Lo Tov L’adam L’hiyot L’vado – It is not good for humans to be alone
While we are all practicing social distancing, we also want to create opportunities for connection. Temple Emanu-El Temple Circles is an opportunity for small groups of congregants to get together over Zoom or in person if you are in an outdoor group. In the circles we study Torah, play games, watch movies, explore the outdoors, tell stories, and/or just chat. We will have different Circles based on interests. Want to have a virtual Wine Club? Connect with fellow preschool moms? Share your favorite walking trail? We can build a Temple Circle around all that and more!
Temple Emanu-El’s (TEE) Temple Circles initiative encourages our Temple family to form groups that have shared interests and passions in order to SEEK, ENGAGE, and TRANSFORM caring and supportive relationships among themselves, with the Temple Emanu-El community, and with Judaism.
to see our Fall Session groups.
Don’t see a group that fits? Start your own!
Monika Singletary, Director of Congregational Engagement, will guide you through the process of designing your new group. All new group leaders will be offered training, one-on-one support, and (if relevant) easy-to-use discussion materials. To get started, contact Monika Singletary via email at [email protected], or call 205-933-8037, ext 213.
While Temple Circles is a free program to those who participate, we invite you to support our initiative through a tax-deductible donation.
This program is funded by the Grafman Endowment Fund of Temple Emanu-El.