We are you!

Beth Miriam is a Reform synagogue and 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.

Services are at 7:30 PM on Friday evenings.  Everyone is welcome and you are invited to dress as casually as you wish.  This is just one of the ways that Beth Miriam is more than a temple: it is place where your soul and body can worship, learn, teach, sing and just be.

Please, reach out.  We promise to reach back.

Sukkot Activities

SUKKOT HAVDALLACUE

YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR END-OF-SUKKOT PARTY WITH OUR HAVDALLACUE ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 AT 6 PM.
COME ENJOY HAVDALLAH, A FRIENDLY BONFIRE, THE SUKKAH AND WAVING THE LULAV ON LAST TIME.  
The cost will be $10/adult. $35/family of 5 max., $5 anyone under Bar/Bat Mitzvah age. Calling the office AT 732-222-3754 or by e mailing  tbmoffice@bethmiriam.org and let us know if you prefer a vegetarian option.

SIMCHAT TORAH &
CONSECRATION

YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR SIMCHAT TORAH AND CONSECRATION CEREMONY WHERE WE WILL BEGIN A NEW TORAH – LITERALLY – AND BEGIN THE JOY OF TEACHING TORAH TO OUR YOUNG CHILDREN.

THE SERVICE WILL BEGIN ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 AT 10:30 AM

 

SPAGHETTI IN THE SUKKAH!

EVERYONE IS INVITED TO JOIN THE RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 AT 5:30 FOR SPAGHETTI IN THE SUKKAH!  THERE IS NO CHARGE IF YOU RSVP TO DGERBMAN@COMCAST.NET.  OTHERWISE, IT IS $5/PERSON.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

LAST DAY OF SUKKOT YISKOR AND STUDY

YOU ARE INVITED TO A 1 1/2 HOUR TEXT STUDY AND YISKOR SERVICE ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 AT 9 AM ON THE LAST DAY OF SUKKOT.  WE WILL LEARN A LITTLE TORAH AND REMEMBER OUR LOVED ONES WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY.  EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND.

THEOLOGY CLASS RESUMES
RESUMES SEPT 26, 10 AM

This year we will study a most meaningful text, Pirke Avot with a distinctly spiritual slant and social justice lens. You will find it engaging and, best of all, useful in your own lives.  The class meets on Wednesdays at 10 am. EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND.
We will be studying from the new Pirkei Avot book which can be found at this link.


Religious School Calendar

The new religious school calendar is out for 2018-2019.  Click this link to go the page and download the calendar in .PDF


Instant Luach

The Circle of Life


Condolences to Sandy Cohen on the death of her mother, Miriam Pilver
Condolences to Dana Galkin on the death of her grandmother, Shirlee Salesky
Mazal tov to Fran and Steve Silver on the birth of their new grandson born on July 20
Mazal tov to Zach and Katherina Weiner on the birth of their new son, Chaiim Ezra, on July 21
Mazal tov to Hank B. on his bar mitzvah
Mazal tov to Bob and Maureen Berman on the birth of their new grandson!
June 13: Mazal tov to Aaron and Kasey Levine on the birth of their daughter, Daire Sterling
June 2: Mazal tov to Ezra L. on his bar mitzvah
April 27: Mazal tov to Marissa F. and Ryan G. on winning the Heimlich-Aaron Award for 2018!
Condolences to Stella Jeruzalmi Stanway on the death of her father
April 29: Mazal Tov to David Meier and Vanessa Rino on their wedding!
April 23: Mazal tov to Sherri Nott and Jon Oglensky on their wedding!
April 14: Mazal tov to Tyler Suchodolsky on his bar mitzvah!

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