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Welcome!

TBA is a vibrant spiritual center for Conservative Judaism meeting the spiritual, cultural and educational needs of our members. We strive to be a Kehillah Kedosha, a sacred and caring community, serving the needs of the Jewish population in NW Broward County, FL. 

We offer a comprehensive program of activities for any age and any lifestyle. Come see for yourself!

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Join us for Shabbat

Fridays: Carlebach Happy Minyan at 6:10 pm.
Saturdays: We meet in our Sanctuary at 9:00 am. Rabbi Plotkin leads the service, and congregants are encouraged to participate by reading Torah or leading parts of the service.

 

Office Hours

Regular Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am-12:00pm

Summer Office Hours:

The office is closed on Sundays during the months of June and July

Call our Office with your questions

Our friendly staff always welcomes your inquiries. Please contact us if you have questions about life cycle events such as baby namings, bar and bat mitzvah scheduling, or wedding planning. Contemplating membership at Temple Beth Am? Please call us at 954-968-4545, or email us at [email protected], and let us answer your questions.

News at TBA

Rabbi's Sermon 6/27/15

Tue, 06/30/2015 - 11:20am -- pdashoff

Sermon  In advance of a new Rabbi ," Intro on future of shules  with Millenials "

 

Rabbi's Sermon 6/20/15

Wed, 06/24/2015 - 2:42pm -- pdashoff

Sermon for the portion of Korach  2015

 

Though we constantly talk about 40 years of wandering  in the desert perhpas sometimes romanticizing it,  the  reality is that it was a hard trip and constantly fraught with problems most of the time brought on by the Jews themselves.God was always watching and  very often the people failed Him.

Rabbi's Sermon 6/13/15

Tue, 06/16/2015 - 10:27am -- pdashoff

June 13, 2015

Sermon Shelach Lecha

 

As you have seen today’s Torah reading is Parshat Schelach Lecha. 

 

But I am not sure if you are aware of the fact that the Torah originally had no such division.  In fact the only divisions were of the five books.  When you read from the actual Scrolls of the Torah, the only calligraphy differentiation is a couple of empty lines at the end of each book.  Otherwise, it is a consecutive run. 

 

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