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Yom Kippur Appeal Speech – 2017

10/02/2017 09:39:03 AM

Oct2

Ken Usen

 

Shanah Tovah

 

As president of the congregation, I would like to welcome everyone, our members, relatives and guests to our Yom Kippur morning service. I would like once again to thank everyone who has made these High Holiday services possible. So this is the point in the service where I will try to take your mind off of food for a few minutes and I can do that by...Read more...

Rosh Hashanah Morning Speech 2017

09/26/2017 11:19:16 AM

Sep26

 

Shanah Tovah!

As our new year begins, it is my pleasure once again to welcome our Temple members, their families, their friends and all of our guests to this wonderful Rosh Hashanah morning service. I would like to extend my thanks to our clergy and to all of the volunteers and participants who willingly gave of their time to make this service possible. I would also like to thank...Read more...

Temple Beth Am Safety and Security bulletin

11/15/2016 11:34:03 AM

Nov15

Dear Congregants:

 

I am sure that you are aware of the recent increase in threats to Jewish institutions; acts of vandalism, anti-Semitic graffiti and other acts of hate targeting the Jewish community. While there have been no threats or incidents at our synagogue, I want to assure you that the leadership of Temple Beth Am is committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment for our congregants, guests and...Read more...

Yom Kippur Appeal 2016

10/25/2016 09:58:35 AM

Oct25

Shana Tova

 

As the new president of Temple Beth Am, it is truly an honor for me to be speaking to our Temple members, their families, their friends as well as all of our guests on this the holiest day of the year.  My name is Ken Usen and I would like to introduce myself to you by telling you a little about me.

I grew up in South Florida and my family attended a Conservative synagogue there. From my first...Read more...

Mon, October 23 2017 3 Cheshvan 5778