B’ruchim Habaim: Welcome to Temple Beth Miriam
There is a wide variety of Adult Education opportunities. Talmud study, Theology study, engaging guest speakers and presentations throughout the year offer challenging and inspiring learning.
Music fills our sacred spaces. Whether in Shabbat worship or religious school, we invite traditional and contemporary music to fill our hearts and souls. Guitars and piano are found at almost every service but there could also be other instruments that fill our holy spaces with sound.
The Eisenberg-Beirman Religious School is a place of joy and learning. Its teachers and administration are professional, engaged and committed Jews. There are learning opportunities all the way through 12th Grade.
Worship is beautiful at Beth Miriam. The services are soulful, inspiring, and meaningful. Everyone is most welcome to join us for Shabbat and holy day worship.
There are opportunities for teens to continue to engage with the temple well after bar/bat mitzvah. There are youth group activities, madrichim (student teacher) training, Teen Academy study with the Rabbi and other activities that keep teens engaged and furthers their education.
Our temple is a place of safety, of prayer, of comfort, of home and of Jewish values, ideals and learning. We invite you to embrace our community as we embrace you.
We are Reform Jewish community which means that 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.
We believe that everyone is part of the Jewish future regardless of your background, previous affiliation, or Jewish knowledge.
The Days of Awe are coming and we are very busy at the temple getting ready so that we can make these holy days meaningful, spiritual and uplifting. There is a page devoted to the Days of Awe at this link: https://templebethmiriam.org/days-of-awe-2019/
Please check the page from time to time for updates.
On the right, you will see the established links to help you get to where you want to go quickly.
Family Affair is reaching out to all of our Temple Beth Miriam congregants to make sure that any member who has difficulty with transportation for the High Holidays, will be helped with a ride. Any congregants in need of transportation, or volunteers who would like to provide a ride, please contact Lori Goldstein at email@example.com, or the Temple office by September 23rd. Please specify Erev Rosh Hashana, Rosh Hashana morning, Erev Yom Kippur, Yom Kippur morning or afternoon.
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