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You have friends. People to share your joys and sorrows. A warm and supportive setting for family events. A place to celebrate the cycles and seasons of Jewish life. It’s all here for you at Highland Park Conservative Temple-Congregation Anshe Emeth.

News and Events: 

Announcing the

Chaver Spring Gala


Carl Levy and Mitchel Rosen, recipients of the Chaver Award


Gerald Rosen, recipient of the Lev Tov Award

Sunday, May 18, 5:00 PM at the Temple

Twelve Angry Men – An Introduction To The Minor Prophets
Mondays, May 5, 12, and 19, 2014 at 8:00 pm

Minor prophet Zephaniah? Habbakuk? It’s likely that you have heard these names, know that they are part of the Tanakh, and that’s where the level of familiarity ends. Examining the Twelve Minor Prophets gives a glimpse into the spiritual struggles and social ills of the Israelites in the years 800-500 B.C.E. and the relevant lessons for us as individuals and as members of a Jewish community today.

The Highland Park Conservative Temple-Congregation Anshe Emeth Summer Scholarship Program has been in existence now for many years. Created by Rabbi Hilsenrath zt"l, the goal of this program is to provide financial assistance to families who are committed to deepening their children’s Jewish identity through summer programming. Our scholarship program demonstrates that we, as a community, value this commitment and understand our financial support as a symbolic investment in the future of the Jewish people. We believe our program is unparalleled in the community.

East Brunswick Jewish Center and HPCT-CAE are joining together to form a Jewish Singles Club.

We invite Jewish singles ages 25 and up to join us for bagels and coffee on April 27, 10 AM at EBJC, 511 Ryders Lane, East Brunswick. We look forward to schmoozing and planning for future events.

For additional information - please contact EBJC office at 732-257-7070


Please see below for information on the Yom Hashaoh Commemorations taking place in our community and at the Temple.

News and Events: 



Sisterhood Shabbat Dinner

We invite our members, families and friends to our 

Sisterhood Shabbat Dinner

Friday, May 2, 2014

Kabbalat Shabbat Services at 6:30 pm, followed by dinner.

Sisterhood Shabbat Dinner


HPCT-CAE presents the

Loretta Flam z"l  Memorial Lecture

with Guest Speaker

Susan Leshnoff, PhD

Art During the Holocaust

Sunday, May 4, 9:30 am

Why Should I Care About Israel?




TWO DIFFERENT SESSIONS For teens grades 8-12

Please attend both sessions!

Celebrate our



A youthful Shabbat, full of Youth!

May 3, 2014

Join us for special services, new melodies, and Ramah Shabbat-style breakfast, and see our youth "in action"!

Schedule for the morning: