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"Bagels Over Berlin" Film Screening

"Bagels Over Berlin" is a new documentary film that honors the Jewish veterans of the United States Army Air Corps during World War II, as told by the men who volunteered for this dangerous duty. Film's Director, Alan Feinberg will introduce the program. Special surprise guest will be in attendance. Screening will take place on Tuesday, November 13th at 7:00 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom 4144 Chase Ave. Miami Beach Fl. 33140

Please contact Mark Baranek at: Mark@tbsmb.org or call 305 538-7231

April 3rd at 7:00 p.m."Heading Home" Miami Debut Film Screening

Temple Beth Sholom Brotherhood invites you to a stirring story of sports, patriotism and personal growth. HEADING HOME charts the underdog journey of Israel’s national baseball team competing for the first time in the World Baseball Classic.

After years of defeat, Team Israel finally ranks among the world’s best in 2017,eligible to play in the prestigious international tournament. Their line-up included several Jewish American Major League players – Ike Davis, Josh Zeid and ex Braves catcher Ryan Lavarnway – most with a tenuous relationship to Judaism, and never having set foot in Israel.

Their odyssey takes them from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem where they are greeted as heroes, to Seoul where they must debunk their has-been, wannabe reputations. As their “Mensch on a Bench” mascot tags along, the team does much soul-searching, discovering the pride of representing Israel on the world stage.

Special thanks to the Stowe family for generously underwriting this film-screening

$10 per person

Please contact Mark Baranek, Director of Congregational Engagement at 305 538-7231 or write: Mark@tbsmb.org

Etgar Keret Scholar in Residence

Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach is honored to have Israeli author Etgar Keret as Scholar in Residence from February 23 -25. Internationally-acclaimed for his short stories, Etgar Keret is hailed as the voice of young Israel. In 2016 Keret was awarded the Charles Bronfman Prize, recognizing his work as inspiring Jewish values and having global impact. The weekend is being generously underwritten by the Blaustein Family Fund.

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For more information, please contact Mark Baranek, Director of Congregational Engagement at: Mark@tbsmb.org or call 305 538-7231

Etgar Keret Scholar in Residence

Temple Beth Sholom is honored to have Israeli author Etgar Keret as Scholar in Residence from February 23 -25 Internationally acclaimed for his short stories, Etgar Keret is hailed as the voice of young Israel. In 2016 Keret was awarded The Charles Bronfman Prize, recognizing his work as inspiring Jewish values and having global impact.The weekend is being underwritten by the Blaustein Family Fund.

For more information, please contact Mark Baranek, Director of Congregational Engagement at: Mark@tbsmb.org or call 305 538-7231

Keep the Change Film Screening

As part of JDAIM Month, Temple Beth Sholom and its Inclusion Committee will present the award-winning film "Keep the Change" on Tuesday, Feb 6 at 7:00 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom is located at 4144 Chase Ave. Miami Beach 33140. There is no cost for this event and it is open to the community. For more information, please contact Mark Baranek, Director of Congregational Engagement at: Mark@tbsmb.org or call 305 538-7231

Second Seder at Temple Beth Sholom

Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach is holding a family-friendly Second Seder on Saturday April 4 at 6:00 p.m.

Please click on link for more information and reservations. http://tbsmb.org/index.php/worship/holidays/2nd-night-passover-seder

Please call Mark Baranek at 305 538-7231 with any questions.

Israel Election Update @ Temple Beth Sholom

Wednesday, February 25 5:30 p.m. @Temple Beth Sholom

Much has transpired since the March 17 elections were announced Learn about the current issues, polling trends, impact of upcoming events in Washington D.C. and much more.

Join us for an enlightening discussion on these crucial times in Israel

Please call Mark at 305 538-7231 or email Mark@tbsmb.org with any questions.

Temple Beth Sholom - 92Y Live Webcast

Temple Beth Sholom in Partnership with 92Y Presents A Special 92Y Live Webcast Through generous support of individuals and organizations, including the John Templeton Foundation

Tuesday, March 3rd at 8:15pm,

Cardinal Dolan and Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein: The Genius of Religion.

What is the genius of religion and faith? Can religion claim itself as the source of morality and moral behavior? The Archbishop of New York is joined by Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein, 92nd Street Y’s director of Jewish community and the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life, to explore the moral aspects and traits of the genius of religion, such as generosity, curiosity and duty. They’ll look at how individuals such as Mother Teresa, Elie Wiesel, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Gandhi have inspired and harnessed the power of communities for good, and explore how the great partnerships between faiths can heal our world.

Please contact Mark Baranek, Director of Congregational Engagement at: Mark @tbmsb.org or call 305 538-7231 with any questions