B’ruchim Habaim: Welcome to Temple Beth MiriamTBM2021-10-26T12:41:42-04:00
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
Beth Miriam is a place of warmth. You will always be embraced regardless of your background, previous affiliation, or Jewish knowledge. We believe that you are a vital part of the Jewish future and present and we are a place in which to nurture, feed and protect that Jewish part of your self. Join us anytime for a class, a service or an event
You will always be warmly welcomed to the temple. We are here to help, to teach, to support, and to share our Jewish enthusiasm with you. Come to a service, a class, or a program. You will find us to be quite an inspiring place.
They have been so well-received that people from all over the country have wanted to know how we did it so they can copy it. And the members of TBM really enjoyed getting to know their co-congregants.
We are continuing the program and you are invited to share your Jewish story with the congregation. If you are interested, let Rabbi Stanway know at 732-768-7773 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We can schedule a convenient time for an interview.
Rabbi Stanway on the Jewish Faith and Facts Podcast
Rabbi Stanway shared with Rabbi Steven Garten (who, as youth, belonged to Beth Miriam with his family) in his weekly podcast from Ottawa, Ontario. This is Rabbi Stanway’s second appearance talking about the portion of the week. You can use the link below to hear it. The link will take you to the Podcast page and from there search for the Nazarite and The Imperfect Abraham under ‘More Episodes’
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.
Make a Donation
We invite you to make a donation to the temple in honor or memory of someone or something. You can call the office at 732-222-3754, use a check or use the link below.
Please enter your “in memory of” or “in honor of” in the notes section on PayPal. Thank you for your generosity and your support of Temple Beth Miriam.
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.