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.

Sisterhood Rummage Sale – Get Involved!

The Sisterhood Rummage Sale is on November 5 and is the Sisterhood’s biggest and best fundraiser. Bring in your old clothes beginning on October 30 and join the Sisterhood for setup throughout the week.  You can bring your shoes and clothes and place them in Social Hall.

One other thing: Our jewelry boutique made over $800 last year thanks to everyone participating in our “NEW IDEA”.  So, of course, we are doing this again!  Please donate a piece of inexpensive costume jewelry – used or new – for our sale on November 5.  Donations of jewelry are minimal and this would help us fill the jewelry table in our Boutique.
Please call Vivian if you have any questions:  732-221-7574

Thank you sooooo much!
Vivian Fried – Joni Darnell – Cindy Singer

Now ‘til November 2 at the office.
Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday  10 – 4 – Friday. 10 – 2

NOTE: Your child can drop it off on his/her way to class

Sign up:   Vivian  732-221-7574
Cindy   732-996-2298
Joni      732-614-9500

Become a Hanukkah dinner maven! On Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 3PM, Jerry Kass will give a hands-on cooking class in the Temple kitchen. The menu will include brisket cooked in the traditional French technique, crispy potato latkes and other sides.  Class is limited to 10 paid people ($15/person) so that all can participate and enjoy the results. Please RSVP to the Temple office with a check or credit card. This event is organized by the Nurturing our Community through Food group and the Programming Committee.

The Days of Awe art exhibition is a tremendous success! The exhibition brought such beautiful art to our community at Temple Beth Miriam!

Please join us for a final artwork viewing on Sunday, October 22nd from 9AM until 12PM to see the exhibition for the last time and to make your final purchases.  We will have coffee, tea and breakfast muffins.  Artwork that has already been purchased may be picked up at this time.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT THE DAYS OF AWE ART SHOW 2018!  Please contact Annie Raulerson with any questions at savannie@hotmail.com.



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