Temple Emanu-El Happenings
Announcements
Service & Event Times
Fri., Jan. 17th
6:00 PM
Fri., Jan. 17th
7:00 PM
Tues., Jan. 21st
7:30 PM
Sat., Jan. 25th
10:30 AM
Sun., Jan. 26th
9:30 AM
Fri., Jan. 31st
6:30 PM
Sat., Feb. 1st
10:00 AM
Sat., Feb. 1st
7:30 PM
Tues., Feb. 4th
7:30 PM
Fri., Feb. 7th
6:00 PM
Fri., Feb. 7th
7:00 PM
Sat., Feb. 8th
9:00 AM
Wed., Feb. 12th
12:00 PM
Highlights
Torah Service with Discussion about Moses & Dr. King
January 17 // 7pm

Join us for a special MLK service with Torah service and discussion about Moses and Dr. King. In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. weekend tomorrow, we will being having a Torah Service that discusses Dr. King and Moses. There will be excerpts read from Dr. King's speeches and we will learn about their impact on the world today. 

Important Upcoming Events
Israeli Dancing
January 21 // 7:30pm

Put on your dancin' shoes and come to our free Israeli dance class taught by our very own Loui Tucker. No dance experience necessary and we welcome everyone from the community to join in the fun.

Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Magat
January 22 // 12:00pm

Want to learn Torah & how it relates to our everyday life & current events? Join the Rabbi for his Bi-Monthly lunch & learn class.

Legacy Rock Shabbat
January 24 // 7:30pm

Join us for a special Shabbat Service that you don't want to miss! We are partnering with Yavneh Day School for this year's Legacy Rock Shabbat.

There will be an appetizer recpetion starting at 6:30pm, with the service to follow at 7:30pm.

TEE Office Closed
January 20 // All Day

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Temple Emanu-El Office will be closed all day. We appreciate your understanding, and we will be open on Tuesday at 9am.

If you need to reach us, you may leave us a message at 408-292-0939 or email us at admin@templesanjose.org .
Neighborhood Havdalah
February 1 // 6pm

Join your neighbors for a unique Havdalah experience. You will be matched with other Jewish families in your area to celebrate the end of the week while meeting new friends.

Sisterhood Gift Shop
Looking to buy a Father's Day present? Need gifts for graduation in the Spring? We invite you to visit the gift shop for all your needs.

Community Events
Janka - A play by Oscar Speace
January 24-26 - 2pm & 7pm

The Janka Project and the Fresno Arts Council in conjunction with the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts present Janka, an eyewitness account of the Holocaust journey of Janka Festinger. This powerful performance will put you into the middle of Hitler’s Final Solution. 

Jewbilee Day of Jewish Learning
January 26 // 1pm

The Stories That We Dance -
Immerse yourself in a Jewish learning experience. Jewbilee is an annual day of Jewish learning at the JCC. Additionally, our very own Phil Hankin, TEE Education Director, is offering a unique experience! He will explore the history of Israeli dance and the stories that the early Chalutzim (pioneers) told. Prepare to schvitz!

International Holocaust Remembrance Day
January 28 // 1:30pm

Local Holocaust survivor Tamar Jacobs and Council Member Sergio Jimenez will join Mayor Sam Liccardo in proclaiming a week of remembrance in San Jose during the Ceremonial Items portion of the regular meeting of the San Jose City Council.

Violins of Hope
January 28 // 5:30pm

The Violins of Hope Project is a rare assemblage of string instruments played by European Jews before, during, and after the Holocaust. These priceless historic instruments are touring the world, bringing together people of all faiths, nationalities and beliefs.

Temple Emanu-El
1010 University Avenue
San Jose, CA 95126

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(408) 292-0939