Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill launches ‘Emunah’ Campaign with LMC Videos

Temple Emanuel's "Emunah" Campaign video features several multigenerational Temple families. Clockwise from top right: the Deitch, Wallet and Fromkin familieis; The Sattin and Alpert Families and the Korach Family.
Temple Emanuel's "Emunah" Campaign video features several multigenerational Temple families. Clockwise from top right: the Deitch, Wallet and Fromkin families; The Sattin and Alpert Families and the Korach Family.

Temple Emanuel, the Reform synagogue in Cherry Hill, NJ, has launched a visioning and fundraising campaign, “Emunah,” that incorporates a video produced by LMC featuring members of the synagogue speaking about what the temple means to them. Emunah is the Hebrew word for “faith.”

The video, which we produced over the past three weeks, features a wide spectrum of synagogue members including multigenerational families, youth leaders, a same-sex interfaith couple, and senior members of the congregation. It was shown to more than 350 congregants at a special Chanukkah breakfast December 13.

You can watch the Emunah video in the player below. A video of remarks by congregation leaders at the launch breakfast will be available soon.

Updated 12/18/2015:  The Emunah video was shown at a congregational breakfast on December 13, which LMC also recorded for Temple Emanuel. You can watch that video in this player:

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