Welcome to Temple Beth Miriam

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.

Simchat Shabbat: Our New 6:30 service

We heard you!

As part of our way of offering a Shabbat experience to younger families, we are offering a 6:30 pm service on March 17, April 21, May 26 and June 9.  These services will be over by 7:30 (at which point, if you would like to say Kaddish but don’t want to be at the service so early, Rabbi Cy and Cantor Marnie will be there to lead it with you.)  The services will be filled with the music you know and love and may use the new Mishkan Tefillah for Children or the regular Mishkan Tefillah.

Everyone is most welcome to these services; young, older, members of the community, people interested in the community and everyone in between!

Please mark you calendars or refer to the temple calendar

Torah Study in full swing

plaut-torah3Our Shabbat morning Torah study has begun.  Each week we will delve into the text using modern and classic commentaries in a free-flowing discussion.  Everyone is most welcome to join us for this one hour session of learning.  Check the temple calendar for the dates (i.e., when there is a bar/bat mitzvah that morning, there will be no Torah study class.)  Please join us for this egalitarian, welcoming and haimishe hour of learning.

Israel Pictures Visual Tefillah!

Rabbi Stanway is putting together another Visual Tefillah service and wants YOUR Israel trip pictures!  It doesn’t matter how old the pictures are, just put them on a thumb drive and bring them to the temple for inclusion into the next Visual Tefillah service on March 3.

Ongoing Adult Education

Midrash Study: Sunday mornings 8 am when there is Religious School.  No Hebrew needed, only imagination!  Everyone welcome.

THEOLOGY – Every Wednesday at 10 am.  An exploration of current theological issues through a free-flowing discussion founded upon this year’s book.

SHABBAT MORNING TORAH STUDY – 11 am Saturday mornings.  An exploration of the week’s פרשת השבוע – Torah portion of the week with classic and modern commentaries.  Class is 1 hour long.

Canadian Picnic!

The Third Annual Canadian Picnic (Le troisieme annuel picque-nicque)  is coming to Beth Miriam!  Join us for lunch with fries (frites) and onion rings (rondelles d’oignon) from The Windmill, burgers (boeuf est grillee sur flamme), dogs (hot dog grille), and vegetarian choices (choix vegetarien).  (Rumour has it that there will be poutine, too!)  We will make s’mores, enjoy a bonfire (feu de joie) and have a wonderful after-school afternoon with friends!
January 29, 2017/Janvier 29, 2017
12 noon/midi
$10/adult   $5/child   $35/maximum
Call the temple to RSVP (Répondez s’il vous plaît) by January 20 or sign up with Chaverweb

We’d love to hear from you

Want info on a program, the school, the congregation, membership, or need the rabbi or cantor to give you a call?  Feel free to call the temple at 732-222-3754 or drop us a quick e-mail below with your request.  We guarantee we will get back to you.

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