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Full Circle | Interview with Doni Zasloff of Nefesh Mountain

Full Circle | Interview with Doni Zasloff of Nefesh Mountain

Full Circle Doni Zasloff stood on the Grand Ole Opry stage, just inside the hardwood circle that has fueled the dreams of generations of musicians, and sang in Hebrew. It was a poem she and Eric Lindberg, her husband and co-leader of Nefesh Mountain, had written for the title track of their new... Read more »

Temple Responds | Reproductive Rights

Temple Responds | Reproductive Rights

Temple Emanu-El continues to respond to the news surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark ruling that guaranteed a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion. Here are resources of events, position statements and guiding... Read more »

Crossing the Sea: Passover in Poland

Crossing the Sea: Passover in Poland

Cantor Vicky Glikin will be representing Temple on a Passover journey to Warsaw, Poland, to lead a seder in her native Russian language and to provide emotional and logistical support to Ukranian refugees. A native of Ukraine, Cantor Glikin will also be working with other volunteers to provide... Read more »

150th Annual Meeting Recap

150th Annual Meeting Recap

Temple's 150th Annual Meeting took place on April 6, 2022. If you were not able to attend, above is the recap video slideshow and notes from the Vice Presidents about the past year for your viewing pleasure.  We are thrilled to congratulate our newly elected board including... Read more »

Creating a True Community of Belonging

Creating a True Community of Belonging

“To create a true Community of Belonging” – that’s a pretty big goal and a part of my job description as the Director of Inclusion here at Temple Emanu-El. But, this is not a lofty aspiration, it is a Jewish way of life. B’tzelem Elohim – to see the image of God... Read more »

Update on Covid-19 Response | March 11, 2022

Dear Friends, We’ve been through a lot together, and because of the efforts of everyone at Temple, we have come to a place of confidence in our response to the pandemic. A prayer in our liturgy, birkat hagomel, is often recited in gratitude for completing a dangerous journey. It thanks... Read more »

Civil Rights Journey with Temple Teens

Civil Rights Journey with Temple Teens

Welcome home to 15 of our Temple teens who have completed an unforgettable civil rights journey, visiting important sites throughout the South. Here are some reflections from visits to Montgomery and Birmingham, compiled by Shira Stevenson, Director of Youth Engagement, who with Rabbi Dan Utley... Read more »

Out of the Danger Zone | A Conversation with Rabbi Rachel Mikva

Out of the Danger Zone | A Conversation with Rabbi Rachel Mikva

Out of the Danger Zone How to harness religion for good over harm Temple is welcoming Rabbi Rachel Mikva on Thursday, March 3 for the Rabbi David Lefkowitz Memorial Lecture and a weekend of Shabbat learning. Discussions centered around “Dangerous Religious Ideas,” the title... Read more »