The 2016 confirmation class of Temple Emanu-El reaffirmed a commitment to Judaism and to living a life based on Jewish ethics and values in a service June 10. Confirmation class members from left: Moses Glickman, Abigail Zion, Max Kunkel, Jeremy Caldwell, Josh Yunis and Eliza Lipton, with Temple Emanu-El President Toby Halpern, left, Rabbi Brenner Glickman and director of education Sabrina Silverberg.
The 2016 confirmation class of Temple Emanu-El reaffirmed a commitment to Judaism and to living a life based on Jewish ethics and values in a service June 10. Confirmation class members from left: Moses Glickman, Abigail Zion, Max Kunkel, Jeremy Caldwell, Josh Yunis and Eliza Lipton, with Temple Emanu-El President Toby Halpern, left, Rabbi Brenner Glickman and director of education Sabrina Silverberg. PHOTO PROVIDED
The 2016 confirmation class of Temple Emanu-El reaffirmed a commitment to Judaism and to living a life based on Jewish ethics and values in a service June 10. Confirmation class members from left: Moses Glickman, Abigail Zion, Max Kunkel, Jeremy Caldwell, Josh Yunis and Eliza Lipton, with Temple Emanu-El President Toby Halpern, left, Rabbi Brenner Glickman and director of education Sabrina Silverberg. PHOTO PROVIDED

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