Let our Family Welcome You!

Adath Emanu-El is a Reform Jewish congregation located in Mount Laurel New Jersey 10 miles east from Philadelphia, PA. We welcome all who seek to affiliate with a Reform Jewish synagogue. Our 500 plus families are diverse in age, family status, degree of participation, ritual practice, geography, and socio-economic status. Interfaith families, Jews by Choice, the young and old alike, feel welcome. Check us out! We would love for you to join us for services, attend a class, make an appointment to meet our Rabbi or participate in a program.

For additional information about membership or to schedule a tour of our building, please call the office at 856-608-1200. Our staff would be delighted to go over membership possibilities for you and to answer any questions you might have.  If you’d like more information, we can send you a packet of information including a newsletter, calendar of upcoming events, schedule of services and school brochures.   Or, you can also contact our Membership Chair, Anne Goodman.

We are happy to send you a membership packet in the mail, please click on the button below to request one. Or, you can download a membership form below.


Brian Sattinger,


Provided below is the membership form in PDF format for you to print and mail or fax to our office.

What our Members Have to Say:

“In less than two years at AE, I’ve developed a stronger sense of spirituality, family and friendship here than I did after decades in my previous synagogue.”


“We have been members of Adath Emanu-El for four years and from the minute we walked through the doors we were made to feel welcome. It has become a second family to myself, my husband and son, and synagogue life has enriched our lives tremendously.”


“We met wonderful people at Adath Emanu-El who have become some of our dearest friends. The atmosphere is comfortable and unpretentious. The Early Childhood Center was a loving, fun and educational experience for our kids. They have developed bonds in the pre-school that are still present many years later. And when life through a curve ball at our family, the congregants were incredibly supportive and helpful. The connections here are invaluable.”