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Read Hebrew America at Temple Emanuel

Fall semester participants in Read Hebrew America at Temple Emanuel of the Pascack Valley in Woodcliff Lake are shown with instructor Dena Mayerfield, second from right. Registration is open for the spring semester, which begins February 8. Email gail@tepv.org to register.   http://jewishstandard.timesofisrael.com/read-hebrew-america-at-temple-emanuel/

Community Challah Bake

Temple Emanuel of the Pascack Valley sponsored a Community Challah Bake on January 19, 2017 to teach women and men how to make challah. Challah is a bread with an enriched yeast dough. It is served at the meal in a Jewish home every Shabbat, Friday night, as well as, [...]

Pictures from Rabbi Monosov’s Installation

On December 4th, 2016 our community came together to celebrate the installation of Rabbi Monosov as the Rabbi of Temple Emanuel.  Hundreds turned out for the occasion.     View the photo gallery:      View the videos: Part 1 – https://youtu.be/JXl6U4apLfY   (20 minutes) Part 2-  https://youtu.be/JPXB5ufYZzM  (13 minutes) [...]

Rabbi Monosov Installation

The Board of Trustees of Temple Emanuel of the Pascack Valley is pleased to install Rabbi Loren Monosov as Rabbi and spiritual leader of our synagogue and its congregants. Sunday, the fourth of December, two thousand sixteen Promptly at two o'clock in the afternoon in the sanctuary.

Temple Emanuel to honor past-president at Shabbat dinner

Temple Emanuel of the Pascack Valley will honor its past-president, Hillsdale's Daniel Mitnick, on Friday, Nov. 4 at a Shabbat dinner at the congregation... Mitnick served as president from 1974 to 1976 and he has continued to be involved in temple life throughout the years... All friends of Mitnick are [...]

Congregation holds annual Tashlich service

Members of Temple Emanuel of the Pascack Valley held their annual Tashlich service at Wood Dale County Park in Woodcliff Lake. The ceremony was led by Rabbi Loren Monosov of Temple Emanuel. Tashlich prayers are said during the period of time between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur alongside a [...]