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    [post_content] => Rabbi Gouze comes with a wealth of experience, having previously served as the Rabbi of Congregation Shaare Tefilah in Norwood, Massachusetts.

Additionally, she has served as Judaic Studies Coordinator and teacher at the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island in Providence, as Director of Pastoral Care at the Miriam Hospital, Providence, and the Judaic Studies and Middle School Coordinator at Alperin Shechter Day School in Providence. Currently she is the Jewish Chaplain at the New England Sinai Hospital in Stoughton and will continue in this position during her tenure at Temple Beth Emunah.

While at Congregation Shaare Tefilah Rabbi Gouze initiated a monthly family education program, a participatory Torah learning session during Shabbat morning services, and developed and implemented contemporary holiday services.

Looking forward to her time at Temple Beth Emunah, Rabbi Gouze hopes to instill in the congregation a strong spirit of community, learning, and religious awakening.

For membership and ticket information, please contact the Temple Administrator, Marcie Ingber, 508-583-5810, marcie@templebethemunah.org.
    [post_title] => Temple Beth Emunah Welcomes a New Rabbi
    [post_excerpt] => At the start of the Jewish New Year, Temple Beth Emunah will welcome Rabbi Andrea M. Gouze as its new spiritual leader.
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    [post_content] => Temple Beth Emunah is looking forward to celebrating the New Year together as a congregation.

We are planning on holding Rosh Hashana day services on Monday Oct 3 & Tuesday Oct 4, Kol Nidre service on Tuesday evening Oct 11 and Yom Kippur services on Wednesday Oct 12 in the social hall at:

Christ Congregational Church
1350 Pleasant St.
Brockton, MA 02301

Membership in Temple Beth Emunah is $750 for a couple/family and $500 for a single.

Members may purchase tickets for their guests at $75.00 per person. Non-Members may also purchase tickets for $125.00 per person. These are available for purchase in the temple office, by cash, check or credit card. This is a 50% discount off of last year prices!

As a reminder, all students and young adults under the age of 21 will be free of charge. Please let us know names and how many tickets are needed

If you have any questions, please contact the Temple Administrator Marcie Ingber, 508-583-5810, marcie@templebethemunah.org.

We wish everyone a happy and healthy New Year.
    [post_title] => High Holiday Services
    [post_excerpt] => Temple Beth Emunah is looking forward to celebrating the New Year together with High Holiday Services at Christ Congregational Church.

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