Join us Nov. 20, 2016, for an “artrageous” event with artist Michael Israel! Recognized for larger-than-life masterpieces created in live performances at prestigious venues around the world, Michael Israel is also renowned for using his art to raise millions for charities. Help support our shul by making plans now to see Michael in person on Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. at the Morikomi Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach! Many thanks to our sponsors for this event: Kin Properties, Inc., Lee Cherney, Robert Selig, and Clive & Jeanette Byala. General Admission is $150 per person, and tickets may be reserved using the form below. Also, several additional sponsorship opportunities are available! Please call us at 561-499-9229 to learn more. If you have any difficulty with the event registration form below, you may click here to open the form in a new...Read More
Anshei Emuna Congregation welcomes you! We are a mid sized congregation with approximately 220 families. Our aim is to be a warm, caring and compassionate congregation where yearly residents, snow birds, snow flakes, visitors and vacationers feel welcomed. Anshei Emuna is a modern Orthodox synagogue located in the beautiful residential neighborhood of Delray Beach. Delray Beach borders Boca Raton where numerous Jewish day schools and kosher establishments are available. Our Hebrew name translates to “People of Faith” and indeed the name represents the core values of our congregation, as the first Orthodox shul in Palm Beach County. Our synagogue is affiliated with the Orthodox Union, yet our members come from culturally diverse backgrounds and observances. Our doors are open to all Jews seeking a spiritual connection to Judaism. Our approach is teaching without preaching. If you are considering South Florida, we would be delighted to show you our community and all we have to offer. Rabbi Jack...Read More
Anshei Emuna is a modern Orthodox Congregation, affiliated with the OU, and is conveniently located on Jog Road just south of Linton Blvd in Delray Beach. Led by Rabbi Jack Engel, we are a vibrant center meeting the needs of the Jewish community offering a wide range of activities and programs including an active Sisterhood. Our daily Shachrit service is followed by a light breakfast and class led by our Rabbi and others. Throughout the week there are numerous classes including classes on the weekly Parsha and Talmud. We are proud of our Shabbat and Yom Tov services where davening is led by our Ba’al Tefilah, Yehudah Millen, and members of the congregation. Both first and second time Bar Mitzvahs are held during the year. Home away from home to many “snowbirds” from the Midwest, the Northeast and Canada, there are condos are available for rental and purchase within a short walking distance to the shul. Several “gated” communities are also within a short walking distance. Contact the shul office: (561) 499-9229. Orthodox Union – http://www.ou.org/ To discuss your legacy to Anshei Emuna Congregation contact...Read More
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Anshei Emuna Congregation welcomes you! We are a mid sized congregation with approximately 220 families. Our aim is to be a warm, caring and compassionate congregation where yearly residents, snow birds, snow flakes, visitors and vacationers feel welcomed. Anshei Emuna is a modern Orthodox synagogue located in the beautiful residential neighborhood of Delray Beach. Delray Beach borders Boca Raton where numerous Jewish day schools and kosher establishments are available.
Rabbi Jack Engel brings a fresh approach to serving the needs of the Anshei Emuna community. His over thirty years of experience as a pulpit rabbi in South Africa, Australia and New Zealand gives him a uniqueness in comprehending the diversity of the global Jewish community. He is a strong advocate for promoting a spirit of Religious Zionism and is passionate to refocus Orthodox Judaism on the Torah’s core values.
Rabbi Jack has cultivated strong relationships in the broader Jewish community and believes that being an Or Lagoyim – a light unto the nations refers first and foremost to our Jewish brothers and sisters. He is open minded yet firm in his conviction, but is always willing to discuss matters of halachah pertinent to the Modern Orthodox Jew.