Our Mensch Lab and School of Early Learning students are participating in a project to help collect cans of food for needy individuals and families.We are asking ALL members to help with this worthwhile endeavor by bringing in 1 or 2 items every time you visit the synagogue. Ideal items are fish, proteins, nut butters and fruits. Kosher designated cans are not required, but encouraged.
If you are planning an escape from the upcoming winter months, please log in to your Chaverweb account to change your address, or call the Temple office, 215-886-8000, to let us know your plans. We don’t want you to miss a thing!
Carefully observe text from the Hebrew Bible to discover its art, beauty, poetry and personal meaning to our lives. This is not an art class; it is a Biblical text class. No artistic talent nor Hebrew literacy is required. Tuesdays, January 7, 14, and 21. All classes will be held from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Participants must RSVP to Rhoda Ryba by January 3, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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!
“Glimpses of Light” project. Beth Amniks can create inspirational performance and visual arts pieces for presentation. For more information, contact Harriet Gomon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, January 19, 10:00 a.m. Join us for a catered brunch as we honor KAREN KANTOR, Retired Executive Director. The program will include presentations from HAROLD MARCUS for ISRAEL BONDS and MICHAEL SOLOMONOV, Restaurateur and three-time winner of the James Beard Foundation Award. Details to follow soon!
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