• 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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ATTENTION
There will be NO Saturday morning service/ text study.
Thank you.
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Kabbalat Shabbat

Services tonight, will be at 7:30 pm. Tina and Jeff Broms are sponsoring the oneg.

Saturday Morning Shabbat Service/Text Study

Text study on Saturday, February 24th, begins at 10 am. This week's parsha is Tetzaveh: Exodus 27:20 - 30:10.
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Save The Date
Wednesday, February 28th 7 pm--Purim!
Sunday, February 25th--Talmud For Everyone
Friday, March 16th--Installation of Rabbi Milkow
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Save The Date
Wednesday, February 28th 7 pm--Purim!
Sunday, February 25th--Talmud For Everyone
Friday, March 16th--Installation of Rabbi Milkow

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Adult Education-Power And Politics

A core theme of the upcoming celebrations of Purim and Passover is the relationship between the powerful and the powerless. This theme also resonates in our contemporary society. Fundamental to many of the issues in the news today (e.g. voter rights, immigration, #metoo, black/blue/all lives matter) is the issue of how power is exercised. As Jews, we have a long history of navigating our relationship with the governing powers. Using the stories of Purim and Passover, as well as other sacred and modern text, we will explore our relationship with both those who hold power and those who are disenfranchised. This class is a text based class and will not focus on partisan politics. All are welcome, all viewpoints are encouraged to participate. Contact Rabbi Milkow with questions. At 691-3323 Line 2.

February 20 will be our second of four sessions; this class continues February 27 and March 6: 7-8 pm

Please rsvp to Sally in the Temple office so that we will know how much materials to prepare.
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New Needs For Common Place!

It's FLU Season! Common Place is greatly in need of the following items to keep the kids healthy (please drop them off in the box in the Temple coatroom):

Bleach
Sanitizing wipes
Hand sanitizer
Liquid hand soap
Paper Towels

Thank You from your Social Action Committee.
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Office Closed

The temple office will be closed on Monday, February 19th, for Presidents' Day.
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Office Closed

The temple office will be closed on Monday, February 19th, for Presidents Day.

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