Events



  • SoCal Village Coalition


    The SoCal Village Coalition is gathering for a speaker on affordable housing and to share best practices once again.

    Monday, October 23, 2017
    8:45am – 2:00pm
    Temple Isaiah - Social Hall
    10345 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles
     
    The meal fee is $22 to cover our expenses and includes coffee, tea, fruit and croissants as we arrive in the morning, with several salad choices served for lunch.
     
  • Silent and Live Auction


     
  • Day Long Meditation with ...


    A Meditation Mini Retreat with Rabbi Rachel Cowan, author of Wise Aging: Living with Joy, Resilience and Spirit. Each session is $10; both sessions $18. Come to either one or both. 

    Two sessions are available. The event will take place in the Belle Chapel and Greer Social Hall at 300 N. Clark Drive, Beverly Hills. 
     


    Session One
    10:00- 12:30 for facilitators and participants in Wise Aging groups and for others who would like to be a part of a Wise Aging group in the future 

    Lunch Break
    12:30-2:00 Sandwiches available for pick up and purchase;  
    1:15- 1:45 Silent lunch with food meditation practice Greer Social Hall  

    Session Two
    2:00-5:00 Experiencing and Understanding Meditation as a Jewish Spiritual practice that brings greater personal meaning to prayer and study  

    Rabbi Cowan, formerly the Executive Director of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, was named by Newsweek in 2007 and in 2010 as one of the 50 leading rabbis in the United States, and by the Forward in 2010 as one of the 50 leading women rabbis. Rabbi Cowan was featured in the PBS series The Jewish Americans. Her book and the trainings she has led has sparked Wise Aging groups across the country, including at Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills. 

     
    Parking will be available at the Temple Emanuel garage at 8844 Burton Way. 
  • Become a Music Ambassador


    In honor of Lizzie Weiss’s installation as Cantor of Temple Emanuel, I’d like to help her AMPLIFY our community’s musical programming. 
     
  • Early Childhood Center Ap...


    Please fill out the application below for admission to the Temple Emanuel
    Early Childhood Center. This application, when accompanied by your $100.00
    non-refundable application fee, will ensure consideration for next year’s
    program.
     
    The key to our success is communication between you, your child’s teacher, and
    school administrator. As director of the Early Childhood Center, I look forward
    to meeting with you.
     
    Sincerely,
    Stacy Kesner, M.A.
    Early Childhood Center Director
  • YoPro Purim Shpiel and Pa...


  • Lifelong Learning Registr...



  • Family Center Transition ...


     
  • Lifelong Learning Registr...



  • Simchat Torah Shabbat wit...


     
  • Strive Not to Gossip with...



     
    When is it permissible to speak about someone who isn't there? When is it forbidden to spread information about another person—whether it is true or not? Incorporating the teachings of the Chafetz Chaim (the Jewish"Bible" about gossip), Rabbi Aaron will explore the subtleties of what is considered in Jewish tradition to be one of th emost dangerous of human behaviors, "Lashon Hara" (the evil tongue). It may be impossible to stop all of our talk about others, but striving not to speak ill about others can help any of us to live a more peaceful and tranquil existence. 


  • Non-Member Lifelong Learn...



  • Harmony in Unison



  • Coalition Constraints: Wh...


  • Teen Sleepover



    Your teen is invited to sleep at the temple and enjoy an evening of laser tag, games, dinner, snacks and FUN!
     
  • GIVING TUESDAY 2017





    You can support the impactful social justice work
    that our Temple Emanuel members are doing 
    by giving to one of our six Na'aseh V'nishmah Community Engagement 
    Programs

    (Please fill out one form for each donation)

  • "She Will Rock You" Purim...


  • Shabbat in the Park



     
    Shabbat in the Park is our newest, hands-on experience that will have your child(ren) singing, dancing, and grooving along in the beautiful outdoors. This event is tailored to families with children 6 years old and younger, but all are welcome.
     
    Join the Temple Emanuel Clergy and bring your friends, a picnic, a blanket and a smile! For more information on ShirLaLa, please visit ShirLaLa.com.

    This event is sponsored by Patty and Larry Goodman and family. 
     

  • Jewish Muslim Comedy Nigh...



  • "She Will Rock You" Purim...


  • GIVING TUESDAY


     
    You can support the impactful work of our Temple Emanuel members
    by giving to one of the six causes that are part of our
    Community Engagement and Social Justice Program. 

