September 03, 2015   19 Elul 5775
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  
Thanks for your patience as we transition over to a new website. More information will be coming soon... In the meantime, below is the upcoming holiday schedule. All services take place in the Congregation Emanu-El rooms on the west side of the Temple Beth Shalom building, at 1322 E. 30th Avenue, unless otherwise indicated.  We hope to see you there!

September 13 - Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
7:30 PM - Combined with TBS in main sanctuary

September 14 - Rosh Hashanah
8:30 AM - Rosh Hashanah morning service
9:45 AM - Youth service for all ages
11:15 AM - Brunch followed by Tashlich (directions provided at brunch)

September 22 - Kol Nidre
6:00 PM - Combined with TBS in main sanctuary
September 23 - Yom Kippur
9:30 AM - Yom Kippur morning service
9:45 AM - Youth service for all ages (combined with TBS)
5:00 PM - CEE Mincha & Yizkor service plus discussion
7:45 PM - Havdalah, Shofar, and Break-the-fast potluck
September 27 - Sukkot Celebration
1:00 PM - Build the sukkah at Faith's house
3:00 PM - Decorate sukkah, service, and early potluck dinner in the sukkah
October 4 - Simchat Torah service at 6:30 PM
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All services take place in the Congregation Emanu-El rooms on the west side of the Temple Beth Shalom building, at 1322 E. 30th Avenue, unless otherwise indicated.

Questions?  Please contact info@spokaneemanu-el.org, or (509)-835-5050.

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