Join Our Family

Our community creates a lasting imprint ­on your heart, spirit, and mind through music that resonates, wisdom that inspires, and community initiatives sparked by the many different voices in our congregation.

We aspire to be a Mezuzah on the many doors that open to a more meaningful Jewish life. We encourage you to explore your own Jewish path within the embrace of our nurturing, inclusive, intergenerational community.

Visit us and let your spirit be uplifted by our friendly and supportive temple family!

  • As members of Temple Emanuel for more than forty years we, our children and grandchildren, always feel a very special comfort level in the services.

    — Abby and Alan Levy

  • We came to your services and absolutely loved them! Your temple was so warm and welcoming, we felt a community so far from home.

    — Laura W. from New York

  • Temple Emanuel is a living, breathing, physical tabernacle that brings me to my community and my community to me, all in the presence of God.

    — Farhad Novian

  • Each of our families have been active members of the Temple Emanuel community for over 50 years. It has been our spiritual home for four generations. The clergy have been integral to all of our lives from Rabbis Zeldin, Shapiro, Heller, Geller, Aaron, and Bassin to Cantors Krawll, Cohn, Kliger, and Weiss.

    — Lisa and Mark Schwartz

  • Temple Emanuel is my comfort zone. It’s my safe place. It gives me that emotional lift that is needed at times.

    — Judie Fenton

  • Temple Emanuel has provided our family a warm and inviting home. it is the place we come to pray, play softball, lose at poker, and learn at religious school.

    — Jeff Wolf

  • I was looking for my Jewish community in Los Angeles and I found it in Temple Emanuel.

    — Scott Stone

Upcoming Services

Since our beginning in 1938, Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills has been a sacred and diverse community in which people of all backgrounds come to mark life's passages and discover a Jewish way of making sense of this world.

Dec 14
6:15pm
Dec 15
10:00am
Dec 21
6:15pm
Dec 22
10:00am
Dec 28
6:15pm
Dec 29
10:00am
Jan 4
8:00pm
Jan 5
10:00am
Jan 11
6:15pm
Jan 12
10:00am
Jan 19
10:00am
Jan 25
6:15pm
Jan 26
10:00am
Feb 1
8:00pm
Feb 2
10:00am
Feb 8
6:15pm
Feb 9
10:00am
Feb 15
6:15pm
Feb 16
10:00am
Feb 16
10:00am
Feb 22
6:15pm
Feb 23
10:00am
Feb 23
10:00am
Mar 1
8:00pm
Mar 2
10:00am
Mar 8
6:15pm
Mar 9
10:00am

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