Welcome to Temple Beth Miriam

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

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Beth Miriam is a Reform synagogue filled with tradition as well as creativity. We are about creating a truly holy space for everyone who comes into our Mishkan – the place where God dwells.

This is a place where you can pray, sing, 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.

Beth Miriam is an egalitarian community where traditional families, LGBTQ people, interfaith families and partners, singles and anyone interested in finding a sanctuary will be welcome. We are authentically warm and our holy space is always sincere.

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Shavuot Text Study, Yiskor and Stella’s Amazing Homemade Cheesecake

At the end of 49 days from Passover, we have arrived at Sinai!  Come and do a text study on the holiday, maybe have a bissel of Stella Stanway’s homemade cheesecake, and remember our loved ones at Yiskor.  The event begins on May 31 at 11am.  There is no charge and, of course, everyone is most welcome.

Attention all artists!

Beth Miriam’s Hineinu: We Are Here initiative is hosting an art exhibit during the time of the Days of Awe of Rosh Hashanna and Yom Kippur.  We are looking for artists to help us set the mood, display their work, and add to the sanctity of these days.  For all the details on how to submit, costs, etc., please go to this page.

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Many thanks to Andrea Phox (Adult Education photo), Marissa Lambert (Education slider photo)

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