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"Food Truck" Shabbat and Open House
“Food Truck” Shabbat and Open House
Friday, August 24 at 5pm
393 Atlantic Avenue, Marblehead
Prospective members and members are invited to this delicious, fun and informative event.
5pm – Religious School Open House with our principal and faculty
5pm: Young Families Shabbat Stories with well-known local puppeteer with Bonnie Dudley
6pm: Oneg Shabbat with Rabbi David Meyer
7pm: “Food Truck” Shabbat Dinner catered by Chubby Chickpea Food Truck, Israeli style middle eastern food as seen on T.V. Diner and Terry’s Ice Cream, Marblehead’s very own favorite ice cream truck!
RSVP by August 20 to Temple@emanu-el.org
More About Temple Emanu-El
Temple Emanu-El is an inclusive Reform Congregation that offers progressive ways to explore a wide variety of Jewish traditions. The temple emphasizes a strong Jewish identity, reinforcing a life-long learning, Jewish ethics, a shared commitment to the Jewish community and social responsibility.
Temple Emanu-El's history began with a small group of families in 1954, who came together with a shared vision to establish a Reform Congregation on the North Shore of Massachusetts. The cornerstone of the temple building was laid in 1959. From the original fourteen families, the congregation has grown steadily and is now the spiritual home to more than 500 families.