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Virtual Minyan

Thanks to the efforts of Rabbi Goldsmith and our lay leadership, we are able to have a ‘cyber’ minyan with audio and video so you can hear and see the others who are participating. Our minyan will run just as if we were all in the chapel together. 

We hold our Morning and Evening Minyans as we usually do, during the week and on Sundays. Our minyan times will be the usual, 7:20AM Monday through Friday, 6:00PM Monday thru Thursday, and 8:30AM and 5:00PM on Sunday.

Follow these instructions to set up the Zoom software for our shul-wide ZOOM connection.  It will work on PC, MAC, Tablets and Phones, preferably with a camera so we can see everyone who attends.We look forward to staying in touch and maintaining our contact with all of you:

Click Here for directions on how to connect to Zoom

Daily Minyan

The Daily Minyan at Temple Beth Am is an on-going foundation of the community.  Twice each day we come together in the beautiful and spiritual Chapel to join in prayer and song.  In addition to our regular minyan of worshipers, we are joined by those in mourning or honoring a yahrtzeit to recite the Kaddish.  The Daily Minyan is also a sacred space to celebrate Ufruf's, Baby Namings, and B'nai Mitzvah on Monday or Thursday mornings.

Minyan Times

  Monday Tuesday  Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Morning 7:20AM 7:20AM 7:20AM 7:20AM 7:20AM 9:30AM* 8:30AM
Evening 6:00PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 6:00PM* --------- 5:00PM

Service times are subject to change. Please confirm service times with the synagogue office at 954-968-4545.

*Details for Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Saturday morning services can be found here.





Minyan Reflections

"The TBA minyan has become a significant part of my life.  I am part of a group. I am lost in my own thoughts. I get to say thank you for allowing my eyes to open for a new day. I am reminded to love our Lord with all my heart, with all my soul and all my might. I am also reminded not to be led astray by the inclinations  of my heart or by attractions of my eyes. I get to ask please and say thank you.  I am not sure but I think the minyon helps me to try to be a better person."

- Irwin Rubenstein (congregant)

Sun, June 16 2024 10 Sivan 5784