Covid-19 Update, as of August 25, 2021.

The Temple Emanuel COVID-19 Recovery Task Force consults with immunologist Dr. Steve Mizel and other medical professionals to develop our safety measures in response to COVID-19. Please note the following: We have reinstated mask-wearing at all temple events, inside the Education Building and administrative offices, and at all outdoor events when children are present. At Services, we welcome an unlimited number of fully-vaccinated Temple Emanuel members and visitors, but please be aware that physical distancing is required indoors. In some cases, you may be asked to sign in before a Service or event for contact tracing purposes; however, pre-registration for Services is no longer required. You will still be able to join us virtually on LiveStream.

Questions, please contact our office at 336-722-6640 or by email.

Temple Emanuel LiveStream

Click here to visit our LiveControl page, which has live streaming events as well as an archive of previously recorded events.

 

OUR NEXT BROADCAST WILL BE:

Kabbalat Shabbat Service

Friday | October 22 | 7:00pm | LiveStream

 
Our Kabbalat Shabbat service is new and improved for 5782! Our services are led by Rabbi Mark Cohn. Through song, Torah, and prayer, we will receive the Sabbath together. We welcome you to join us either in-person or via LiveStream.

Registration for Services is no longer required. Due to the rise in Covid-19 cases in Forsyth County, we have reinstated mask-wearing at all temple events, and in the Education Building, including the administrative offices and outdoor events with children. We welcome an unlimited number of fully-vaccinated Temple Emanuel members and visitors, but please be aware that physical distancing is required indoors. You will be asked to sign in for contact tracing purposes, if necessary. You will still be able to join us virtually on LiveStream.

Questions, please contact the temple office by phone 336-722-6640 or by email office@templeemanuelws.com

We hope that non Temple Emanuel Members who participate in our Shabbat service offerings will consider making a donation to the Temple’s General Contributions fund, which is used to support much needed technology enhancements.