Temple Emmanuel of Wakefield continues to have a busy after Chanukah month with a variety of activities from Shabbat celebrations for adults and tots, “Finding God, “ a continuing education program led by Rabbi Greg Hersh, and our once a week CHAI School.
The Sisterhood of Temple Emmanuel of Wakefield will host a Virtual Cooking Demonstration with our resident chef, Susan Silbovitz on Sunday, December 12 at 11 am. She will teach us how to make “Salad, Deconstructed & Reconstructed.”There is no fee, but you must register by Fri 12/10: firstname.lastname@example.org to get Zoom link.
That same Sunday at 7 pm, Temple Reads will meet also on zoom to discuss the book, “Beyond the Ghetto Gates” by Michelle Cameron. The story based on real events takes place during the turbulent days of Napoleon’s Italian campaign, (1796-97) in the port city of Ancona, freeing the city’s Jews from their repressive ghetto. The historical novel depicts how the Jews and Catholics of that city wrestle with ancient traditions, prejudices, and the challenges of a rapidly changing world. To join the discussion, contact Liz at LindenTree85@comcast.net for the Zoom link.
Temple Emmanuel is a welcoming member of the Jewish Reconstructionist Communities: Deeply Rooted, Boldly Relevant. Temple Emmanuel is located at 120 Chestnut Street, Wakefield. WakefieldTemple.org. 781-245-1886