10, Cheshvan 5779 - Oct. 19th, Kabbalat Shabbat Service 7:30PM
11, Cheshvan 5779 - Oct. 20th, Tot Shabbat 9AM-Morning Minyan 10AM
Erev Yom Kippur: Being a Good Steward and Living in Balance with the Earth The spaciousness of the Days of Awe allows each of us to reflect on the difficulty,…Read More
Yom Kippur Morning: Racism as a State Policy “Pave a road, pave a road. Clear a path! Remove the obstacles from my people’s path.” These are the words of the Prophet…Read More
Erev Rosh Hashanah: When Officiating at a Jewish Wedding Is a Crime Tonight marks the start of the New Year, 5779. Next month, immediately after the High Holidays, I will leave…Read More
Rosh Hashanah Morning 5778 Kindness, Compassion, Integrity, Honesty… The Challenge of Living “And you wait, await the one thing that will infinitely increase your life; the gigantic, the stupendous, the…Read More
What a Jewish Community Can Be
Today, under the guidance of Rabbi Yael, Congregation Emanuel continues its commitment to spiritual practices, social activism, on-going learning for every age and growing a vibrant Jewish community here in Kingston.
What a Jewish Community Can Be
Our welcoming and giving community is a reform congregation, committed to social justice, on-going learning, vibrant spirituality, diversity and the State of Israel.
5000 years of History – More than 160 years of Service
To live stream past and present services click the button below.
This year's live streaming is sponsored by Robert & Patricia Brakman and Family
“We have all become entrenched in our polarized positions. We surround ourselves with those who share our views, and we are all too ready to delegitimize those who hold a divergent position. It is incumbent upon us to speak out for the values that are fundamental to our beliefs, and it behooves us to recognize that there are others who cherish divergent views.”
~ Rabbi Yael Romer
What’s happening at Congregation Emanuel
4th Friday join us for Shabbat Service at 7:30PM enriched by Zemer (our choir). We invite members of the Congregation to volunteer one Friday each year to be a “host family”- opening their home to guests arriving to Temple and/or anyone who does not have a place to share the Sabbath on that evening.
Third Friday we invite you to our musical Shabbat at 7:30PM. We invite members of the Congregation to volunteer one Friday each year to be a “host family”- opening their home to guests arriving to Temple and/or anyone who does not have a place to share the Sabbath on that evening.
First Friday’s early service at 6PM, We invite members of the Congregation to volunteer one Friday each year to be a “host family”- opening their home to guests arriving to Temple and/or anyone who does not have a place to share the Sabbath on that evening.
the 1st Thursday of the month at 7pm Sept-June
Brotherhood Dinner Meeting
the 2nd Tuesday of the Month at a local restaurant which changes monthly at 6:30pm Sept-June
the 1st Tuesday of the Month 7PM Sept-June
Social Action Meeting
2nd Thursday of the Month 7PM Sept-June
Diana Ayton Shenker Feb 2018 is our featured speaker this month. Rosh Chodesh is held the 3rd Tuesday of the month September - June
1st Tuesday of each month 12PM
Select Saturday Morning’s 9am Sept-June
Rhinebeck Meditation & Torah Study
Tuesday’s 8:45am Sept-June
Hebrew Trope with Rabbi Romer
Conversational Hebrew with Rabbi Romer
Mussar Class with Rabbi Romer
The 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month 5:30-7PM. This class is also available via our live stream link on our home page.