COVID-19 UPDATES

HELPFUL INFORMATION 

As part of our commitment to the safety of our congregants, we have compiled all necessary and important information here regarding the temporary suspension of programs, religious services and in-person social gatherings. 

We continue to monitor the fluid situation brought on by the international outbreak of COVID-19, and we are intent on following the guidelines of local and national health agencies and implementing best practices. Because of this, we have made a decision to suspend all in-person social gathering, programs and religious services at Temple Emanuel until further notice. During this time, you can find Shabbat services online at Vimeo.com/TEBH and a wide-range of programming on JewItAtHome.com

.Our ECC program is also suspended until April 20. Classroom instruction in our religious school is also suspended; however, our teachers will provide students with engaging at-home lessons and activities. 

Individual meetings with clergy and tutors will either be scheduled to meet virtually or rescheduled. 

Temple Emanuel is here to help you during this difficult time. If you are seeking support, please click here and let us know how we can help you. If you can help someone in need and are healthy, willing, and able, please click here

If someone in your family becomes infected and you’d like to let the temple know about possible exposure, please contact our Executive Director, Matt@tebh.org.

If you need to get in touch with our clergy, please email Sheri@tebh.org.

For general questions, please email Info@tebh.org.

As always if you need to call the temple, please do so at our main line 310-288-3737. 

We remain vigilant about the situation and will update you as necessary. We appreciate your partnership in keeping you, your family, and our community healthy. 

Current Information from the CDC

Press Briefings from the World Health Organization

California Department of Public Health 

Temple Emanuel is a member of OneLA-IAF — working with partners across Los Angeles County training new leaders in civic engagement to create a more just city.  Currently, OneLA-IAF has created useful guides to help navigate important issues facing residents of Los Angeles. Please stayed tuned for updates. 

How to Protect Yourself & Understand the Law from One LA-IAF

Renters Rights

Recent Updates from Local Government Authorities 

Los Angeles County Department of Health 

City of Beverly Hills

How to Talk to Children about Coronavirus

Psychology Today

The New York Times