14330 Travilah Road, Rockville MD — 301-340-6818
You won’t want to miss this popular monthly Monday morning dose of Broadway with guest lecturer, Steve Friedman. Topic: : Broadway Musicals Inspired by the Silver Screen. All are Welcome!
We are thrilled to welcome (back) Jazz clarinetist and Klezmer musician, Seth Kibel, for a musical morning on “Classical Gershwin.” From the beginning of his career until his untimely death at age 38, George Gershwin had musical aspirations beyond the Great White Way. While his 1924 “Rhapsody in Blue” remains a concert-hall staple to this day and stands as one of the crowning achievements of 20th century American music, we will be exploring several of his lesser-known works for symphony orchestra. All are welcome.
In honor of Rabbi Pokras’ first Shabbat at Beth Ami, we’re trying something new! We’ve invited a few food trucks to park themselves in our parking lot and we invite YOU to come enjoy some of their delicious offerings for dinner (and dessert!). Trucks will be open for business at 6 pm; Picnic Shabbat Services with The ShabbaTones – Temple Band – begin at 7:30 pm. Don’t forget your beach blanket or beach chairs to camp out in the Rova (backyard). See Up to the Minute and flyer for more information, including the food trucks and their menus.
Tuesday, June 21Building Closes at 7 pmWednesday, June 226:30 pm Choir Rehearsal
Thursday, June 239:30 am Joey's Playgroup
Friday, June 247:30 pm Erev Shabbat Service
Saturday, June 258:45 am Torah Study10:30 am Shabbat Service
Sunday, June 2610:00 am WTBA Yoga10:30 am Minyan
Monday, June 27Building Closes at 7 pm
Tuesday, June 28Building Closes at 7 pm
Wednesday, June 291:30 pm Librarians
Thursday, June 309:30 am TBANS Joey's Playgroup5:30 pm Kayitz Night Out7:00 pm Treasurer Orientation
Friday, July 16:00 pm Food Truck Shabbat
Saturday, July 28:45 am Torah Study10:00 an SHabbat Minyan
Sunday, July 310:30 am Minyan
Monday, July 4Building Closed
Tuesday, July 510:30 am Live and Learn Planning MeetingBuilding 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.
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