Temple Shalom Emeth: A Welcoming Reform Jewish Community in Burlington Massachusetts

We are 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.

Friday Shabbat Services

We are returning to in-person Shabbat Services in our Sanctuary with limited capacity. To prevent crowding, RSVPs are required. Please fill out the form linked below.

Note that all attendees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, or under the age of 12.  Since there will be singing along with the service, masks will be required, and we ask that you please click on the link below to prior to the service, to confirm your vaccination status and allow us to contact trace if necessary.

SHABBAT RSVP FORM

Friday Shabbat Services are also being livestreamed on the Temple’s Facebook page.  After the service, video will be uploaded to the Spiritually Speaking YouTube channel.

Recent and Upcoming Holidays

High Holy Day Services 2021

This year’s services were once again primarily online. Recordings were posted on the Spiritually Speaking YouTube channel.

 

Rabbi Rocketpower

RabbiRocketPowerDid 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

Check Out Our Music Video: SHALOM!

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

The 2022 Jews of Color (JOC) JewV’Nation Fellowship Cohort: Apply Now!

The 2022 Jews of Color (JOC) JewV’Nation Fellowship Cohort: Apply Now! urjadmin October 7, 2021

The Union for Reform Judaism’s (URJ) is now accepting applications for the 2022 Jews of Color (JOC) JewV’Nation Fellowship Cohort, the second cohort led exclusively by and for Jews of Color.

Film Review: Golden Voices

Film Review: Golden Voices urjadmin October 4, 2021

In Evgeny Ruman’s bittersweet new film, Golden Voices, a pair of aging voice actors find their lives in upheaval after immigrating to Israel from the former Soviet Union. Victor and Raya, (Vladimir Friedman and Maria Belkin), are not only in a new land with an altogether new language, but also at a crossroads in both career and marriage.

Temporary Structure, Perpetual Joy

Temporary Structure, Perpetual Joy urjadmin October 4, 2021

Sukkot is known in Hebrew as Z’man Simchateinu – the time of our joy. It’s

The Geography of Religion: Finding My Spiritual Home in Judaism

The Geography of Religion: Finding My Spiritual Home in Judaism jstern September 29, 2021

As interested as I was in Judaism, I had assumed that becoming part of the Jewish community was not an option for me. For a long time, I thought that one could only be part of the Jewish community through Jewish ancestry or marriage to a Jewish partner.