Temple Emmanuel of Chelsea serves reform and conservative congregants from across the North Shore of Massachusetts. We offer a reform siddur for Shabbat services and festivals and a conservative siddur for the high holidays. We are a warm, inviting and spiritual Temple. All are welcome to come and experience our Temple family.
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Celebrating Cultural Diversity in the Arts
Temple Emmanuel is a place not only for services, but also for communal assembly and education about our culture and religion. We welcome and honor Jewish and interfaith persons of diverse backgrounds, ages, denominations, abilities, sexual orientations and gender identities. Our purpose is to serve as a focal point for congregants’ social, intellectual, and spiritual needs. Read More
Cantor Gedalie Bargad was the hazzan at Temple Emmanuel from 1963 until his passing in 1968. He had previously been the cantor at the Elm Street Shul.
To hear the amazing Cantor Bargad and the choir and read about the temple & it’s centuries old building click the appropriate links below.
We are hoping those that can, attend services in person. We will continue offering the ability to “attend” our inspiring services in person, or virtually following all suggested protocols.