For all upcoming events please view the complete Temple Beth Am calendar.
Our quarterly congregational meeting will be held on Thursday, March 2 at 8:00 PM in the Social Hall. NOTE NEW DATE.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the regular business of the congregation. In addition, there will be a presentation by the search committee that selected Rabbi Michael Baum to be the next Rabbi, a review of the significant aspects of the contract, and a vote by the congregation to approve his selection as Rabbi.
All congregants may attend. All congregants who are in good financial standing are eligible to vote.
A copy of the proposed contract is available for any congregant to review in the Temple office during its normal business hours.
South Shore Bikur Cholim
Receive a $5.00 gift card mailed to your home
Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017
9:00 am – 1:30 pm
Congregation Ohav Sholom
145 Merrick Ave. Merrick
A gift card for all presenting donors will be mailed to your home.
For questions concerning medical eligibility call 1-800-688-0900.
Contact : Gladys Kruh, 516-378-0263, email@example.com
Dear Beth Am family,
Did you know that there are over 283,000 people on Long Island who are hungry and utilize the services of Island Harvest?
Did you know that 110,000 children on Long Island know hunger first hand – enough to fill Citi Field… more than TWICE!
That means that 1 in every 10 Long Islanders knows hunger first hand.
Island Harvest is the bridge between those who have a surplus of food and those who are in desperate need of it.
As I did last year, I am running a HIGH HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE from now to Sukkot to collect food to meet this growing crisis.
The items most in demand are: peanut butter, canned tuna, canned soup, bags of dried beans, canned beans, canned vegetables, cereal, canned fruit, rice, dried pasta, and oatmeal.
There will be collection boxes by the entrance doors upstairs; Island Harvest will pick up the food at the end of Sukkot, on .
Please do not bring food donations to Yom Kippur services.
On behalf of Island Harvest, I thank you for all your help and wish you and your families a Shanah Tovah U’Metukah - A Sweet & Happy New Year.
Rabbi Mickey Baum