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All services and classes are online  Click here for information and how to log in. Shabbat services are Friday nights at 7:30 pm

You are also welcome to join us in-person

Please note that the login to join us online for Rosh Hashanah is the same link as for Friday night.

Click here to see the

High Holy Day Flower Donations for 5783/ 2022 – Yom Kippur Edition

Click here to see the

High Holy Day Memorial Booklet 5783/ 2022

 

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A Temple for All

Congregation Emanu-El Israel (CEI) strives to meet the Jewish needs of our community.  We have religious services, educational programs and social activities. Whether you live in a big city, a remote urban area or have some physical issue, CEI can fulfill your religious wishes – regardless of where you live in the country.  

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To all who would like to join us for High Holy Days, either in person or online, please click the link to receive a message.

High Holy Day Invitation

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Click here for the CEI policy on opening doors: 

Door Policy


 

Rabbi Lenny

Rabbi Lenny Sarko

Our rabbi at CEI.

Click the link to see pictures of a Hebrew Braille Sefer Torah Scroll that was created by the rabbi:

Braille Torah Pics

If you would like more information about the braille scrolls please click on the link for Devarim Institute

Click Here for

Weekly News at CEI

and Monthly Newsletters

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Upcoming Events

  • Talmud Class – we will not return until October 20
  • Friday October 7, 7:30 pm, Friday night Shabbat Service
  • Book Burial Service at the synagogue cemetery – in person only – 1pm Sunday October 9 
  • Friday October 14, 7:30 pm, Friday night Shabbat Service – Celebration of Sukkot
  • Friday October 21, 7:30 pm, Friday night Shabbat Service – Simchat Torah – Come help celebrate the Rabbi’s Birthday

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High Holy Day Schedule 2022

Kvar Avot – cemetery service – in person only – Sunday October 2, 10 am at the congregational cemetery

Yom Kippur Eve: Tuesday Night, October 4, 7:30 pm

Yom Kippur Day: Wednesday Morning, October 5, 10 am; afternoon service at 3 pm, Yiskor at 4 pm, Closing Service at 5 pm followed by Break the Fast, about 6 pm

Sukkot – Celebrated on Friday night, October 14, 7:30 pm

Simchat Torah – Celebrated on Friday night, October 21, 7:30 pm