A Place to Call Your Spiritual Home
Temple Emanuel is the largest and oldest synagogue in the Rocky Mountain region, with approximately 2000 member households. We are a Reform congregation in the mainstream of liberal Judaism. Whether you’re single or partnered; gay or straight; Jewishly involved or seeking Jewish connection; from an interfaith or a Jewish home, you will find a comfortable place in our congregation.
You are invited to Temple Emanuel’s First Night Community Seder on Monday, April 10th at 6:00 p.m. in our Social Hall. The dinner will be a buffet meal catered by A Perfect Pear. The seder will be conducted by Rabbi Joseph Black, Rabbi Brian Immerman, Cantor Elizabeth Sacks and Steve Brodsky. We hope you will join us!
Read the signs and make your selections to find the Mitzvah Day project that's right for you! We would love to get 1,000 participants this year. Please consider joining us as we come together as a community to make a difference!
Join us for Temple Emanuel's 142 Annual Meeting. We will be sharing the highlights of the past year, recognizing our 50 year members, installing our new Board of Trustees including our new President Mark Idelberg, and recognizing our Volunteers of the Year
Join us as we host Alden Solovy as our Scholar-in-Residence April 6th-8th. He will doing a book reading, a drash during services, and leading Torah study.
Coming Up at Temple Emanuel
This short service is held in the Feiner Chapel or Meditation Room and is led by a rotation of clergy and lay leaders.
Our congregation uses the Mishkan T’filah prayer book and our services follow a mainstream Reform model. Our cantors use a variety of styles and accompaniments to create a warm and inviting worship experience.