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Temple Emmanuel of Wakefield

Temple Emmanuel is a small, open and welcoming Jewish community in Wakefield, Mass. We offer a contemporary approach to Judaism while maintaining a respect for traditional Jewish values. We invite all to participate in our active schedule of religious services, educational and cultural events.

In 2013, Temple Emmanuel affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement. We are dedicated to creating a caring and inclusive community and to enhancing Jewish life through learning and communal activities. In doing so, we hope to pass on our values and traditions to future generations of Jews.

At Temple Emmanuel, our doors are open to all Jews regardless of marital status, race, national origin, gender, economic condition, disability or sexual orientation.

Join us for our participatory, song-filled Shabbat celebrations every Friday evening at 7:30 and Saturday mornings at 9:30am.  See our Temple calendar for more information about our holiday celebrations and cultural events.


Wakefield, MA 01880
United States

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