community. Additionally, your donations will help provide for health & safety at Temple Emanu-El.

Want to make your donation be more impactful? Your donations THROUGH OCTOBER 10th will be DOUBLED, thanks to Steve Krandel personally matching donations made between now and the end of High Holy Days.

Highlights
Erev Shabbat & Simchat Torah & Yizkor Service
Friday, October 9th // 6pm
Saturday, October 10th // 9:00am

Join our clergy over Zoom as we celebrate reaching the end of the Torah for this year! Be sure to have your flags and presents decorated that you received in your High Holy Day gift bag.

On Saturday morning, Rabbi Magat will be holding the Yizkor service via Zoom.

TEPS Pizza Fundraiser
Tuesday, Oct. 13 // 4-9pm

Love Pizza? Help support the Temple Emanu-El Preschool with our annual pizza fundraiser! Be sure to pick order from Round Table Pizza on The Alameda, and a portion of all purchases will go to supporting TEPS.

Service & Event Times
Sat., Oct. 10th
9:00 AM
Sun., Oct. 11th
9:00 AM
Sun., Oct. 11th
10:00 AM
Sun., Oct. 11th
10:00 AM
Tues., Oct. 13th
12:00 PM
Wed., Oct. 14th
12:00 PM
Fri., Oct. 16th
7:00 PM
Important Upcoming Events
Tikkun Olam Committee: Ballot Proposition Review
Thursday, October 8 // 7:00 pm,

Temple Emanu-El community will come together to learn more about Propositions 16 and 17 (RAC-CA endorses) and Proposition 20 (RAC-CA opposes). And, in case you missed Tuesday's forum, we'll throw in a quick rundown on Prop. 15. (RAC-CA neutral). 


Adult Ed: Jews of Morocco
Sunday, October 11th // 10am
Sunday, October 18th // 10am
Sunday, October 25th // 10am

Climb aboard a virtual camel and tour Jewish Morocco with Shirley Lee. Visit one of the most unusual Jewish cemeteries in the world. Explore the only Jewish museum in an Arab country. Find out why Muslims are now taking care of synagogues and other Jewish sites plus so much more!  Did you know that Cleopatra is mentioned in the Talmud?!! 

This class is open to BOTH members and non-members.

Chat with Rabbi Magat
Tuesday, October 13th // 12pm

Here's your opportunity to chat with your fellow congregants and talk to the Rabbi about whatever is on your mind. Bring your lunch & hang out for an hour with everyone!

Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, October 14th // 12pm

Join Rabbi Magat for a great session today as we discuss current issues and how the impact our TEE Congregation and community. Bring your lunch for a focused and educational meeting.


Sefer Book Club
Sunday, November 1 // 5pm
Introducing the Sefer Club - a book club for the greater Temple Emanu-El community. We are so excited to announce our first book that we will be reading:

Ariel Sampson Freelance Rabbi, by Manishtana

Community Events
Bone Marrow Donor Needed
A friend of a Temple Emanu-El community member is needing a Bone Marrow donor. Jordan was recently diagnosed with leukemia and needs to find a bone marrow donor match. Jordan is 24 years old, bi-racial (Black and white), and Jewish, which is a hard match to find. If you are able to support him or can help out, please click the link below.

Pride in Your Sukkah
Thursday, October 8 // 8pm

LGBTQ in Israel: When Tel Aviv Meets the Rabbinate

Matan Zamir Deputy Consul General in SF grew up in Jerusalem where his family has lived for nine generations. He is a lawyer; he received his L.L.B. from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 2008 and like any passionate Israeli, Matan enjoys his basketball, and upon moving to San Francisco he became a proud Golden State fan. Zamir and his American partner Dylan Chuilli, are excited to be in San Francisco and the couple, who are avid wine connoisseurs, enjoy exploring California's wine country. As an interfaith couple — Chuilli is a non-practicing Christian — Zamir told the Bay Area Reporter during an interview earlier this month that he looks forward to working with the San Francisco Bay Area's large interfaith community.

Great Questions Interreligious Discussion Group
Sunday, October 11th // 12:30pm

This is an ongoing group that meets once per month. We discuss the Great Questions of Existence though the lens of many of the world's religions.

At this meeting, we will take a "deep dive" into various elements of religious observance, both for Judaism and an array of other religions, primarily utilizing recent Pew Research poll data. This will help set the framework for future presentations, visits and studies and give participants a picture of differences and similarities among many major, and not-so major, modern religions.

We will also view a related video that approaches "religion" as a multi-dimensional activity.

For the more information, and/or to receive the Zoom link for this meeting, please send an email to Len Schreibstein at: Lendebsch@aol.com
Voter Engagement
The General Election is coming up soon, on November 3rd. It's important to have your voice be heard, for any issue that you support. Here are different ways that you can register to vote and have your voice be heard. How will you encourage others to vote this election?

Temple Emanu-El
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San Jose, CA 95126

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