B’ruchim Habaim: Welcome to Temple Beth Miriam
Temple Beth Miriam welcomes you
The oldest congregation in Monmouth County and the one with the youngest attitude
Beth Miriam is a Reform synagogue affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism and it is a temple brimming with tradition as well as creativity. Our mission is to create a holy space for everyone who comes into our Mishkan – the place where God dwells.
This is a place where we invite you to pray, sing, to be intellectually and spiritually stimulated, learn and be engaged with the community and with Israel.
Ours is a place of joy and support and sharing.
Our temple is an egalitarian community where traditional families, LGBTQ people, interfaith families and partners, singles, Jews-by-Choice and anyone interested in finding a sanctuary will be welcome. Please, reach out. We promise to reach back.
Robert Weston, z”l
Sadly, the Temple Beth Miriam family mourns the loss of Robert Weston, beloved husband of Cynthia Weston and father of Beth Weston. Robert passed away on September 17th, 2017. The funeral will be held at Bloomfield Cooper Ocean Chapel Tuesday, September 19th at 12:30 pm, with interment following in Woodbridge at Beth Israel Cemetery. Shiva will take place immediately after the interment and minyan is at 7 PM at the home of Cynthia Weston. If you would like their address please call the office at 732-222-3754.
May Robert’s memory be for a blessing.
Rabbi Stanway welcomes you to Temple Beth Miriam.
Rabbi Stanway introduces you to our new machzor – Days of Awe prayerbook – Mishkan Hanefesh
Cantor Marnie Camhi shares her thoughts about the music at Beth Miriam this year for the Days of Awe.
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