✡ One of the first synagogues established in the State of New Jersey, founded in 1871
✡ A Reform Temple affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism
✡ A congregation committed to an inclusive, progressive, and participatory form of religious observance
✡ A center for social action, spirituality, & song, & lifelong learning
✡ A house of worship, a religious school, and a warm and welcoming community
Services are being held in the sanctuary, and also live streamed on our Adas Emuno Streaming YouTube channel. For those attending in person, masks are required at present. Occasionally, Shabbat evening services may be held via Zoom or offsite, so please check the latest NEWS update to confirm.
Please take a moment to pray for all those who suffer at this time:
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A Week In the Life of
Congregation Adas Emuno
Congregation Adas Emuno is a small but active congregation. A “typical” week looks like this:
Shabbat Evening Service⏤our major gathering of the week, led by the Rabbi and Cantor, is a lively celebration of Shabbat in words and music, followed by a convivial Oneg Shabbat in our Social Hall. Click here to sponsor an Oneg Shabbat.
Shabbat Morning Torah Study⏤a devoted group of twenty plus adults study the Bible, Jewish history and Jewish thought with the Rabbi every year. Sessions will be in person only. Click here for this year's Torah study schedule. Contact Rabbi Schwartz for more information.
Sunday Morning Youth Service and Religious School⏤our Sunday School, from Pre-School to Confirmation, begins with a joyful communal service followed by Hebrew and Judaica classes. First year is tuition free⏤contact us to learn more!
Sunday Afternoon Miscellany⏤any given Sunday might include a youth group activity, an adult education program, or our Poetry Garden gathering, so named because it often takes place in our beautiful meditation garden.
Thursday Tutoring and Committees⏤our B’nai Mitzvah students meet year round with the Cantor and Rabbi, as do our various committees and Board of Trustees.
Of course, all the Jewish holidays (and there are many) only add to the celebration of Jewish life at Congregation Adas Emuno!