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Join us on Shabbat

Warm, vibrant, welcoming…these are the words you'll hear used to describe our Shabbat services. Whether you're new to the area or our congregation, joining us for a Shabbat service is the perfect way to experience our community and make a connection with Temple Beth Am.

Happy Minyan Friday Night Service 

If you've never experienced a Happy Minyan service, you'll be hooked after your first Shabbat.  Based on the musical influence of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, our Kabbalat Shabbat service will introduce you to new tunes, a lively atmosphere and a more relaxed environment to celebrate the welcoming of the Sabbath.  Join us Friday evening at 6PM for an uplifting experience.

Interested in learning to be a Happy Minyan service leader? The page below contains the audio for each of the prayers for you to follow along.

Happy Minyan Prayer Audio

Shabbat Morning Services 

A traditional service with a welcoming congregation.  Whether you are a long time member, or new to our Kehillah, you'll find new connections on Shabbat at Temple Beth Am.  Stay with us after services for Kiddush and lunch - free and open to all who attend.  This is a great way to meet new members of the congregation, or to find out more about us if you are considering having you or your family join our synagogue.  Services begin at 9:30AM.

Kiddush Lunch

Each week we have a delicious kiddush lunch following services.  Sit down and shmooze with old and new friends while enjoying our mouth-watering food offerings.  

Boker Tov

After lunch on Shabbat, why not join our parsha-of-the-week focused study group.

Boker Tov is a lay led parsha study group, meeting after morning services every Shabbat. We gather in the Social Hall (or the Chapel in the summer) following lunch. Our discussion leaders are all volunteers, and each one chooses whatever point(s) he or she would like to discuss from the parsha of the week.

Questions for discussion focus sometimes on the text and comparing the interpretation of various scholars to our own perception. Just as frequently, our discussion questions focus on how we feel about some aspect of the story line or the particular wording in that week's parsha. Everyone is welcome to sit in on our discussion - to participate or just to listen.

We are always looking for discussion leaders, and those who are interested are invited to choose a Shabbat to facilitate the discussion. For information contact Sheila Grossman, 954-752-1365,

Sun, June 16 2024 10 Sivan 5784