Yom Shabbat, 8 Nisan 5775
  •  Got Chametz? Got Matzah? Bring Chametz – food that is not eaten on Passover – OR bring Passover-appropriate food for the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s Mitzvah Food Project. Collection begins now through Thursday, April 12 ! Some examples of appropriate food include: pasta, cereal, canned goods AND/OR Matzah and Passover products (canned goods, Passover cereal). All donated food must have current expiration dates, be unused, and have an unbroken seal.  Drop your donations at Beth Am near the Administration office – adjacent to the rear parking lot.

  •  Saturday, March 28 at 6:30 p.m., "The Gift of Time," a Jewish Hospice Awareness Experience. The program features Rabbi Tsurah August, Hospice Chaplain for the Jewish Hospice Network of JFCS, sharing the spiritual and emotional gifts of hospice experience; Rhona Perkins, R.N., our congregant Dr. Doris Ferleger and our clergy. Dinner will be served at no charge (reservations a must: contact Marilyn Webster for more information). See page 6 in March Temple Topics for more details.

  • The Harry z"l and Evelyn Silver Scholar-in-Residence Weekend is April 24-25 featuring Nigel Savage, President and Founder of Hazon (working to create a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community, and world for us all) and ends with a concert by Rick Recht at 7:00 p.m. Details in Temple Topics including reservation form for Shabbat dinner and concert.

  • Make the voice for Reform Judaism heard in the 2015 World Zionist Organization elections. Visit the following link https://www.reformjews4israel.org/about-us/  to join ARZA (American Reform Zionists Association) then vote between January 15 and April 30, 2015.

  • Pizza & Beer Night! Join us on Saturday, May 2 at 7:00 p.m. for a fun evening tasting local craft beers, all-you-can-eat Pitrucco Brick Oven Pizza, a trivia contest, raffle and a DJ!  Early bird March Madness Special $27 per person or $250 for a table of 10. 

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