    (Please fill out one form for each donation)


  • Light and Laughter


    A Night of Jewish Comedy
     
     
    Join us December 15, 2016 as our favorite comedians begin Hanukkah in the most entertaining way!

    Admission includes a complimentary beverage from the bar and light bites.

    Evening is hosted by Danielle Soto and headlining is Zach Sherwin (zachsherwin.com).
    Featuring Adam Feuerberg, Rachele Friedland, Alex Mandelberg, Chad Lurie and more...


    This event is part of the Infinite Light citywide Hanukkah festival, which is made possible by a partnership with NuRoots, a program of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles – in conjunction with Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills' YoPro and JWT. 

    Find out more about the Infinite Light festival by visiting infinitelight.la
     
     
  • Family Center Temple Tots...



  • Wine & Cheese


  • Uncovering Our Humanity w...



     
    What does it mean to Strive to Be Human in a world which all too often challenges our humanity? What does it even mean to be human? In the book of Genesis, we read, "And God blew into the nostril the breath of life, neshimatchayim, and the human became a living being." The nefesh (soul) is the key ingredient which transforms a human into a living being. In this course, we will strive and struggle with our own souls and our sense of purpose in the world as we uncover what it means to be living beings.


  • Book of Memory Tributes




    Temple Emanuel High Holy Days 2017/5778

    This form is for Temple Emanuel members who want to pay tribute to loved ones in our High Holy Day Book of Memory and Yizkor Supplement. 

    For additional information about our High Holy Day schedule and service, visit tebh.org/HHDinfo.

    Questions? Contact us at 310.288.3737, or at HHD@tebh.org.


  • Family Center Transition ...


     
  • "She will Rock You" Purim...


  • Venues Payment


     
  • Membership Contribution


     
  • Religious School Registra...


    Dear Parents,

    Welcome to the religious school enrollment page. Please use this form to register your child(ren) for all grades (K-12). 

    We look forward to having you join our family for a year of learning and growth!

    Best,

    Rabbi Adam Lutz
    Rabbi Educator
    Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
    RabbiLutz@tebh.org
    310.409.2951

  • Copy of Support Temple Em...


    GIVE YOUR GIFT TODAY
  • High Holy Day Appeal 2017


  • Support Temple Emanuel


    GIVE YOUR GIFT TODAY
  • End of Year Appeal 2017




SoCal Village Coalition The SoCal Village Coalition is gathering for a speaker on affordable housing and to share best practices once again.

Monday, October 23, 2017
8:45am – 2:00pm
Temple Isaiah - Social Hall
10345 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles
 
The meal fee is $22 to cover our expenses and includes coffee, tea, fruit and croissants as we arrive in the morning, with several salad choices served for lunch.
 
Silent and Live Auction  
Day Long Meditation with Rabbi Rachel Cowan
A Meditation Mini Retreat with Rabbi Rachel Cowan, author of Wise Aging: Living with Joy, Resilience and Spirit. Each session is $10; both sessions $18. Come to either one or both. 

Two sessions are available. The event will take place in the Belle Chapel and Greer Social Hall at 300 N. Clark Drive, Beverly Hills. 
 


Session One
10:00- 12:30 for facilitators and participants in Wise Aging groups and for others who would like to be a part of a Wise Aging group in the future 

Lunch Break
12:30-2:00 Sandwiches available for pick up and purchase;  
1:15- 1:45 Silent lunch with food meditation practice Greer Social Hall  

Session Two
2:00-5:00 Experiencing and Understanding Meditation as a Jewish Spiritual practice that brings greater personal meaning to prayer and study  

Rabbi Cowan, formerly the Executive Director of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, was named by Newsweek in 2007 and in 2010 as one of the 50 leading rabbis in the United States, and by the Forward in 2010 as one of the 50 leading women rabbis. Rabbi Cowan was featured in the PBS series The Jewish Americans. Her book and the trainings she has led has sparked Wise Aging groups across the country, including at Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills. 

 
Parking will be available at the Temple Emanuel garage at 8844 Burton Way. 
Become a Music Ambassador In honor of Lizzie Weiss’s installation as Cantor of Temple Emanuel, I’d like to help her AMPLIFY our community’s musical programming. 
 
Early Childhood Center Application Please fill out the application below for admission to the Temple Emanuel
Early Childhood Center. This application, when accompanied by your $100.00
non-refundable application fee, will ensure consideration for next year’s
program.
 
The key to our success is communication between you, your child’s teacher, and
school administrator. As director of the Early Childhood Center, I look forward
to meeting with you.
 
