Welcome to Temple Emanu El

Adam Abrams, President

Recently celebrating its 70th anniversary, Temple Emanu El has blossomed into a leading Reform Congregation in Cleveland, Ohio.  Our current facility, constructed in 2008, is a state of the art building, that is warm and welcoming.  As you walk into the open and inviting atrium, you will see that our home also features a stunning large sanctuary, intimate chapel, as well as a Pre-school and Religious school facility. 

Our openhearted congregation is an all-inclusive, caring community, that encourages individuals to discover everything we have to offer.  Fostering the ability to build relationships, encourage lifelong learning, and become involved with social action.

Our clergy and dedicated staff continue to create meaningful programs and experiences to ensure that each congregant has the resources available to them for lifecycle events, holidays, and daily Jewish experiences.

Inspired by our past, our synagogue is also built on our future.  Our youth continue to be an inspiration for all.  Our teens continue to be leaders in the local community and the regional youth organization. 

I hope you come and get to know us.  Our goal is to create relationships with our fellow congregants that will last a lifetime.  I look forward to personally welcoming and meeting you.

Adam Abrams, President

  • Saturdays Ongoing • Parsha HaShavuah (Torah Study)  • 9:00
    Join us for an eclectic and open discussion of the week’s Torah portion from commentary found in The Women’s Torah Commentary, Etz Hayim and the URJ Torah Commentary.
    Thursdays Ongoing • This and That Class • 1:30 pm
    Do you just want to learn and engage your brain? Do you want to deepen your knowledge of Judaism? If so, you just might want to consider this interfaith class that covers all kinds of interesting topics as suggested by the class attendees. Whatever your background, you will feel welcomed in this class. Facilitated by Rabbi Daniel Roberts.
    First Friday Shabbat • February 1 • Pre-Reception at 5:45 pm
    Jewish National Fund will sponsor the Pre-Reception and Dinner for our First Friday Shabbat. RSVP your family count to Judi Roseman at jroseman@teecleve.org. Dinner is immediately following service
    Friday, February 8 • “A Necessary Voice” Shabbat • 5:45 pm/6:15 pm
    Free and open to the community. Join us for our Pre-Reception, Shabbat Service, and hear Angela Ladson speak on the unrelenting epidemic of gun violence.
    It Happens to Our People: The Opioid Epidemic is Impacting Our Community •  Monday, February 25 • 7:00 pm
    Aaron Marks has been an advocate of the recovery community for over a decade. RSVP is required to info@teecleve.org or 216.454.1300.
  • Temple Emanu El’s Chesed (Caring) Committee is available to provide support to our congregation. Whether you are in need of help or want to lend a hand, click here to learn more.

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