Temple Beth Miriam welcomes you

The oldest congregation in Monmouth County and the one with the youngest attitude

Beth Miriam is a Reform synagogue filled 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, engaged with the community and with Israel. Ours is a place of joy and support and sharing.

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..

Important Events and Announcements

High Holidays Together: A program for young children and their families

Click here for details on our next ‘Together’ program.  Bring the whole family!

Days of Awe Information

The Days of Awe are almost upon us.  There are some significant changes to services this year including a new prayerbook (Mishkan HaNefesh), new service formats, new worship opportunities and even some experimental services.  Please use this link to see the schedule, download forms, and read about some of the changes we are doing this year at Beth Miriam.

Important Dates

  • First day of Religious School: September 10  9 AM
  • Sisterhood Welcome Back to School Brunch: September 10 11:30 AM
  • High Holidays Together: A program for young children and their families  September 16  10 AM
  • Saturday Morning Torah Study will resume September 23.  Mark your calendars for this weekly hour long Torah study beginning at 11 AM.  Everyone is welcome.
  • Midrash study resumes on September 10 at 8 AM, the first day of Religious School
  • Theology class will also resume after Rosh Hashanna but a date is not finalized as we have to make the audio-visual center ready for the class and its new format that can only happen after Rosh Hashanna

Interested in Conversion to Judaism?

Are you interested in conversion to Judaism but don’t know where to begin?  Rabbi Stanway works one-on-one with conversion students and also recommends classes.  There are Fall classes coming up.  You can register from this link.

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