Temple Emanu-El

Local nameTemple Emanu-El
LocationNew York City, USA

Temple Emanu-El of New York was the first Reform Jewish congregation in New York City and, because of its size and prominence, has served as a flagship congregation in the Reform branch of Judaism since its founding in 1845. Its landmark Romanesque Revival building on Fifth Avenue is one of the largest synagogues in the world. In size, it rivals many of the largest European synagogues such as Grand Choral Synagogue of St. Petersburg, Moscow Choral Synagogue, and the Budapest Great Synagogue. Emanu-El means "God is with us" in Hebrew.

The congregation currently comprises approximately 2,000 families and has been led by Senior Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson since July 2013. The congregation is located at 1 East 65th Street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The Temple houses the Bernard Museum of Judaica, the congregation's Judaica collection of over 1,000 objects.

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Opening hours

Closed on Jewish holidays. Guided tours available for groups only.

Admission

The admission is free.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congregation_Emanu-El_of_New_York

Official website http://www.emanuelnyc.org/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/emanuelnyc

Twitter https://twitter.com/EmanuEl_NYC

Phone +1 212 744 1400

Address 1 East 65th Street

Coordinates 40°46'4.848" N -73°58'10.578" E

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