Temple Emunah is a dynamic, egalitarian, Conservative synagogue of approximately 525 families, serving the Jewish communities of Lexington, Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Waltham, Burlington, Woburn and more than 20 other towns in Boston's northwest suburbs. We welcome all Jewish men and women and their partners and children of all races, national and ethnic origins, and sexual orientation. The heart and soul of Temple Emunah is the people, who make it one of the premier Conservative synagogues in New England and beyond. With a rich heritage of strong lay leadership and an active, involved and inviting congregation, Temple Emunah inspires and lives up to its name—Emunah—faith and integrity. Temple Emunah is handicapped accessible and offers a wide variety of religious, educational and social opportunities. Temple Emunah is a member of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts.
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by Rabbi David Lerner The obituaries have been written, the plot has been opened and the tombstone is being carved. But before we complete the... Read More
Posted by Dawny Gershkowitz, Temple Emunah In the last 6 months, some nearly inexplicable issues have led me to go from a hiker and a... Read More
Shmini Atzeret 5773, by Rabbi Stephen Lerner, guest speaker at Temple Emunah Some years ago a young rabbi came to his new congregation... Read More