After 50 years at our home on East Yates Road North, we moved!
While our facility is closed, our congregation continues to pray together seven days a week on the campus of Baron Hirsch Congregation. Seven days a week, we gather gather as a congregation with our wonderful rabbi, Rabbi Joel Finklestein, our cantor, Chazan Aryeh Samberg, and the same welcoming membership that you know.
Due to COVID (see below), we have limited seating capacity. For information on our services and to sign up for a space, please complete this form, and one of our staff will contact you.
Welcome to Anshei Sphard Beth El Emeth
At the guidance of health professionals and prominent poskim, our Shul, like almost all others across the world is temporarily closed.
Though it is difficult for us to have closed our physical doors we hope this action helps to enforce Social Distancing in confronting the spread of the Corona Virus.
Though our physical doors are closed our spiritual "doors" -mind and heart-remain open for learning and growth & we are still available for one another.
Please click here our recent announcements and for updated information & ways to connect.
REMEMBER- SOCIAL DISTANCING DOES NOT HAVE TO MEAN SOCIAL ISOLATION.
Our motto, "His House, Your Home", is not just a slogan.
Our diverse orthodox congregation is a warm, friendly place where all are welcome and feel at home.
Our Shabbat morning services, led by Rabbi Joel Finkelstein and Cantor Aryeh Samberg, are dignified and melodious, prayerful yet upbeat.
You will have learned something new and be inspired from each of the Rabbi's sermons.
We offer classes from Beginners Hebrew Reading Crash Course to Advanced Analytical Talmud and almost everything in between.
Our social & family events such as our World Famous ASBEE Kosher BBQ Contest & Festival and our "Shabbat Tot-Sperience offer opportunities for all ages to get involved, grow and have fun in the process.
Feel free to explore our website and contact us to arrange a Shabbat visit and experience our Southern Hospitality firsthand.