"To foster and promote the love, understanding, and practice of Reform Judaism"

Yom Shishi, 27 Elul 5776
  • Temple Emanuel Welcome
  • The-Written-Law The Torah Scroll. Our most sacred artifact.
  • Shofar When the Shofar blows, Jews everywhere heed the call.
  • Sanctuary Artistic beauty.
  • Sunrise at The Western Wall May peace be in our future for all generations and for all people.

Sanctuary Ark

For over 150 years, Temple Emanuel has served the Jews of the Quad Cities – the small towns and large cities of Iowa and Illinois bordering the Mississippi River – with distinction.

Our congregation is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ).  We   welcome diversity, innovation and progressive thought.  This is demonstrated daily throughout our Temple life with our traditional and creative Shabbat Services, active Religious and Hebrew Schools, vibrant Sisterhood, various educational and programming activities and strong social actions and calls for social justice. We are a congregation who support a wide range of programs and activities for members of all ages.  Visitors are always welcome especially for Shabbat Services.  Please contact our Temple Office to arrange the best time for your visit.

We strive to build community based on inclusiveness, where everyone is welcome, regardless of age, marital status, sexual orientation, a Jew by birth or by choice and anyone who identifies with the Jewish faith.


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Save the Date for these Special Events!

Welcome to Temple Emanuel - Upcoming Events - Please contact the Temple Office for Reservations and more Information on these events on the Calendar:  563.326.4419

FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES for Summer Shabbat (June 10 - September 2)-
All summer services begin at 6:30 pm. Everyone is welcome!


* Sept 2 - Summer Service, 6:30 pm
* Sept 9 - Daven & Dine, 6:00 pm - Dinner location TBD
* Sept 16 - Shabbat Service, 6:30 pm "HHD Study Session"
* Sept 23 - Family Service, 6:00 pm Led by Grades 3/4 & 5/6

* Sept 30 - Shabbat "At Home" Style Services, 6:00 pm

Torah Study with Rabbi Henry Jay Karp

     August 27, Sept 10, and Sept 17  at 9:30 am


* Sept 24 - Selichot and Oneg, 9:00 pm
* Sept 25 - Kever Avot (Visiting Graves of Loved Ones during HHD)
          10:00 am  Hebrew Cemetery, Rock Island
          11:00 am  Tri-City Jewish Cemetery, Fairmount St, Davenport
          12:00 pm  Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Davenport
* Oct 2   - Erev Rosh Hashanah, 8:00 pm
* Oct 3   - Children's Service for Rosh Hashanah, 9:00 am
              - Morning Service for Rosh Hashanah, 10:15 am
              - Board of Trustees Rosh Hashanah Luncheon, 12:15 pm
              - Tashlich Service for RH, Mississippi River, 1:15 pm

* Oct 11 - Kol Nidre, Yom Kippur, 8:00 pm
* Oct 12 - Children's Service for Yom Kippur, 9:00 am
              - Morning Service for Yom Kippur, 10:15 am
              - Afternoon Service for Yom Kippur, 2:00 pm
              - Yizkor and Neilah Services for Yom Kippur, 3:30 pm
              - Break the Fast - Immediately following YK Services

* Aug 31 & each Wednesday - Mah Jongg sponsored by the Sisterhood - 6:00 pm, All levels of expertise welcome.  Just come to smooze and have some fun!
* Sept 8 -   Board Meeting, 6:30 pm
* Sept 11 - Opening day of Joint Religious School & BBQ, TCJC
* Sept 14 - Jewish Federation Meeting, Temple Emanuel, 7:00 pm
* Sept 18 - Yoga for Temple Members, 10:00 am
* Sept 19 - Sisterhood Board Meeting, 6:00 pm
* Sept 25 - Crop Walk, Modern Woodmen Park, 2:00 pm
* Sept 26 - Women's Interfaith Conversation, 6:00 pm 


Social Action - Repairing the World

Cafe on Vine Oct 2013Our Tikkun Olam Committee is actively involved with coordinating the efforts of the congregation’s social action activities, fulfilling the mitzvah of Tikkun Olam, repairing the world. 

Whether it's the annual CROP Walk, serving dinners at the Cafe on Vine or introducing new programs like "Focus on Ethics," our culture is one of educating our members and helping others live better lives.  Be sure and check us out by clicking on   Tikkun Olam

Temple Sisterhood - A Place to Make Lifelong Friends

Jewelry Making.Lolkus   Do you wanna have fun,
   meet wonderful people and make a difference? 
   Come and join our Sisterhood. 
   We may be small, but we stand tall among the giants!

  Click  here  to find out the 
    "Top Ten Reasons to Get Involved with   Sisterhood."       
You'll be glad
you did!  


An Enriching Experience! Our Religious and Hebrew Schools

05.13 KAH.HollandWe have wonderful Rabbis, teachers and music waiting to immerse your children in the joys and love of Jewish history, rituals and acts of social justice and loving kindness. 

Come join us and set your children on a path of embracing their Jewish Heritage.  For more information on our Religious and Hebrew Schools click  here.

The Scribe Newsletter

NewsletterOur "Scribe" Newsletter is a great way to find out more about what's going on in our synagogue, upcoming events and this month's happenings.

Be sure to click on the most recent  SCRIBE  for the full scoop!


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