Summer in the Garden

The Lexington Interfaith Garden is now in its 10th year of growing and distributing food via the Lexington Food Pantry. All of the work, including planting, weeding, and harvesting, is done under the direction of our expert head gardener, so no gardening knowledge is needed, but you must be willing to get your hands dirty! We work on Tuesday afternoons, 4:30-6:00 PM, in conjunction with another faith community. We hope you can participate this year with us! Our Spring schedule is: June 25, July 9, 23, and August 27, 2019. For more information see our FLYER and to sign up, contact Larry Marin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Emunah Connect: Healthcare Professionals

Please join Emunah Connect for a Healthcare Theme Night at Minyan on Wednesday, June 26, 7:30 PM. Expect wonderful company from other Temple Emunah members who are healthcare professionals of all varieties (i.e. doctors, nurses, therapists, biotech professionals, etc.). Our goal is to get people of similar interests together and exchange ideas, thoughts, information, etc. 

Share what you do! Learn what other healthcare professionals do! Build a network of like-minded professionals. Look for a mentor. The sky’s the limit. We look forward to seeing you for an evening of healthcare-related fun and networking. FLYER


BBQ and Barekhu June 2019

Celebrate Shabbat on Friday, June 28, with music, singing, great food, friends and fun! We will have a BBQ dinner outside (weather permitting), Kabbalat Shabbat with singing and music, ending with Ma’ariv, Kiddush (with Shabbat rituals), dessert, singing, and schmoozing. All are invited! We will start with Minhah at 5:15 followed by dinner at 5:30 PM. Cost is $15/adult, $10/kid ages 4-12 years. Free for 0-3 years old. Please RSVP to Jodie Parmer by Friday, June 21st. FLYER



Watermelon Wednesday

Join the Temple Staff for ice-cold watermelon and music! We meet in the front of the building after lunch (1:00-1:30 PM) on the following Wednesdays: July 10, 17, 24, 31, and August 7, 2019. This program is free and open to all. Families are encouraged to enjoy our playground as well! FLYER


Pasta and Prayers for Young Families

Temple Emunah invites all families with young children for a special Friday night Shabbat experience and dinner on Friday, July 19, starting at 5:15 PM. We will enjoy a casual pasta dinner with salads and sides, as well as a musical and interactive service led by our Rabbi. Songs, stories, dancing, and more! We will end with Shabbat rituals and a yummy dessert. All are welcome to join us! Cost is $25 per Family and this event is open to non-members! Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by July 15. Let me know of any dietary restrictions or requests. FLYER



Wednesday Morning Breakfast & Learning

Every Wednesday morning Rabbis Lerner and Fel teach about the Halakhah (Jewish legal) and spiritual aspects of prayer over a light breakfast. Join us each week for minyan at 7:00 AM followed by breakfast and learning at 7:30 AM. This event is free of charge. Please join us! FLYER


Perek Yomi Study Group

All are invited to join Temple Emunah’s Perek Yomi study group, which meets on a regular basis to read and discuss the Bible. This group meets the first Thursday of the month at 8:00 PM in the Temple Emunah Library. The original perek yomi (daily chapter) concept, promoted by the Conservative movement, was to read one chapter a day, eventually covering the entire
Hebrew Bible. Our group has modified this approach since 30 chapters is too much to discuss in one meeting. It is instead proceeding at a more leisurely pace of about 12 chapters per month. To find out what chapters we are currently reading, contact Larry Marin at (781) 861-7855 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. FLYER


Talmud Study Group

The Temple Emunah Talmud Study Group, led by Dr. I Ely Stillman invites you to join our ongoing study of Tractate Berakhot on Wednesday nights at 8:00 PM in the Temple Library. All who are interested are welcome to join; knowledge of Hebrew is not required, since Dr. Stillman translates all Hebrew source materials during the study group sessions. Dr. Stillman teaches Talmud and rabbinic thought throughout the Boston area; his approach reflects the multi-faceted potential of Torah study, exploring fundamental principals and esoteric concepts within a historical context. He is on staff at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School, where he practices surgical and renal pathology. Click HERE for our 2018-19 Schedule