Sincerely,
Stacy Kesner, M.A.
Early Childhood Center Director
YoPro Purim Shpiel and Party
Lifelong Learning Registration for Members
Family Center Transition Class – Late Fall 2017  
Lifelong Learning Registration
Simchat Torah Shabbat with Mostly Kosher
 
Strive Not to Gossip with Rabbi Jonathan Aaron

 
When is it permissible to speak about someone who isn't there? When is it forbidden to spread information about another person—whether it is true or not? Incorporating the teachings of the Chafetz Chaim (the Jewish"Bible" about gossip), Rabbi Aaron will explore the subtleties of what is considered in Jewish tradition to be one of th emost dangerous of human behaviors, "Lashon Hara" (the evil tongue). It may be impossible to stop all of our talk about others, but striving not to speak ill about others can help any of us to live a more peaceful and tranquil existence. 


Non-Member Lifelong Learning Registration
Harmony in Unison
Coalition Constraints: When to Draw Boundaries When Working with Other Communities
Teen Sleepover

Your teen is invited to sleep at the temple and enjoy an evening of laser tag, games, dinner, snacks and FUN!
 
GIVING TUESDAY 2017



You can support the impactful social justice work
that our Temple Emanuel members are doing 
by giving to one of our six Na'aseh V'nishmah Community Engagement 
Programs

(Please fill out one form for each donation)

"She Will Rock You" Purim Party & Shpiel (Non-Members)
Shabbat in the Park

 
Shabbat in the Park is our newest, hands-on experience that will have your child(ren) singing, dancing, and grooving along in the beautiful outdoors. This event is tailored to families with children 6 years old and younger, but all are welcome.
 
Join the Temple Emanuel Clergy and bring your friends, a picnic, a blanket and a smile! For more information on ShirLaLa, please visit ShirLaLa.com.

This event is sponsored by Patty and Larry Goodman and family. 
 

Jewish Muslim Comedy Night
"She Will Rock You" Purim Party & Shpiel (Members)
GIVING TUESDAY
 
You can support the impactful work of our Temple Emanuel members
by giving to one of the six causes that are part of our
Community Engagement and Social Justice Program. 

(Please fill out one form for each donation)


Light and Laughter
A Night of Jewish Comedy
 
 
Join us December 15, 2016 as our favorite comedians begin Hanukkah in the most entertaining way!

Admission includes a complimentary beverage from the bar and light bites.

Evening is hosted by Danielle Soto and headlining is Zach Sherwin (zachsherwin.com).
Featuring Adam Feuerberg, Rachele Friedland, Alex Mandelberg, Chad Lurie and more...


This event is part of the Infinite Light citywide Hanukkah festival, which is made possible by a partnership with NuRoots, a program of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles – in conjunction with Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills' YoPro and JWT. 

Find out more about the Infinite Light festival by visiting infinitelight.la
 
 
Family Center Temple Tots – Spring 2017
Wine & Cheese
Uncovering Our Humanity within an Inhumane World with Rabbi Adam Lutz

 
What does it mean to Strive to Be Human in a world which all too often challenges our humanity? What does it even mean to be human? In the book of Genesis, we read, "And God blew into the nostril the breath of life, neshimatchayim, and the human became a living being." The nefesh (soul) is the key ingredient which transforms a human into a living being. In this course, we will strive and struggle with our own souls and our sense of purpose in the world as we uncover what it means to be living beings.


Book of Memory Tributes


Temple Emanuel High Holy Days 2017/5778

This form is for Temple Emanuel members who want to pay tribute to loved ones in our High Holy Day Book of Memory and Yizkor Supplement. 

For additional information about our High Holy Day schedule and service, visit tebh.org/HHDinfo.

Questions? Contact us at 310.288.3737, or at HHD@tebh.org.


Family Center Transition Class – Winter 2018  
"She will Rock You" Purim Shpiel and Megillah Reading
Venues Payment  
Membership Contribution  
Religious School Registration for 2017 - 2018 Dear Parents,

Welcome to the religious school enrollment page. Please use this form to register your child(ren) for all grades (K-12). 

We look forward to having you join our family for a year of learning and growth!

Best,

Rabbi Adam Lutz
Rabbi Educator
Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
RabbiLutz@tebh.org
310.409.2951

Copy of Support Temple Emanuel GIVE YOUR GIFT TODAY
High Holy Day Appeal 2017
Support Temple Emanuel GIVE YOUR GIFT TODAY
End of Year Appeal 2017