MARCH MITZVAH MADNESS CONTINUES...MMM may be winding down but we're not done yet! CLICK HERE to visit the MMM page for the full list of activities.UPCOMING:April 2 - Join a Packing Party at Comfort Cases in Rockville from 1:00pm-3:00pm. CLICK HERE to sign-up.April 2 - Join the Jewish Federation in their 6th Annual Good Deeds Day. For Registration Information: CLICK HERECongregants of all ages are invited to join in (children must be accompanied by an adult).ONGOING: Items to DonateWe're in the final stretch - let's finish strong! We are continuing to collect grains, canned proteins, canned fruits and vegetables, and other healthy items for Manna Food Center and toiletries, cleaning supplies (new), and pots and pans (new or gently used) for Refugee Welcome Kits.
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Biblical Archaeology Forum - Bender JCC of Greater Washington
Wednesday, February 22 at 8:00pm at the Bender JCCSpeaker: Lisa Kahn, George Mason University
When Caesar Augustus appointed Herod as King of the Jews, the political and physical landscape of Judea was bleak. Herod, however, crafted a personal agenda that was to transform his country and his place in history.
Reviled for great cruelty, this king is now also recognized for his daring architectural innovations. Herod rebuilt the Temple in Jerusalem and created the thriving port Caesarea Maritima with its Temple of Roma and Augustus overlooking a thriving harbor and one of his most luxurious palaces. He strategically placed other palace-fortresses throughout the country constructing a network of administrative centers. The archaeological evidence reveals an architectural genius, each palace designed with breathtaking synergy with its natural surroundings and clearly intended to impress.
Herod’s final project, his tomb at Herodium, further transformed the already remarkable site. These sites will be presented in light of current findings and analyses, revealing various aspects of this powerful ruler.
Reservations are not required. Fees per lecture are: free – high school students $5 – Residents of CES Life Communities, college students and co-sponsors $8 – BASONOVA & Bender JCC members $10 – the general publicFor more information, please contact BAF.JCCGW@gmail.com.
Temple Emanuel is a a co-sponsor for this event along with: Adat Shalom, Temple Beth Ami and Kol Shalom / Rabin Chair Forum
Mar. 31, 2017 6:00pm - 6:30pm
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Mar. 31, 2017 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Kabbalat Shabbat Service and Camp Celebration
Apr. 01, 2017 9:00am - 10:30am
Apr. 07, 2017 6:00pm - 6:30pm
Wine and Cheese Oneg
Temple Emanuel Early Childhood Center~2017-2018 Preschool Enrollment
It’s hard to believe that the new school year is rightaround the corner! Enrollment for 2017/18 is quickly approaching and Temple Emanuel Early ChildhoodCenter will soon be welcoming new families to ourprogram. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to earlychildhood learning and the progressive values ofTemple Emanuel, we foster a love of explorationand discovery. Children ages 2 to 5, along with our professionaleducators, share their days together in our highlyrespected, full-day, year-round program. We invite you to visit and see us in action. Director,Madeline Gold, is happy to set up an appointment ata time convenient to you.
Contact ECC Director Madeline Gold at Madeline@templeemanuelmd.org or 301-942-2000to arrange a personal tour.
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Temple Emanuel 10101 Connecticut Avenue Kensington, MD 20895 P: (301) 942-2000 F: (301) 942-9488