Walk This Way: Intentional Walking at TBE

Temple Beth-El 2179 Highland Avenue, Birmingham, AL, United States

Join TBE's Intentional Walking Village on the first Saturday of every month. Participants are invited to meet in the upper parking lot, and can join for all or part of the walk. 8:45- 9:30 - We will begin with a brief discussion of the week's Parsha, followed by intentional walking. 9:30-10:30 - More exercise Questions? Reach out to sheribkrell@gmail.com or eitaliaander@gmail.com

Torah Study – TEE

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham, AL, United States

Join us to study Torah with Rabbi Wright and Cantor Wittner.

Event Series Religious School

Religious School

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham, AL, United States

Gail & Jeffrey Bayer Religious School K-7th Grade Register at: https://ourtemple.shulcloud.com/form/rs-registration-23-24.html

Temple Tots Playdate

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham, AL, United States

Join other families with kids 4 and under in our new Shalom Baby Playroom on the second floor for informal schmoozing and playing! Questions? Contact Monika Singletary at monika@ourtemple.org.

New Member Brunch


Join us for this wonderful brunch at the home of Jan and Ron Hirsch. Details coming soon via invitation to our newest members!


The AHEC Yom HaShoah Commemorative Event

Samford University's Harrison Theater 800 Lakeshore Drive, Birmingham

Join us on Sunday, May 5th, as we conclude our Yom HaShoah series with this community-wide, capstone event. On May 5, the worldwide day of Holocaust remembrance, the AHEC will gather to honor the over six million lives taken by the Holocaust. Featuring our local community of Survivors, family members will gather to pay tribute and tell stories, honoring victims, Survivors, and liberators. We will conclude with a special tribute to the late Amnon Weinstein, the founder of Violins of Hope. Join us for this intimate evening of storytelling and remembrance. The AHEC Yom HaShoah event series is sponsored by the Birmingham Jewish Foundation. We thank them for their generous support. This event is graciously supported by the Samford University Department of Christian Ministry and the Department of Biblical Studies. Doors open at 2:30pm at the Harrison Theatre at Samford University.