July 22, 2014   24 Tamuz 5774
Congregation Emanu-El Spokane Washington 
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Welcome!  Congregation Emanu-El 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. We invite you to browse our website, attend an event, or contact us for further information.

Upcoming Services and Events  
Jun. 21 Outdoor Shabbat Service, Torah Study and Potluck Luncheon - 9:30 am. Come join us for an outdoor Shabbat Service (weather permitting) led by Rabbi Tamar at the UUC. This will be followed by a potluck luncheon. Babysitting is provided. (No religious school classes.)
Jun. 28 Jewish Renewel Service - 10 a.m.  Jewish renewal is a worldwide, transdenominational movement grounded in Judaism's prophetic and mystical traditions. Rabbi Elizabeth Goldstein has offered to lead a Shabbat Renewal service with a meditative aspect at the Berkowitz home.  For directions email djbkwtz@yahoo.com.  If you're a member, you can also find the address on the membership list. If you have a chumash (Torah or Hebrew Bible), please bring it.
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Useful Information  

Services are held at the Unitarian Universalist Church (Thoreau Room), 4340 West Fort George Wright Drive, Spokane, WA, unless otherwise indicated.

CALL 509-835-5050 (message)
or EMAIL info@spokaneemanu-el.org


We have a new Facebook page!! Click on this link to check it out and "like" us. We're hoping that this will become another resources to help our members and friends exchange information and stay connected.

Click here for a copy of the new membership form.


Congregation Emanu-el gratefully accepts your donations to help our congregation grow and thrive. You can now donate on-line through the secure PayPal link below.

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