Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach, Florida)

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Temple Emanu-El
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Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach, Florida) is located in Central Miami
Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach, Florida)
Location within Miami Beach
Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach, Florida) is located in Florida
Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach, Florida)
Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach, Florida) (Florida)
Basic information
Location 1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, United States
Geographic coordinates 25°47′33″N 80°7′53″W / 25.79250°N 80.13139°W / 25.79250; -80.13139Coordinates: 25°47′33″N 80°7′53″W / 25.79250°N 80.13139°W / 25.79250; -80.13139
Affiliation Conservative Judaism
Rite Nusach Ashkenaz & Sephardi
Status Active
Leadership Rabbi: Marc Philippe de Roca
President: Jerry Jacobs
Website www.tesobe.org
Architectural type Synagogue
Specifications
Capacity 1,370
Materials Marble

Temple Emanu-El is a synagogue located in the South Beach district of Miami Beach, Florida. It is a traditional egalitarian congregation led by Rabbi Marc-Philippe. It was organized in 1949.[1]

Notable members[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The History of Temple Emanu-El". Temple Emanu-El. Retrieved 29 August 2013. 
  2. ^ Vassolo, Martin (2018-01-17). "Harold Rosen, former Miami Beach mayor who helped rid city of rent control, dies at 92". Miami Herald. Archived from the original on 2018-01-18. Retrieved 2018-02-11.