In-Person Services Have Resumed! Join us every Friday Night at 7:00 PM.

In accordance with Los Angeles County Health Department directive masks are required indoors.

Join us for High Holiday Services

Conducted by Rabbi MARK SOBEL

and featuring Cantorial Soloist Robyn Kreisberg

Accompanist David Goldstein and the Temple Beth Emet Choir with Additional Musical Talents


Rosh Hashanah Monday September 6, 2021 - 8 PM Tuesday September 7, 2021 - 10 AM

Yom Kippur Wednesday September 15, 2021 - 8 PM Thursday September 16, 2021 - 10 AM

We are pleased to make available to everyone our Yom Kippur Afternoon, Yizkor, and Neilah services on Zoom.  Click here for Zoom Information

Please be aware that we will be requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within three days of attendance.  If there are circumstances that will prevent you from providing this information please contact our office so we can discuss alternatives.

Make your High Holiday Pledge on-line by clicking HERE


Lunch With the Rabbi
Every Wednesday at Noon
Click HERE for Zoom event information.

You can watch our past Friday Night Shabbat services on our YouTube Channel - Click here.


About Temple Beth Emet of Burbank

Founded in 1958, we are an independent congregation with its roots in the Reform movement. A synagogue is a house of worship, study, and gathering. We are a place where all Jews feel welcome and comfortable. We learn from each other and grow together. We accept people wherever they are in their Jewish experience, and offer the opportunity to grow in the direction they choose. Together, we form a diverse family, bound together by our love of Judaism - and each other! Come discover why Temple Beth Emet is like no other temple you have ever experienced! We would love to have you be part of our family!


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Upcoming Events

Every Wednesday at noon have Lunch With the Rabbi on Zoom. Zoom meeting information is available on our website www.templebethemet.com.

In-person Shabbat services have resumed in our sanctuary every Friday night at 7:00 PM. Masks are currently required regardless of vaccine status.
September 24 is our Sukkot Shabbat, with services held in the sukkah. Come for services, stay to shake the lulav.

Religious School begins Sunday, September 12 at 9:00AM

High Holiday Services will be held at Temple. Proof of vaccination or recent negative COVID test will be required for entry to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. If you cannot provide this information, please contact the office and we will reach out to you with available alternatives.
Rosh Hashanah
Monday, September 6 - 8PM
Tuesday, September 7 - 10 AM
Yom Kippur
(Yes, there is an error on the tickets)
Wednesday, September 15 - 8 PM
Thursday, September 17 - 10 AM
Afternoon service begins at 2:30 PM

Simcha Torah on September 28 concludes the High Holiday season. Come celebrate as we complete the reading of the Torah, rewind, and start from the beginning. The celebration begins at 7:00PM, following a brief Yizkor service at 6:45PM for those who need to say Kaddish.

All of us at Temple Beth Emet wish you and yours “l'shanah tovah tikatevu,” may it be a good and sweet year for all of us

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