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  • Temple Shalom Emeth
  • Purim Carnival
  • Youth Visits to Israel
  • Experiential Religious School Activities
  • Religious School
  • Confirmation Classes
  • Temple Band
  • Chanukkah Party Featuring Our Living Menorah
  • Bernard Nelson Award For Outstanding Temple Member

 Welcome to Temple Shalom Emeth 

Temple Shalom Emeth is a vibrant and welcoming Reform Jewish congregation. We provide a rich spectrum of opportunities for our members to express their Judaism through worship, education, music, community service, and social events.

At Temple Shalom Emeth we gather for Friday evening Shabbat Services every week during September through June and once a month during the summer months. Please refer to the temple Service Calendar for a complete list of upcoming worship services.

Visit our Temple Shalom Emeth 2015-16 Year In Review

Check out Rabbi Abramson's two minute video from our Muslim/Jewish Solidarity Shabbat on Nov. 18th

Temple Services

Friday, Mar 3rd  6:30pm  Shabbat Music Service
Friday, Mar 10th  6:30pm  Purim Schpiel
Friday, Mar 17th  7:30pm  Bernard Nelson Shabbat Service
Friday, Mar 24th  6:30pm  Family Worship Shabbat Service Grade 4
Friday, Mar 31st  7:30pm  Brotherhood Shabbat Service

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Upcoming Activities

Saturday, Mar 4th  5:30pm  Family Havdalah/Game Night
Friday, Mar 10th  6:00pm  Annual Backwards Dinner
Sunday, Mar 12th  11:00am  Purim Carnival
Sunday, Mar 19th  7:00pm  Temple Board Meeting

Rabbi Abramson in the News

Boston-Area Rabbi Embraces Interfaith Dialogue and YouTube Activism, Forward.com

Rabbi Susan Abramson reaches out to other faiths in pursuit of understanding, The Boston Globe

Making Bedford Stronger, The Boston Globe

Burington Rabbi producing, directing BCAT Program, Wicked Local Boston

Join Rabbi Abramson as she zooms in on the colorful faith traditions in Burlington and beyond.

SpirituallySpeaking

Rabbi Rocketpower

RabbiRocketPower

 

Did you know that our rabbi is the author of the Rabbi Rocketpower series of children's Jewish holidays books? 

She is the first-ever female rabbi superhero.

Oy vay! Up, up and away!

 Visit the Official Rabbi Rocketpower website