WRJ Passover Seder

PASSOVER
With Temple Emanuel

Preparing for a Pandemic Passover
Sunday, March 7th at 2:00pm
Join Rabbi Adam, Cantor Lindsay, and members of the WRJ for an informative afternoon about preparing for an interactive family Seder.  Participants will be able to attend two of the following breakout sessions:

  • Enhancing your Seder with meaningful rituals — Rabbi Adam
  • Sing a new song at your holiday table — Cantor Lindsay
  • Sharing recipes and cooking tips — Joan Zlotnik, Annie Greenblum, and Sue Rudo

Please Register in Advance

WRJ’s 27th Annual Women’s Seder
Sunday, March 14th, 4:30-6:00pm

This year we are going virtual!
Open to all Temple Emanuel women and their female guests – you do not have to be a member of WRJ in order to attend, but be warned — you might have so much fun that you join WRJ on the spot!  Featuring the return of the (updated and shortened for Zoom) original 1993 Temple Emanuel Women’s Seder Hagaddah.  Everyone who signs up will receive an emailed copy of this unique Haggadah bringing women back into the Passover story.
There is no charge to attend this year’s Seder.  In support of this program, a donation of $18 would be greatly appreciated.  Please mail your contributions to the Temple, with a note marked Attn: Women’s Seder.

If you plan to attend please RSVP to WRJ@TempleEmanuelmd.org

COVID-19 Update

Temple Emanuel is committed to the health and safety of our community – within and outside of our Temple walls – and seeks to help slow the spread of COVID-19. In the interest of public welfare, most in-person events have been suspended. We will announce changes to our operations online and through email.

Find out about online activities and how Temple Emanuel leadership can support you.

Temple Emanuel Early Childhood Center (ECC): Limited Enrollment Available 

Temple Emanuel Early Childhood Center has limited availability in its in-person, full day, Reggio-Inspired child care program for children ages 2 – 5. Hours of operation are 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

The program strictly adheres to CDC, MSDE and Montgomery County government Covid-19 guidelines. As an integral part of the larger Reform Jewish Temple Emanuel community that honors spiritual and intellectual growth, the program’s pedagogy reflects a commitment to social action, a deep respect for the diversity of our community and a deep appreciation of the natural environment. The Reggio-inspired program offers enriching experiences for children that foster creativity and collaborative learning while supporting children’s social-emotional development and growth.

For more information, contact Melissa Williamson, Director of Early Childhood at mwilliamson@templeemanuelmd.org or (301) 942-2000.

We believe in maintaining a caring, inclusive community based on Jewish values and principles,
encouraging Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).

We believe in promoting Jewish learning as a lifelong process for ourselves, our families, and
our children.

We believe in strengthening our Jewish faith, commitment, and observance.

We believe in fostering the love of Judaism and the preservation of Judaism and the Jewish people.

As a Reform Jewish Congregation, affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, we believe in adherence to the concepts of God, Torah, and Israel.