B’ruchim Habaim: Welcome to Temple Beth MiriamTBM2022-01-18T07:41:16-05:00
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Cycle of life
The Beth Miriam community extends its deepest condolences to Alana Zagha on the death of her husband, Douglas, who died last week. Doug’s death was sudden and unexpected. The family will have a memorial service as soon as COVID subsides where we can remember Doug. Our condolences to all of his children and his family at this devastating time.
We are sad to report the death of Rita Zimring. Rita and Israel (z’l) were dedicated and devoted members of Beth Miriam for 15 years. They moved to Voorhees to be closer to family several years ago but they always held TBM in high esteem and said that the 15 years with Beth Miriam at the Shore were the best years of their lives. May her memory be a blessing.
The temple community extends its condolences to the family and friends of Corynn Warner, widow of Ira Warner, z”l. Corynn passed away on January 7. The funeral will be at Temple Beth Miriam on Monday, January 10 at 11 AM with full masking required while inside the building. Corynn was a long-time member of Beth Miriam and resident of Long Branch. She will be missed and we extend our condolences to the family at this sad moment.
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My Jewish Story has really taken off. People love to tell their stories and the interviews are so interesting. If you want to share your story, give Rabbi Cy a call at 732-768-7773 to set up a time for a Zoom share.
After a very successful 24th year of Talmud study, we have completed the sessions for 2020/2021. We have resumed and are continuing with our study of Tractate Brachot. We meet every Sunday at 8 AM when Religious School is in session. Be sure to check the calendar with this link.
Theology class meets every Wednesday morning during the academic year we will immerse ourselves in a new book entitled 'Thinking About God" and can be bought on Amazon.com. This book will help us in our Jewish journeys to develop our own theologies and point us in directions that we may never have thought of. Everyone is most welcome.
Join us each Shabbat morning (Saturday) for Torah study of the portion-of-the-week (or pretty close to it!!) at 10 AM in the Zoom Room 589-198-4173 p/w/181818. No Hebrew knowledge is required and everyone in the class is a Torah scholar – even you! Rabbi Stanway will send you the text so there is nothing to buy. The conversations and observations are always engaging. The class is fun and everyone is most welcome.
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Make a donation in honor or memory of someone or something. Can call the office at 732-222-3754, use a check or use the link below.
Enter “in memory of” or “in honor of” in the notes.
The ongoing Covid situation has begun to dwindle, from all reports. But to keep us all safe, we will have services on Zoom for January 21 at 7:30 in room 589-198-4173 p/w 181818. We will get back to live services as soon as it is safe to do so.
We are planning a Purim fundraiser on March 19th– it will be a Casino Night! This fun filled evening will include music, food, and entertainment, but most importantly, a silent auction. We are in need of donations of all monetary values, but especially high-end items.
A stay at your vacation home. You pick the dates and terms.
Tickets to one game from a season ticket holder and maybe a parking pass.
Original artisan item, such as artwork, woodwork, jewelry, etc.