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Beth Miriam is a Reform synagogue where we seek to nurture the Jewish life of all of our congregants, young and old, in times of distress and in moments of joy. We are steadfast in our commitment to תיקון עולם (tikkun olam/social justice) in the greater world around us and in Israel, and we seek to strengthen our ties of love and loyalty with Israel in all arenas. 

 

We embrace all Jews, showing warmth, love and equality to all…

 

We show love and equality to all genders, races, gay and straight families and individuals, marital and parental statuses of every Jewish person. We also welcome the interfaith family to our congregation openly and lovingly.

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Hannukah Festivities!

dreidels-vertHannukah Lunch and Dreidel TournamentThe annual Hannukah Lunch and Dreidel Tournament is being held on Sunday December 21st immediately following religious school at noon. It is always a great time with food, games, and prizes! Cost is $5 per person/ $20 max per family. PLEASE RSVP to sisterhood@bethmiriam.org  by December 18th so we can order enough goodies for all to enjoy. If you have questions, please contact Debbie Gerbman at dgerbman@comcast.net.
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Join us for dinner!

The entire congregation is welcome to enjoy a meal together before services whenever there is a Family Shabbat with the children of the Eisenberg-Bierman Religious School. Online reservations through Chaverweb at https://www.chaverweb.net/Logout2.aspx and then login using your usual username and password.
Save the dates!
January 9 @6:15, featuring Primary Grades PreK-3
March 20 @6:15, featuring Grade 4 Matan Siddur (giving out of the siddur) and Grade 5
April 17 @6:15, featuring Grade 6
May 8@6:15, featuring Grade 7 Siyyum

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Making Prayer Real set to resume on January 25 9AM

There is a continuation and extension of the new and exciting course that Rabbi Stanway led last year.  You do not have to be a former student of the class to join this one!  Making Prayer Real is an integrated course using a textbook (Making Prayer Real), video presentations, classroom work and spiritual exercises.  It is aimed at making your spiritual practice even more meaningful and it is for everyone.

  • Guided exercises using your mind, body and spirit
  • Creative writing
  • Outdoor exercises
  • Learning to appreciate and extend your prayer
  • Making prayer meaningful

The schedule for the course will appear in upcoming E-lijahs.  However, the first date is January 25th at 9 am.  Please join us.

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TBM NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2014

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