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.
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!
Herb Keinon, the diplomatic correspondent for The Jerusalem Post, has been at the paper for the last 31 years.
He took over the diplomatic beat in August 2000, just after the failed Camp David summit, and just before the outbreak of the Palestinian violence in September of that year.
Keinon is responsible for covering the prime minister and the foreign minister, often traveling with the Prime Minister on his trips abroad.
"President Truman, My Grandfather and a Bottle of Bourbon" is the unique story of how "Papa Frank", Frank's grandfather, helped President Truman realize the importance of recognizing Israel as a country in 1948. Frank has great stories to share about this intimate relationship and the influence his grandfather carried in Israel's early days. Come, listen,and enjoy some bourbon.
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.