Temple Emanu-El Happenings
Religious School Registration
Take advantage of early bird pricing before June! Early bird Religious School registration is NOW AVAILABLE! We also have an updated curriculum that you don't want to miss, in ad dition to new offerings and options. Get all the details.

Service & Event Times
Fri, June 12th
10:00 AM
Fri., June 12th
6:30 PM
Sun., June 14th
9:00 AM
Tues., June 16th
12:00 PM
Thurs, June 18th
12:00 PM
Fri, June 19th
10:00 AM
Fri., June 19th
6:30 PM
Fri., June 19th
7:30 PM
Important Upcoming Events
If you require any assistance from any Temple Emanu-El staff, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Whether it's scheduling a meeting with the Rabbi, updating Yahrzeits, refuah shlema, groceries, prescriptions, or anything else, please e-mail us at: admin@templesanjose.org .
Now more than ever, we need to find new ways to connect. Make sure you like our Facebook page to connect to fellow congregants and friends, and stay up to date on the latest Temple Emanu-El news.
Patio Shabbat Service
Fri., June 12 // 6:30pm

Summer brings our Patio Shabbat Services! We will be streaming our services from our Patio so that you can enjoy the outdoor space with Rabbi and Cantor. In person services are still canceled at this time.

Chat with Rabbi Magat
Tues., June 16th // 12pm

We know it's been a few weeks since you've had the chance to catch up with Rabbi & talk about your week. Grab your lunch & join your fellow congregants for a relaxing discussion and hangout.

Lunch & Learn Politics: Israel and Annexation, Part I
Wednesday, June 17th // 12pm

Rabbi Straus, J Street Northwest Deputy Regional Director, based in Oakland, will discuss the new Israeli government's intention to annex parts of the West Bank; what that may mean for Israelis and Palestinians; and what those concerned by it can do to respond here in the US. He will explore both the politics of annexation in Israel and J Street's work on the issue here in the US.

TV/Film Discussion
Thursday, June 18th // 12pm

Join Rabbi Magat and Religious School Director Phil Hankin, as they discuss popular & relevant TV shows & Films, as they relate to current events.

This week we will be discussing " Just Mercy".

Streamed Patio Shabbat Service
Fri., June 19th // 6:30pm

It's Summer, and that means it's time for our Patio Shabbat Service! Joined Rabbi and Cantor for our Streamed Patio Shabbat Service, from the comfort of your own home.

Tikkun Olam Committee
Do you want to make the world a better place? Interested in social justice issues or environmental issues? Please consider joining the Tikkun Olam Committee.
There are many ways to get involved.

Contact Sharon at  shosh4511@comcast.net

New Opportunity!
Are you interested in discussing some of the “great questions of existence” we all ponder? Want to learn more about other religions, both Western and Eastern? Join us as we study and discuss various other religions and spiritualities, including a comparison of the ways that they are both similar to, and different from, Judaism.

Email Len Schreibstein, Temple member and group facilitator for more info.

How to Be An Anti-Racist, Book Club
The Tikkun Olam Committee is sponsoring a book club on zoom, reading and discussing the book "How To Be An Anti-Racist" by Ibram X. Kendi. While hard copies of the book are sold out for now everywhere, the book is available for download on kindle or other devices, or read aloud by the author on Audible. 

Community Events
Camp Newman TeenFest
June 29th - July 11

We're excited to partner with Camp Newman to provide a new Summer Camp opportunity! This is ann innovative, virtual experience for 8th-12th graders to pursue a passion, spark your curiosity, take action on issues that matter to you and create lasting friendships!

JCC Camp Shalom
The JCC is now offering in-person summer camp for all ages  (Preschool-8th Grade). Spots are limited and camps are filling up fast. Registration deadline is June 19.

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

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(408) 292-0939