Welcome to Temple Beth Am
Reconnecting as a community.
Following current health guidelines
High Holidays 5782
Join Rabbi Blumberg and Cantor Wolff for a special Havdalah and Selichot service to begin our contemplation and preparation for the High Holidays with prayer, melody, and ritual.
Temple Beth Am will offer both in-person and livestreamed services at the High Holidays this year. In-person service are open to congregants only, who are fully vaccinated, masked, and feeling well. Zoom and livestreaming links will be provided as the High Holidays get closer. If you plan to attend IN-PERSON services, you must pre-register by contacting the temple office.
For more information on High Holidays 5782, include service dates and times, click here.
TBA Online: We are delighted to be able to offer on line holiday and Shabbat Services, Torah study, and classes from Kindergarten through 12th grade, led by a team of dedicated and talented teachers. In recent weeks, we hosted a joyous bar mitzvah, a temple-wide seder and a very caring shiva. We are resilient and determined and our membership is hamische and involved.
Shabbat Services: Join us for Shabbat Services every Friday night, usually at 7:15 pm. If you are a Temple Beth Am member, you will receive a link for Zoom via email. Services are open to the public. If you are not a member, please call the temple office at 508-872-8300 to request a link to the service. We look forward to seeing you there! Our Oneg Shabbat will be full of smiling faces on your screen and the warmth of our community will shine through the virtual airwaves.
Reach out! TBA has a team of volunteers ready to help you with things like grocery shopping or pharmacy pick-ups, please contact Carol Hanover, President, at email@example.com.
Spiritual guidance: Please reach out to Rav Sam Blumberg if you need spiritual guidance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to be able to share the very special Temple Beth Am experience with everyone in person when it is safe to be together again.
Welcome to Temple Beth Am
Temple Beth Am is a warm and vibrant Reform Jewish community located in Framingham, MA, comprised of members from the greater Metro West area. Founded in 1956 and affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, members and visitors find a relaxed and informal atmosphere in which people of all ages, backgrounds and orientations come to worship, learn, enjoy music, explore Judaism, and find new friends.
Temple Beth Am is proud to be part of the Brit Olam Movement where we can truly achieve the world we want – one filled with wholeness, justice, and compassion.
A message from Rabbi Samuel Blumberg
Hello and Welcome to Temple Beth Am!
In this uncertain world, we are thankful to have community for support, comfort, and to share in celebration. Temple Beth Am is known for its warmth, inclusivity, and love of Judaism. We hope that you’ll join us to learn, to pray, and to help make the world a better place.
I am thrilled to be a part of this community and look forward to meeting you! Please don’t hesitate to reach out to schedule a conversation or meeting by emailing me at email@example.com or calling (508) 872-8300. I hope to see you soon!
A message from TBA President Carol Hanover
In 1975, I walked into Temple Beth Am with 2 little kids in tow, and was welcomed into a wonderful and warm family. Then, as now, there is so much to discover at our temple:
- an exciting new curriculum for kids in kindergarten through high school
- fun-filled social events for adults and youth
- supportive and engaging clergy
- religious services filled with a genuine love of old and new Jewish traditions, music, singing, and spirit
- enrichment classes to fulfill every interest from Yiddish to Yoga, calculus to cooking
- weekly minyanim and Torah study
- and so much MORE!
I am proud to lead Temple Beth Am and ask that you join hands with me and our Board of Trustees, as we step forward into a bright future, fulfilling our tradition, from generation to generation.