14330 Travilah Road, Rockville MD — 301-340-6818
Join us as Sharon Tash, Curriculum Specialist at Machane TBA, takes us on a journey through Jewish History! The Story of the Jews, by British historian Simon Schama, is sweeping, entertaining and informative. Schama turns his attention to a history which he holds dear and in so doing, he invites the viewer to understand the persistence and adaptability of Jewish culture. Through video and discussion, Sharon will explore with us some of the highlights of this series.
Join us out back in the Rova (backyard) at 6:45 pm with your picnic dinner to enjoy (or contact Shelly and pre-order pizza). Services with the ShabbaTones – Temple band – will begin at 7:30 pm. The TBA Board Nominating Committee report and vote for the 2016 TBA Board, as well as honoring the 2015 TBA Volunteer of the Year, will immediately precede the service. For those who wish to pre-order pizza: $10 per pizza (8 slices). Cheese, Mushroom or White. Register/pay online through chaverweb.
Friday, July 3Building Closed6::30 pm Picnic
Saturday, July 4 8:45 am Torah Study10:00 am Minyan (replaces Shabbat Morning Service)
Sunday, July 511:00 am Shofar Lessons
Monday, July 6Building Closes at 7 pm
Tuesday, July 710:30 am Live & Learn Building Closes at 7 pm
Temple Beth Ami is a caring, inclusive, Reform Jewish congregation located in Rockville, MD, united by Torah, guided by the philosophy of Reform Judaism and committed to the Jewish people. We provide the foundation and resources to our congregants to engage in life-long Jewish learning, the pursuit of spiritual growth and the promotion of social justice for all.
Temple Beth Ami 14330 Travilah Road Rockville MD, 20850 Phone: 301-340-6818
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