The temple livestream system is now fully functional. Each Kabbalat Shabbat, the system will be on and we will use this instead of Zoom since we are now back at the temple. As well, families have the option to stream the livestream during their bar/bat mitzvah ceremonies, weddings, funerals, etc. You can access the live stream by clicking on the picture above and, if you wish, clicking on the square below to make it fill your screen. The livestream will go live about 1/2 hour before services which begin at 7:30 PM on Fridays.
If you have any questions, please call the office at 732-222-3754.
If you wish to read the sermons Rabbi Stanway delivered this High Holiday season, please use this link:
2020 High Holiday Sermons
The Social Action/Social Justice Committee sends its best wishes for health and happiness in the new year 5781.
Please remember to click (not kick!) the can or use this link to donate to the TBM Food Drive.
Also, a Zoom meeting on October 6th at 7:30 pm has been scheduled exclusively for Temple Beth Miriam congregants for a Safeguarding Our Votes workshop facilitated by RAC-NJ experts Nilene Evans and Liz Cohen providing information and answering questions about voting in the upcoming election. RAC-NJ is the New Jersey branch of the URJ Religious Action Center in DC.
Watch for reminders in Elijah and during high holiday announcements. The link to register for the October 6th 7:30 pm workshop is:
The workshop date anticipates Monmouth and Ocean County clerks mailing ballots by October 5, and also is during Sukkot. We hope to ‘harvest’ your pledges to vote as fruits of civic engagement, since high voting levels at TBM will make our state’s 46 Reform congregations more effective promoting causes to legislators that matter to NJ Reform Jews, and will help decisively to repair what needs fixing.