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The Emanuel is a handicap-accessible facility, with many options available to make your event special!

Our Main sanctuary with fixed seating for 600, has a wheelchair accessible bimahand can expand to a large, integrated room accommodating up to 1600 seated.

 

Our Chapel
provides an intimate atmosphere for daily minyanwith fixed seating for 175.

Our Banks Garden Lobby
offers a lovely setting both inside or out!

 

 

 

 


For Parties, Events, Meetings and Conferences
Our Silverman Auditorium and Koret Banquet Hall offer a large and attractive setting for simhas such as weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvah parties, and other celebrations. Adjoining the hall, our patio areas also offer a relaxed setting for gatherings and an outdoor area for our sukkah. Meetings or conferences ranging from small to very large are accommodated in either the Koret Hall or Silverman Auditorium.

Classrooms
The Religious School provides dedicated classrooms in various sizes, and a Resource Room for students with special needs. Classrooms have wireless internet capabilities.

CONTACT (860) 233-2774, school@emanuelsynagogue.org

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The glass-domed Vivian and Robert Spivak Library offers a rich a collection of Jewish literature, videos, periodicals, and research materials.

CONTACT Beth Katten, Librarian, (860) 236-1275 Ext. 124, library@emanuelsynagogue.org

Display Cases
Our Display Cases, updated several times a year, exhibit fascinating Judaica from around the world.

 

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The Synagogue Gift Shop offers attractive gifts of Jewish interest. It is operated by Sisterhood, and open Sunday mornings during Religious School. At other times, it is open by appointment or asking the office staff to open it.

CONTACT Lisa Tesser (860) 243-4407, lrt34@aol.com

Click here for an article on our Synagogue Renaissance.

 

 

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