• Religious School

    Anshai Emeth Religious School resumes classes on Sunday, September 10.  We welcome Rabbi Bryna Milkow, who will teach High School classes, help lead holiday celebrations, and work with all grades.
  • Social Action Program

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

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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Kabbalat Shabbat

Services this Friday, November 17th, begin at 7:30 pm. Doug McQueen will be our musician. We will have guests joining us from an organization called The Interfaith Discussion. Steve Marx and Cecile Arquette are sponsoring the oneg.

Saturday Morning Shabbat Service/Text Study

Rabbi Milkow leads Shabbat Service/Text Study Saturday morning, November 18th at 10 am. This week's parsha Toldot: Genesis 25:19 - 28:9.
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Save The Dates
Thursday November 23rd--Thanksgiving! (No Hebrew)
Friday November 24th 6 pm--Kabbalat Shabbat
Sunday November 26th--No Religious School
Wednesday November 29th 5:30 pm--Soup And Cinema
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Save The Dates
Thursday November 23rd--Thanksgiving!  (No Hebrew)
Friday November 24th 6 pm--Kabbalat Shabbat
Sunday November 26th--No Religious School
Wednesday November 29th 5:30 pm--Soup And Cinema

Adult Education

Rabbi Milkow leads an adult education class on Tuesday evenings at 7 pm. The current series of classes is: The Stories behind the Stories: An exploration of the book of Genesis through midrash. You can join at any time!
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Common Place Needs Stuff!

Common Place sent us a list of items needed for the beginning of the school year. While you are out shopping, please pick up a few extra items for Common Place.

Please consider donating one or more of the following items:
School and Office Supplies:
One subject spiral notebooks
Black and Blue ink pens
Kleenex
Pencils and erasers
Dry erase markers and permanent markers
Backpacks for all ages
Janitorial and Coffee Supplies:
All purpose cleaner and disinfectant spray/wipes
Toilet tissue
Clorox wipes
Paper towels, napkins, and plates
Plastic silverware
Regular and Decaf coffee
8 oz. Styrofoam cups
Pantry items:
Canned beans, meats, vegetables, and fruits
Peanut butter and jelly
Boxed pasta and pasta sauces
Cereal, granola bars, and cereal bars
Boxed meals and meal starters
First Aid Supplies:
Bandages of all sizes
Neosporin or First Aid ointment
Gauze pads, Alcohol wipes
Hot/Cold packs
Bring the items to Temple (box in the coat room) and we will take them to Common Place.

Thank You from your Social Action Committee.
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Common Place Needs Stuff!

Common Place sent us a list of items needed for the beginning of the school year. While you are out shopping, please pick up a few extra items for Common Place. 

Please consider donating one or more of the following items:
School and Office Supplies:
One subject spiral notebooks
Black and Blue ink pens
Kleenex
Pencils and erasers
Dry erase markers and permanent markers
Backpacks for all ages
Janitorial and Coffee Supplies:
All purpose cleaner and disinfectant spray/wipes
Toilet tissue
Clorox wipes
Paper towels, napkins, and plates
Plastic silverware
Regular and Decaf coffee
8 oz. Styrofoam cups
Pantry items:
Canned beans, meats, vegetables, and fruits
Peanut butter and jelly
Boxed pasta and pasta sauces
Cereal, granola bars, and cereal bars
Boxed meals and meal starters
First Aid Supplies:
Bandages of all sizes
Neosporin or First Aid ointment
Gauze pads, Alcohol wipes
Hot/Cold packs
Bring the items to Temple (box in the coat room) and we will take them to Common Place.

Thank You from your Social Action Committee.

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Here is our December calendar!

Congregation Anshai Emeth added 14 new photos.

We honored our community veterans Friday night at Shabbat dinner and our veterans service.
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We honored our community veterans Friday night at Shabbat dinner and our veterans service.

Congregation Anshai Emeth added 7 new photos.

We kicked off Bim Bam Baby Friday night. Fun was had by all.
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We kicked off Bim Bam Baby Friday night. Fun was had by all.

This Week at Anshai Emeth:

Tonight! (Friday) 5:30 pm--Bim Bam Baby
Tonight! (Friday) 6:15 pm--Shabbat Dinner/Service Honoring Vets (Service begins at 7:30 pm)
Saturday 10 am--Shabbat Service/Text Study
Sunday 9:30 am--Religious School
Sunday 6 pm--Talmud For Everyone (at Hillel)
Tuesday 7 pm--Adult Ed (Midrash)
Thursday 4:30 pm--Hebrew School
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This Week at Anshai Emeth:

Tonight! (Friday) 5:30 pm--Bim Bam Baby
Tonight! (Friday) 6:15 pm--Shabbat Dinner/Service Honoring Vets (Service  begins at 7:30 pm)
Saturday 10 am--Shabbat Service/Text Study
Sunday 9:30 am--Religious School
Sunday 6 pm--Talmud For Everyone (at Hillel)
Tuesday 7 pm--Adult Ed (Midrash)
Thursday 4:30 pm--Hebrew School

Saturday Morning Shabbat Service/Text Study

Rabbi Milkow leads Shabbat Service/Text Study Saturday morning, November 11th at 10 am. This week's parsha is Chayei Sarah: Genesis 23:1 - 25:18.
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Shabbat Dinner And Service Honoring Veterans

This Friday, November 10th, we will have our annual Shabbat Dinner and Service honoring our veterans. The term, “veteran,” includes past and current service members, whether serving in a war zone or during peacetime.

Dinner begins at 6:15 pm, followed by Kabbalat Shabbat at 7:30 pm. Chuck Mitchell will be our musician. Adults: $7, Children $3. Veterans and their partners are our guests for dinner. Everyone please bring a side dish or dessert to share. Please RSVP to Sally in the Temple office: 691-3323

If you are a vet and you have not yet been contacted by the temple, please call Sally in the temple office: 691-3323.

In addition, we want to honor all area Jewish veterans, whether or not they are members of Anshai Emeth. If you know of such a person, please tell Sally and she'll make sure they are invited.
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Shabbat Dinner And Service Honoring Veterans

This Friday, November 10th, we will have our annual Shabbat Dinner and Service honoring our veterans. The term, “veteran,” includes past and current service members, whether serving in a war zone or during peacetime.

Dinner begins at 6:15 pm, followed by Kabbalat Shabbat at 7:30 pm.  Chuck Mitchell will be our musician. Adults: $7, Children $3. Veterans and their partners are our guests for dinner. Everyone please bring a side dish or dessert to share.  Please RSVP to Sally in the Temple office: 691-3323

If you are a vet and you have not yet been contacted by the temple, please call Sally in the temple office:  691-3323.

In addition, we want to honor all area Jewish veterans, whether or not they are members of Anshai Emeth. If you know of such a person, please tell Sally and shell make sure they are invited.

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:
  • 7:30 p.m. Friday & 10:00 a.m. Shabbat Morning