Let’s all go to “The Lobby”


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We know that one of the best parts of the High Holy Day experience is seeing friends, family and community members. The connection to our congregation is built not just through worship, but through the schmoozing that happens in the lobby before and after services.

This year, we are reimagining the lobby experience!


The Lobby: Temple Beth Am’s Community Connection is your opportunity to feel the sense of togetherness that characterizes this season as we engage in intimate virtual gatherings with one another. The Lobby Co-Chairs: Shari Debowsky and Edith Osman


Yom Kippur Keynote Session
Monday, September 28th, 12:30 pm
Strength, Comfort and Resilience: Changing Needs of Leadership in Today’s Reality

We welcome University of Miami President Dr. Julio Frenk in conversation with Royal Caribbean CEO Richard Fain, both Temple Beth Am congregants and leaders in our community, in a fascinating conversation about the impact of COVID-19 on their respective fields of higher education and hospitality.

Click here to read more about our Keynote Presenters


Yom Kippur Day Zoom Offerings
Monday, September 28th (immediately following keynote session)

Register for any of the sessions listed below
[All individual sessions and the keynote session will be offered through Zoom]
Questions? Contact Andrea LeVine, [email protected]


• Healing Circle Service with Rabbi Jaime Aklepi and Cantorial Soloist Jackie Berney

• Can a Whole Nation Repent Together? with Rabbi Jeremy Barras

• Melodies of Consolation and Return with Cantor Rachelle Nelson

• Yom Kippur Study with Rabbi Rachel Greengrass
The Book of Jonah as a social justice commentary

• Judaism and Christianity: A History of Distrust and Modern Accommodation with Rabbi Haskell Bernat

• Yin Yoga with Sheila Quint
Yin Yoga is designed to open the tissues in areas of the body that are compressed through daily activities. The practice-target areas include spine, hips, neck and shoulders. Our class includes 6–10 poses, which are each held for 3–5 minutes. Congregants participating in this session will improve their experience by having a few props: yoga mat, large towel or blanket, yoga block or book, and an optional large pillow.


REGISTER ONLINE FOR YOM KIPPUR SESSIONS

Never Used Zoom Before?
We've created a special Beth Am Zoom Help Desk

In addition to creating a special Zoom Tech Support page for Zoom beginners, we're hosting a series of "test workshops" to help you get online and use Zoom before Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. Read more


REMEMBER TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP!  •  If you have not yet renewed your membership for 2020–21, please do so at your earliest convenience. Click here for Online Membership Renewal