We Look Forward to Seeing You

We Look Forward to Seeing You

 

Congregation Emanu-El (CEE) is a Reform Jewish community serving the Inland Northwest. Our mission is to provide a welcoming and inclusive Jewish community that is committed to learning about and celebrating the spirituality and history of Judaism.

CEE President’s High Holy Day Message on Yom Kippur 2020 – 5781.

Services are held in the CEE rooms on the west side of the Temple Beth Shalom building:

Temple Beth Shalom Building

1322 E 30th Ave
Spokane, WA. 99203 
509-717-3233

PO Box 30234
Spokane, WA 99223

HIAS Welcome Campaign Congregation

Events

Friday, February 5 Erev Shabbat Service - Bat Mitzvah of Alexis Zenker

6:00 pm: TBS Erev Shabbat Service.

Zoom Link will be posted

Joint Services Guide

Saturday, February 6 Bat Mitzvah

10:00 am: TBS Bat Mitzvah of Alexis Zenker For joint services and events, the Zoom link will be available on the TBS Website

Thursday, February 11 Community Conversation - Standing up to Antisemitism

5:30 pm: Community Conversation - Standing up to Antisemitism A community conversation to support one another and discuss standing up in the face of antisemitism.

Zoom Link on TBS Website

Note from Temple Beth Shalom Board: Thank you for reaching out to us about the events that happened this week. The community response has been amazing and is much appreciated. Early morning Monday February 8, an individual vandalized Temple Beth Shalom with hate symbols. Appropriate authorities have been notified, and investigations are underway. We are angered by this violation, but also grieve that members of our society harbor such hatred. We remain vigilant in the fight to protect everyone’s right to religious freedom and promote tolerance. We will not let these events deter us from living as Jews in our society. Antisemitism is a strike not against just Jews, but against all who cherish our society for the love and freedoms we have. Many of you have offered support. We are ever grateful. The best response is to educate and speak out against hate crimes of any sort, directed at any person or group. Our society should not tolerate bigotry. Many have offered service or donations to Temple Beth Shalom. If you feel you would like to help, donations to The Yom Hashoah fund at Temple Beth Shalom, whose purpose is to educate about the Holocaust, or to the Temple Beth Shalom clean-up fund are gratefully accepted. Thank you for your thoughts and support!

DONATIONS FOR CLEANUP CAN BE MADE HERE

Friday, February 19 Erev Shabbat Service

6:00 pm: CEE Erev Shabbat Service.

Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 876 7196 9662>

Joint Services Guide

February 25 - 27 Purim

For TBS and joint TBS-CEE services and events, the Zoom link will be available on the TBS Website

Saturday, February 27 Shabbat Service

10:00 am: CEE Shabbat Service.

Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 857 2347 0056

Joint Services Guide

Friday, March 5 Tot Shabbat

5:30 - 6:00 pm: Tot Shabbat led by Karrie Brown
6:00 - 7:00 pm: Joint Shabbat Babayit

For joint services and events, the Zoom link will be available on the TBS Website

Announcements

Rabbi Tamar Malino Podcast Interview

Rabi Tamar Malino is interviewed on the FāVS Forward podcast.

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

As part of community efforts to minimize the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Congregation Emanu-El has cancelled all in-person services until further notice. The Temple Beth Shalom board has also decided to cancel in-person events and classes until further notice. This includes Adult Education, Religious School, Hebrew School and any other planned activities at the synagogue.

Please check this page and the Temple Beth Shalom webpage regularly for the most up to date information, including the availability of live streaming of services and online capacity for classes.

More information on the status, prevention and treatment of COVID-19 can be found from the Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD.org), the Washington Department of Health ( https://www.doh.wa.gov) , and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/index.html). For additional information, please contact the Washington State Department of Health at 1-800-525-0127 and press #.  

Shabbat Services and Education

Many Reform congregations around the country are live-streaming their services, you may find them by visiting the Union for Reform Judaism Website

A copy of our Siddur, Mishkan Tefillah, is available for free online

Temple Beth Shalom is streaming Saturday Shabbat morning services at 10:00 am and holding a virtual Minyan via Zoom on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm. Adult and Youth Education is also continuing online! To access these services go to: https://spokanetbs.org

Tikkun Olam - Community-Wide Opportunities

Spokane Regional Health District Community Health Volunteers: The Spokane Alliance is organizing volunteers to be trained as Spokane Regional Health District Community Health Volunteers to check-in over the phone with patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are in their homes. The volunteer will call these community members every day by phone to document worsening symptoms as well as the person's oxygen levels.

Please contact Katie at the Spokane Alliance if you would like to volunteer (katie@spokanealliance.org).

Various Volunteer Opportunities organized by:

We Support the Spokane County Human Rights Task Force

We support the Spokane County Human Rights Task Force's efforts in tracking hate crimes and hate incidents so we can create a community record of these occurrences, develop publicly available reports, and work on improving response and prevention efforts in Spokane. If you have experienced a hate crime or hate incident or know someone who has, report it through this anonymous process.

Human Rights Task Force page

#SpokaneCountyHumanRightsTaskForce #HumanRights #ReportHateCrimes #SayNoToHate

Adult Education

Community Resources

CEE members have access to all Temple Beth Shalom adult education programs. A schedule of all upcoming adult education opportunities is available at: TBS Lifelong Learning Page

Youth Education

Every Wednesday

4:00 pm: Hebrew school

Every Thursday

7:00 pm: Midrasha High for teenagers

Every Sunday

9:45 am – 12:00 pm: Youth Education 

New to the Spokane area and thinking about joining a Reform congregation, visiting and away from your congregation, or just inquiring about attending a service? Please call us at our message phone below:

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:

CALL 509-717-3233 (message)
or EMAIL president@spokaneemanu-el.org