Are you interested in helping our Beth Am families? We are looking for volunteers who can lend a hand to our congregants who need help in a variety of ways. Just a core group of people is needed to get started. Call or text Debbie Gettes Neibauer, 610-909-7395, or email Fred Goldstein, email@example.com. We can make this happen at Beth Am!
Make sure your point of view is represented in the next World Zionist Congress. When you vote, you will be able to choose from over a dozen slates representing diverse political beliefs, religious denominations and cultural traditions. Those elected from the United States will join delegates from Israel and around the world at the 38th World Zionist Congress in October 2020, the international “parliament of the Jewish people”, to make decisions regarding key institutions which allocate nearly $1 Billion annually to support Israel and World Jewry. Click here to Vote!
Preparedness is #1 when it comes to SAFETY. All are invited to a special training by the Abington Police Department on Situational Awareness and Emergency Preparedness in our “home away from home” at Old York Road Temple-Beth Am. Thursday, February 27 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. RSVP to Bonnie Marks, 215-886-8000
Fred Blum will teach us some techniques to locate individuals through genealogy.
“The Only Woman in the Room” by Marie Benedict. Book review and discussion led by Bonnie Surrey. 15403 Ann’s Choice Way, Warminster, PA 18974. RSVP by Sunday, March 22 to Sandy Sham, 215-420-7455.
Sing Hallelujah returns to Verizon Hall for its third year on the Kimmel Center Cultural Campus. The program theme for this year’s show is Jewish Voices for the Stage. Cantor Elena Zarkh and our Adult Volunteer Choir are participating! Tickets available through kimmelcenter.org. Be sure to use our discount code OYR15 to receive a 15% discount on your tickets.
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