• Sisterhood College Connec...



    Temple Emanuel Sisterhood has a College Youth Committee that helps keep your children connected with our community!
    Packages are sent to children of Current Sisterhood Members throughout the year.
  • 5781 High Holy Day Reques...


    We continue to welcome your guests to observe the High Holy Days via our Virtual Services.

    Please fill out the form below to request the High Holy Day Access Information to be shared with your guest(s).

  • 5781 Children's High Holy...


    Saturday, September 19 at 10:30am- 11:45am
    Monday, September 28 at 10:30am- 11:45am

    In a year that will be unlike any other, Temple Emanuel will continue to offer a High Holy Day Children's program for Grades 2-6.

    This programming will run concurrent to our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Services and will be via a live Zoom call. 

    Please fill out the form below to register your child(ren) for our High Holy Day Children's Programs by September 10. 
  • 5781 High Holy Day Yizkor...


    As a way of connecting to deceased loved ones at this sacred time of the year, Jewish communities, dating back to the early Thirteenth Century, practiced the custom of publishing a "Book of Remembrance" each High Holiday season. Continuing this time-honored tradition, we invite you to send in the name(s) of those family members whom you wish to remember and honor in our "Book of Remembrance". Contributions to the Temple in honor of those whom we remember in this special way are used to support our many programs for children and adults.
     
    PLEASE NOTE: Each year on Yom Kippur, we publish a new "Book of Remembrance" which includes all of the Yizkor prayers, as well as the names of your loved ones. 
     
    Even if you have submitted names in the past, we ask that you do so again this year so that we may update our Temple records. 
     
    REMEMBER: All names for the "Book of Remembrance" must be in the Temple office by September 14, 2020, to ensure inclusion.

    Thank you for your cooperation and generous support.

  • Want to Get Involved?


    Are you interested in what Temple Emanuel has to offer? Let us know what your interested in and we can help get you involved!
  • Request for Reciprocity 5...


    Temple Emanuel offers complimentary Guest Access to members in good standing at other congregations affiliated with the URJ.  If you are requesting reciprocal Guest Access, please have a staff member from your home congregation fill out this form. 
  • Tashlich Service


    Saturday, September 19
    4:30pm
    At the Lawrence Boat Yard

    Note all social-distancin guidelines will be observed. Masks are required. 
  • Electronic Statement Paym...



  • 5781 High Holy Day Non-Me...


    We continue to welcome guests to observe the High Holy Days via our Virtual Services.

    Please fill out the form below to request the High Holy Day Access Information to be shared with your guest(s).

  • Cemetery Service


    Sunday, September 27
    12 Noon
    At Mt. Vernon Cemetery

    Note all social-distancing guidelines will be observed. Masks are required. 
  • Benefactors Society



  • Member Payments 2020-2021



  • SOCIAL ACTION APPEAL FOR ...


    Due to the large number of requests the Temple receives, we have created a process to review the information.  The Social Action Committee only meets four to six times a year but will review your information at our next meeting.

    Please Answer the Following Questions to help us better determine how TE Cares of Temple Emanuel can be of help.

  • 5781 Yom Kippur Virtual F...



    Each year, Temple Emanuel hosts a food drive in the spirit of Tikkun Olam to battle food insecurity in the Merrimack Valley. Last year our community collected and donated 4,000 lbs of non-perishable foods, paper goods, and household items!

    This year we are going virtual! 

    By sponsoring an individual or a family, you are providing them with groceries, paper goods, and household items. 
  • Tashlich and Cemetery Ser...


    Our Tashlich and Cemetery services will be held in-person, following social-distancing and masks will be required. 

    Tashlich Service
    Saturday, September 19, 4:30pm at the Lawrence Boat Yard on Eaton Street

    Cemetery Service
    Sunday, September 27, 12 noon at the Mt. Vernon Cemetery in Lawrence.

  • Maintenance Request Form


    Please use this form to request maintenance work. 
  • Custodial Request Form


    Please use this form to request custodial work. 
  • Online Pledge Form


    Complete this form to indicate your campaign commitment and schedule your pledge payment(s) on a future date. You may elect to make a full, one-time payment or schedule recurring payments.

    If you would like to make a one-time gift or a pledge payment today, use our online giving form.
     
    * Required 
  • Pledge Payment Form


    Complete this form to make a payment on an existing pledge commitment and/or to schedule monthly or quarterly "recurring" pledge payments for your preferred length of time. Your pledge payment -- or the first of your recurring payments -- will be processed today.

    Note: If you have not yet made your campaign commitment, please use our online gift and pledge forms

    * Required
     
  • Online Giving Form


    Complete this form to make a payment today as a one-time gift or as a recurring donation for an amount that is charged perpetually at a chosen frequency (monthly, quarterly or annually) and over a chosen period of time (1-5 years).

    Note: If you intend to pledge and make your first or full payment at a future date, use our online pledge form.

    * Required
     
  • Yahrzeit Contributions


    Through the centuries, Jews have maintained the custom of commemorating occasions of sorrow by making special contributions to their religious institutions.  By contributing to one of our Temple’s Funds, you pay your respects to the person you memorialize and promote Judaism and Jewish values.

    Complete the form below to direct your contribution to a particular fund. 
  • Congregational Funds and ...


    Throughout our history, Temple Emanuel has benefited from gifts supporting our General Operating Fund as well as additional funds and endowments dedicated to specific aspects of Temple life. 

