Beth Moshe Congregation in North Miami represents exactly what its name means (Beth) a house. Over the last 25 years, Beth Moshe has emerged as a synagogue with all the qualities of a home. Each member is part of an extended family, filled with a warm sense of belonging which nourishes the need to feel connected – physically, spiritually and emotionally. All ages blend to plan and attend events, its school, Jewish programs, Torah classes, Shabbat dinners and many diverse programs which are the foundation that brings the community together. MORE
Pray for Israel
In light of what is occurring in the Middle East at this present moment, we are asking everyone to pray for the well being of both our brothers and sisters in Israel and those who are innocent victims in the region due to the horrendous activities of their leaders. We are asking for all to read the following prayer that was chosen to facilitate this request:
A Prayer for Times of Conflict
May the Everlasting who blessed our ancestors Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel and Leah bless all the soldiers of the Israeli Defense Forces and all those who are protecting our people. May the Source of Blessing protect them and free them from all trouble and anxiety, and may all they do be blessed. May God send safety and redemption to all our soldiers in captivity.
May the Eternal have mercy on them and bring them from darkness to light and from enslavement to salvation, give them strength and save them. May the Eternal listen to all the prayers of our people.
Merciful God, may Your compassion be with us, and remember Your covenant with Abraham. May you spread the covering of Your peace over the descendants of Ishmael, son of Hagar, and over the descendants of Isaac, son of Sarah, and may it be fulfilled that “they shall beat their swords into plow shares and their spears into pruninghooks. Nation shall not lift up sword against nation neither shall they learn war any more; but, each shall sit under their vines and their fig trees and none shall make them afraid.”
And let us say: Amen
Rabbi Yehoram Mazor
Av Beit Ha’Din of MARAM – ISRAEL
Share the High Holidays with your
Beth Moshe Family
The High Holidays are a time for reflection, renewal, and new beginnings. Our High Holiday services, held annually at Beth Moshe, are a time for us to gather as a community and also welcome new members and families for the new year.
We celebrate the High Holidays in ways consistent with our humanistic philosophy and our Jewish cultural heritage. We offer creative, meaningful services that are relevant to our lives and thought. We find special meaning in these high holidays and enjoy sharing this important time with family, friends and community.
High Holiday Seat Reservations will be available on July 1, 2015.
Everyone must submit a completed High Holiday Seat Reservation Form.
Membership dues must be paid in full before member seats can be reserved.
Click here to download High Holiday Seat Reservation Form:
Announcements and Upcoming Events
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The place to be this summer is Camp Maryann at Beth Moshe!
Early Childhood Learning Center Registration for 2015-2016 is open