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NCJW Miami Rosh Chodesh - A Monthly Spiritual Gathering for Women

Join NCJW Miami each month to celebrate, study and explore Jewish Women's issues and social justice action, led by one of our community's female clergy. Bring your lunch and we'll provide the beverages, either at a synagogue or hosted by one of our members.

No charge to attend. You do not need to be of the Jewish Faith. All are welcome.

Join us for our first Rosh Chodesh program!

Led by Rabbi Rachel Greengrass of Temple Beth Am, at the home of Andrea Askowitz and Victoria Azpurua in Coral Gables. (Address provided upon RSVP at the link provided here.)

Future Rosh Chodesh programs: Wednesday, November 7 led by Rabbi Efrat Zarren-Zohar (location TBD) Tuesday, December 11 led by Rabbi Amy Morrison at the home of Vanessa Ressler (Miami Beach) Wednesday, January 9 led by Cantor Lisa Segal at the home of Melinda Berman (Miami Beach) Monday, February 4 led by Rabbi Gayle Pomerantz at Temple Beth Sholom Tuesday, March 6 led by Rabbi Robyn Fisher (location TBD) Thursday, April 9 led by Rabbi Julie Jacobs (location TBD) Monday, May 6 led by Rabbi Judith Siegal at Temple Judea Thursday, June 13 led by Rabbi Lauren Berkun at Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center

Addresses provided upon RSVP at:

Unable to attend one month? Join us for one of the following months!

B'Shalom, NCJW Miami

Rabbi Gilad Kariv @ Temple Beth Sholom

We are honored to have Gilad Kariv, a Reform Rabbi and attorney in Israel, who serves as the Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism (IMPJ) visit Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach for the weekend of October 19-20. On Friday October 19th at 6:00 p.m. Rabbi Kariv will speak on “Religion and State in Israel- Nurturing Israel as a Democratic and Jewish Nation-Reform Judaism as part of the Solution”. He will then have a private Shabbat dinner with our Braman Fellows Cohort. The next day, Rabbi Kariv will teach at Torah Study at 9:30 and afterwards, give a D’var Torah at the Shabbat Minyan. He will then meet for lunch with our Israel Committee and talk about: “Doubling our Movement in a Decade- the Israel Reform Movement’s Success and Ongoing Challenges” The Israel Movement for Reform & Progressive Judaism (IMPJ) is the umbrella organization of all the Reform communities and institutions in Israel. For more information, please contact Mark Baranek, Director of Congregational Engagement or call 305 538-7231 Temple Beth Sholom is located at 4144 Chase Ave. Miami Beach Fl. 33140

ATJC Simchat Torah Live

Come celebrate as we sing and dance Hakafot with our Torahs. Come see the Torah scrolls unrolled! Everyone will have the opportunity to dance with a Torah Scroll. Live Klezmer music with Alan Mason Open Bar Bounce Houses Dancing Food RSVP


ATJC Great Big Family Challah Bake

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Join us for our Community Wide Great Big Family Challah Bake. Learn the art of challah baking from award winning, baker Sara Briman, October 25th at 6pm.
All families welcome. $36/Adult - $18/Child (5-12) - children under 5 free Table reservations available!


Bet Shira Congregation, an egalitarian Conservative synagogue in Pinecrest, has named Rabbi Gad Romang as its spiritual leader. Rabbi Romang began his tenure at Bet Shira at Shabbat services on Friday evening, August 3.

Rabbi Romang previously served as Senior Rabbi at Congregation Bnai Israel of Ontario Canada. He also has held pulpit and education positions in Chile, Argentina and the United States, and has been a university lecturer in Biblical Exegesis and Talmud Studies. He is a member of United Synagogues of America’s Rabbinic Assembly.

In addition to having served as a director of the Rabbinical School at the Seminario Rabinico Latinoamericano of Buenos Aires, Rabbi Romang is a former dean of the American Hebrew Academy of Greensboro, N.C.

After receiving his Rabbinic Ordination from Seminario Rabinico LatinoAmerico, Rabbi Romang earned a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies and an Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York. He also holds a degree in Comparative Religion and Eastern Studies from Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires. Born in Argentina and raised in Israel, Rabbi Romang is fluent in English, Spanish and Hebrew.

