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    We are looking for volunteers to teach exciting and desired classes for our community!

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    Religious School

    The Anshai Emeth Religious School provides supplemental Jewish education for our children from Pre-K through 12th grade. We meet on Sundays from September to May. Our curriculum rotates between G’milut Chasadim, Prayer and Torah, with additional education provided in Jewish history and Hebrew. B’nai MItzvah training is provided for interested families, including an extra class of Hebrew on Thursdays for students in 4th through 6th grade.
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    Social Action Program

    Anshai Emeth Social Action Committee is starting a new monthly program.   Instead of supporting a community program once a year, we will try an ongoing support program.  We will publish a monthly list of items that organizations need.  This is like a gift register; all you need to do is select one item from the list and bring it to Temple.

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    High Holy Days 2016

    See all of the service times here!

Anshai Emeth is here to help you lead a more meaningful and spiritually rich life through Jewish community and a life of Torah. Whether you're new to our community or just newly ready, take the next step with Anshai Emeth!

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Have you rsvp’d for the Rosh Hashanah picnic?

We’ll have it rain or shine, either outside or inside. Bring a blanket if you wish. You don't have to bring any food--and it's FREE! (donations gratefully accepted)

Please give Sally a call 691-3323 or drop her an email. It’s helpful for us to have an approximate count so we know how many delicious fish tacos to make!
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Kabbalat Shabbat

Kabbalat Shabbat begins at pm 7:30 on Friday, Sept 23rd. Joel and Caroline Kupfer are sponsoring the oneg.

Shabbat Morning Service/Text Study
There will be no text Study on Saturday, September 24th, due to the Bar Mitzvah.
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High Holidays Update

High Holiday packages and parking tickets have been shipped: if you have not received it by the end of this week please contact the office.

Erev Rosh Hashanah Reception--please let the office know what you are bringing, or send a donation so we can buy delicious food.

New this year! Rosh Hashanah Picnic Lunch--rsvp's appreciated.

Yom Kippur Community Break-The-Fast will be at 7 PM this year.
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Selichot
This year's Selichot program will feature the film "The Power of Forgiveness." It tells the story of how the Amish community near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, engaged in a process of introspection, forgiveness, and reconciliation following the brutal murders of five girls in their one room schoolhouse in October, 2006. The film is designed to incorporate audience discussion. Since Elie Wiesel played a role in the production of the film, which includes his words on the power of forgiveness, it is especially meaningful for us to see it several months after his death.

The movie begins at 7:30 pm on Saturday, September 24th, followed by an oneg and then the Selichot service itself. We will all have the opportunity to help change the Torah covers.
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Selichot
This years Selichot program will feature the film The Power of Forgiveness.  It tells the story of how the Amish community near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, engaged in a process of introspection, forgiveness, and reconciliation following the brutal murders of five girls in their one room schoolhouse in October, 2006. The film is designed to incorporate audience discussion. Since Elie Wiesel played a role in the production of the film, which includes his words on the power of forgiveness, it is especially meaningful for us to see it several months after his death.

The movie begins at 7:30 pm on Saturday, September 24th, followed by an oneg and then the Selichot service itself.  We will all have the opportunity to help change the Torah covers.

Get In Touch With Us!

  • Anshai Emeth
  • 5614 N University St
  • Peoria, IL 61614
  • (309) 691-3323

Come Visit Us!

  • Office Hours: Monday to Friday
  • 10am-3pm
  • Shabbat Services:
  • 7:30pm Friday (6pm the 2nd Friday of the Month); 10 am Shabbat Morning