About Temple Beth Emet of Burbank
Founded in 1958, we are an independent congregation with its roots in the Reform movement. Our basic philosophy is that a synagogue should be a house of worship, study, and gathering. We try to be 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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Tuesday, April 5 at 7PM - Temple Board Meeting.
Sunday, April 10 from 2 to 4PM we are all invited to take part in Burbank Jewish Experience's Matzah Baking at Chabad on Magnolia and Buena Vista. Rabbi Mark, Rabbi Carrier and Rasbbi Kornfeld will teach and we will bake Matzah. Admission is free for everyone.
Sunday, April 17 at 3 PM - Women’s Seder, contact Leona Zollman at 818-761-3931.
Tuedsay, April 26 at 7 PM - Book Club meets. This month’s book is People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks
Saturday, April 30 at 6PM - Temple Community Seder, contact the Temple office for reservations at to volunteer to help.