“We conducted a thorough national search and were fortunate to retain a candidate with Rabbi Romang’s experience, knowledge and personal warmth,” said Bet Shira Congregation President Linda Truppman. “We invite members of the South Dade Jewish community to join us for Friday night or Saturday morning services to meet him.”

Bet Shira Congregation is an inclusive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue embracing tradition and change. The synagogue is a spiritual home where congregants and their families can develop closer relationships with God and one another through inspiring worship, study and innovative programs for all ages. For more information, visit, or call 305-238-2601. Bet Shira is located at 7500 Southwest 120th Street in Pinecrest, Florida.

Temple Judea Holds Community Healing Service August 28

Temple Judea, one of Miami’s largest Reform synagogues, is holding its popular Healing Service, part of its Caring Community efforts, on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 7pm at Temple Judea, 5500 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables. The event is free and open to Temple Judea members and the entire community. For more information, contact Jodi Rozental at email: or call 305-667-5657 x 2114.

“We are happy to announce that Gospel Vocalist Antonia Wilson, Artistic Director of Legato Vocal Ensemble, will perform with us on August 28,” said Jodi Rozental, Temple Judea’s Cantorial Soloist. “Our diverse group is committed to the power of healing through music and a unanimous belief in supporting others through all phases of their life journeys.”

People seek out both emotional and physical healing at different times in their lives for a variety of reasons. This could be related to an illness, loss of a loved one, caregiver fatigue, major life transitions or societal fears and concerns faced daily. Organized and led by Jodi Rozental, the Healing Service includes spiritual and secular songs, prayers, and inspirational readings, all performed by a rotation of talented singers and instrumentalists from various schools and organizations in Miami. These culturally diverse performers range in age and come from New World School of the Arts, University of Miami School of Music, Miami Children’s Theatre Choir, Florida Grand Opera and Temple Judea’s Choir. Held quarterly on Tuesdays at 7pm, the next Healing Service will be November 27, 2018.

Now celebrating 70 years of Jewish Learning and Living in Coral Gables, Temple Judea is one of the largest Reform synagogues in Miami with approximately 600 member families. Temple Judea's mission is to enrich members’ ever-more complicated lives with the new insights of ancient Jewish heritage. For more information, visit

American Jewish New Year In JazzTime

Join Aaron Kula’s critically acclaimed Klezmer Company Jazz Orchestra (KCJO) for their 22nd season in this unique holiday production featuring vocalist Rabbi Julie Jacobs from Beth David Congregation.

Enjoy a rousing mix of jazzy Chazzanut melodies and congregational tunes that swing. KCJO will play familiar High Holiday tunes with a twist that evokes sounds of American blues, motown, bop, swing and inspirational solos that will touch your soul.

Free Admission, RSVP required


Tu b'Av White Party

Temple Emanu-El Invites You To:

Join us for an evening of Tu b'Av, our "St Valentine's day" at the beautiful rooftop of The Gale Hotel Address: 1690 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139

Thursday, July 26

Party Starts: 7pm Dresscode : White Party $18 Members $30 Non-memebers in advance, $40 at the door with a free drink & Kosher hors d'oeuvre buffet For more information please reach out to us: Valerie Starkman tel (305)538-2503 email

Purchase tickets in advance at our website by clicking here

AO Summer Spectacular Services

Ahavat Olam summer Shabbat services are not to be missed! A full service Kendall synagogue, embracing all Jews and interfaith families, AO Friday night summer services are different and inspiring. Ken Amira gives thought provoking sermons, the music is varied, and the onegs delicious! Best of all is the warm, heimische family you get to know. Services start at 7:45 p.m. on July 13, 20 and 27. Ahavat Olam shares the grounds of Killian Pines United Methodist Church, 10755 SW 112 Street, Miami 33176. For further information call 305 412-4240 or write Have a great summer!

Shofar Factory Honey Bee Workshop

Sunday, Aug 26, 12:00pm

Chabad of Highland Lakes, 2601 NE 211 Terrace, Miami, FL 33180

See first hand how bees make honey!

Learn all about the Shofar & how it's made!

You can even make your own Shofar to keep (Must reserve & pay in advance)! BBQ & tons of fun for the whole family! Free event. Suggested optional donation $18 for the entire family.

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