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Erev Shabbat services for the month of May will be online. Rabbi Weiner returns to Honolulu to lead in-person service on June 10 at 7 PM. Watch the service on line by clicking below at 7:00PM. The service is available for viewing through Thursday

Erev Shabbat Evening Service-7:00 PM
Our service this week will be streaming on our homepage and on our Facebook page.
The broadcasts will appear above at service time.
 If the broadcast does not start automatically, please refresh/reload the Shaloha.com page.

Mishkan T'Filah for Shabbat-digital verson available here!
(Right click and open in new window or access from a different digital device--please use the
"Weekdays, Shabbat and Festivals" flipbook)

Upcoming In-Person services: April 22.

To attend an upcoming Shabbat In-Person service: RSVP & Proof of Vaccination is required.
RSVPView reopening announcement

We will also be streaming the services on our homepage and on our Facebook page.
The broadcasts will appear above at service time.
 If the broadcast does not start automatically, please refresh/reload the Shaloha.com page.

Mishkan T'Filah for Shabbat-digital verson available here!
(Right click and open in new window or access from a different digital device--please use the
"Weekdays, Shabbat and Festivals" flipbook)

Torah Study with Rabbi Weiner on Saturday at 9:00 AM via Zoom.

Grab a Chumash or click for the text for study of the week's Torah Portion.

click here for  study sheet

 click here Torah Study Zoom

Passcode: torah

About Temple Emanu-El

Temple Emanu-El is a spiritual, cultural and social center of Jewish life for those who live on or visit the island of Oahu. It is Hawaii's largest and only affiliated Union of Reform Judaism (URJ) Jewish congregation. It is our mission to help one another feel closer to God's presence and kindle the divine light within one another.

This goal is accomplished through meaningful prayer, attainment of wisdom through study, Tikkun Olam and cultural/social events. It is also achieved by having facilities which befit an inspiring Beit El or house of God.

At Temple Emanu-El, we’ve added aloha (love from Hawaii) to our treasured Jewish concept of shalom (peace) to create our own greeting. We hope that you will feel our warmest shaloha every time you enter our special Jewish place in Hawaii.


The Temple Office hours have been abbreviated.  Please email admin@shaloha.com
or call 808-595-7521. We love to hear from you!


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