Beth Emunah offers an extensive program
of educational, religious, cultural,
and social activities for pre-school
children through senior citizens,
including religious services every
The Jacob N. Lipman Religious School
is recognized as an outstanding center
of Hebrew Education, one of the best
on the South Shore. In addition to
offering a standard religious education
taught by professional educators,
special needs education is also offered.
Bar and Bat Mitzvah lessons are given
by our highly skilled tutorial staff.
Our Brotherhood is a men's group
dedicated to social, cultural, religious,
and public service activities and
is affiliated with the Federation
of Jewish Men's Clubs.
Our Sisterhood is an active organization
offering social, cultural, and educational
programs and is affiliated with The
Woman's League of Conservative Judaism.
Keruv (Interfaith Couples Group) meets
monthly to share experiences common
to interfaith marriages through special
programs, workshops, lectures, and
Our Adult Education programs provide
lectures, seminars, classes, and special
programs in religious education.
Our Youth Groups include many social
functions for children of all ages.
Our Library has
an extensive collection of books and
periodicals available for children
as well as adults.
Our facilities are available for
rent for weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs,
showers, banquets, and just about
any other occasion. Our large social
hall will easily hold 250 people with
a dance floor, or 500 people auditorium
style. Our small social hall will
hold about 100 for a sit down affair.
Saturday at 9:30am
Monday thru Friday at 7:30pm
Sundays at 9:00am
Temple Office Hours
Sunday 9am to 12pm
Tuesdays 1pm to 6pm
Wednesdays 8am to 6pm
Thursdays 9am to 6pm
Friday 9am to 12pm
For more information, please send
an e-mail or call the Temple office.
For a list of staff and layleaders click here
The Ritual Committee requests that
everyone wear proper dress when entering
the Sanctuary on Shabbat or the Holidays.
Men are requested to wear jackets
and ties. Woman should wear skirts or dresses, and have their shoulders
covered, while married women are urged
to wear a head covering when on the Bima. Children should be dressed
appropriately in Sabbath attire.