August 22, 2014   26 Av 5774

 
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7 Haggetts Pond Road Andover, MA 01810
Main Office: 978.470.1356
School Offices: 978.470.1563
 
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Thank you for visiting our Temple Emanuel website. Temple Emanuel is the largest Reform Congregation north of Boston and an active member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ). Temple Emanuel of Andover has become the religious and educational center for Reform Judaism in the Merrimack Valley. We invite you to become part of our community. Visit our Preschool and our Religious School. Join us for a service, or one of our many social, cultural and educational programs. It is our hope that you will find these spiritually fulfilling and enjoyable. Please feel free to stop by or contact the Temple Office at 978-470-1356. Our staff is always happy to answer your questions. We look forward to speaking and meeting with you personally.

 

Condolences  

Our condolences to Suzette Martin on the passing of her beloved mother Muriel Gottesman.  Funeral was held in New York on Sunday, August 17.  Family will be sitting Shiva at the home of Suzette and Paul Martin in Andover on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (August 18 - 20) from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm with Shiva Minyans at 7:00 pm.

 

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Friday, August 22

7:00 pm Sabbath Eve Service
Cantor Idan Irelander

Saturday, August 23
9:00 am Minyan Service


Friday, August 29

7:00 pm Sabbath Eve Service

Rabbi Goldstein and Cantorial Soloist Laura Berkson

 

Saturday, August 30

9:00 am Minyan Service

5:30 pm B'Nai Mitzvah of Cassidy and Tyler McGoldrick


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