Count the Omer!

The omer refers to the 49-day period between the second night of Passover (Pesach) and the holiday of Shavuot. This period marks the beginning of the barley harvest when, in ancient times, Jews would bring the first sheaves to the Temple as a means of thanking God for the harvest. The word omer literally means “sheaf” and refers to these early offerings.

Learn how to count the Omer from this link.


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APRIL 2018 TEMPLE BULLETIN

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.

We are 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.

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May 6 Breakfast with the Rabbi Postponed

The May 6 Breakfast with the Rabbi had to be canceled @beth_miriam . We will reschedule and have Rabbi Susman and Dr. Bellitto make a great presentation. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Learn How to Lead a Shiva Minyan

Rabbi Stanway will be teaching how to lead a Shiva Minyan from the Beth Miriam siddur for a house of mourning.  The class will take place on May 22 at 7 pm and everyone is most welcome.  Come learn how to do this mitzvah and be in our shiva pool of ba’alay tefillah

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