    Complete the form below to direct your contribution to a particular fund or to make a tribute gift.
  • Membership Application


    We look forward to the opportunity to welcome you to our community and tell you more about all the different worship opportunities, programming and ways to get involved and connected at Temple Emanuel.  If you would like to know more about becoming a member, please fill out the information below or call the office at 978.470.1356

Sisterhood College Connection
Temple Emanuel Sisterhood has a College Youth Committee that helps keep your children connected with our community!
Packages are sent to children of Current Sisterhood Members throughout the year.
5781 High Holy Day Request for Guest Access We continue to welcome your guests to observe the High Holy Days via our Virtual Services.

Please fill out the form below to request the High Holy Day Access Information to be shared with your guest(s).

5781 Children's High Holy Day Programming Saturday, September 19 at 10:30am- 11:45am
Monday, September 28 at 10:30am- 11:45am

In a year that will be unlike any other, Temple Emanuel will continue to offer a High Holy Day Children's program for Grades 2-6.

This programming will run concurrent to our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Services and will be via a live Zoom call. 

Please fill out the form below to register your child(ren) for our High Holy Day Children's Programs by September 10. 
5781 High Holy Day Yizkor Book
As a way of connecting to deceased loved ones at this sacred time of the year, Jewish communities, dating back to the early Thirteenth Century, practiced the custom of publishing a "Book of Remembrance" each High Holiday season. Continuing this time-honored tradition, we invite you to send in the name(s) of those family members whom you wish to remember and honor in our "Book of Remembrance". Contributions to the Temple in honor of those whom we remember in this special way are used to support our many programs for children and adults.
 
PLEASE NOTE: Each year on Yom Kippur, we publish a new "Book of Remembrance" which includes all of the Yizkor prayers, as well as the names of your loved ones. 
 
Even if you have submitted names in the past, we ask that you do so again this year so that we may update our Temple records. 
 
REMEMBER: All names for the "Book of Remembrance" must be in the Temple office by September 14, 2020, to ensure inclusion.

Thank you for your cooperation and generous support.

Want to Get Involved? Are you interested in what Temple Emanuel has to offer? Let us know what your interested in and we can help get you involved!
Request for Reciprocity 5781 Temple Emanuel offers complimentary Guest Access to members in good standing at other congregations affiliated with the URJ.  If you are requesting reciprocal Guest Access, please have a staff member from your home congregation fill out this form. 
Tashlich Service Saturday, September 19
4:30pm
At the Lawrence Boat Yard

Note all social-distancin guidelines will be observed. Masks are required. 
Electronic Statement Payments 2020-2021
5781 High Holy Day Non-Member Request for Guest Access We continue to welcome guests to observe the High Holy Days via our Virtual Services.

Please fill out the form below to request the High Holy Day Access Information to be shared with your guest(s).

Cemetery Service Sunday, September 27
12 Noon
At Mt. Vernon Cemetery

Note all social-distancing guidelines will be observed. Masks are required. 
Benefactors Society
Member Payments 2020-2021
SOCIAL ACTION APPEAL FOR ASSISTANCE Due to the large number of requests the Temple receives, we have created a process to review the information.  The Social Action Committee only meets four to six times a year but will review your information at our next meeting.

Please Answer the Following Questions to help us better determine how TE Cares of Temple Emanuel can be of help.

5781 Yom Kippur Virtual Food Drive to Benefit Bread & Roses

Each year, Temple Emanuel hosts a food drive in the spirit of Tikkun Olam to battle food insecurity in the Merrimack Valley. Last year our community collected and donated 4,000 lbs of non-perishable foods, paper goods, and household items!

This year we are going virtual! 

By sponsoring an individual or a family, you are providing them with groceries, paper goods, and household items. 
Tashlich and Cemetery Services Our Tashlich and Cemetery services will be held in-person, following social-distancing and masks will be required. 

Tashlich Service
Saturday, September 19, 4:30pm at the Lawrence Boat Yard on Eaton Street

Cemetery Service
Sunday, September 27, 12 noon at the Mt. Vernon Cemetery in Lawrence.

Maintenance Request Form Please use this form to request maintenance work. 
Custodial Request Form Please use this form to request custodial work. 
Online Pledge Form
Complete this form to indicate your campaign commitment and schedule your pledge payment(s) on a future date. You may elect to make a full, one-time payment or schedule recurring payments.

If you would like to make a one-time gift or a pledge payment today, use our online giving form.
 
* Required 
Pledge Payment Form
Complete this form to make a payment on an existing pledge commitment and/or to schedule monthly or quarterly "recurring" pledge payments for your preferred length of time. Your pledge payment -- or the first of your recurring payments -- will be processed today.

Note: If you have not yet made your campaign commitment, please use our online gift and pledge forms

* Required
 
Online Giving Form
Complete this form to make a payment today as a one-time gift or as a recurring donation for an amount that is charged perpetually at a chosen frequency (monthly, quarterly or annually) and over a chosen period of time (1-5 years).

Note: If you intend to pledge and make your first or full payment at a future date, use our online pledge form.

* Required
 
Yahrzeit Contributions
Through the centuries, Jews have maintained the custom of commemorating occasions of sorrow by making special contributions to their religious institutions.  By contributing to one of our Temple’s Funds, you pay your respects to the person you memorialize and promote Judaism and Jewish values.

Complete the form below to direct your contribution to a particular fund. 
Congregational Funds and Tributes Throughout our history, Temple Emanuel has benefited from gifts supporting our General Operating Fund as well as additional funds and endowments dedicated to specific aspects of Temple life. 

Complete the form below to direct your contribution to a particular fund or to make a tribute gift.
Membership Application We look forward to the opportunity to welcome you to our community and tell you more about all the different worship opportunities, programming and ways to get involved and connected at Temple Emanuel.  If you would like to know more about becoming a member, please fill out the information below or call the office at 978.470.1356