All are welcome to attend so bring your friends and family to share lovely kosher dinner and celebrate the second night of Passover with us. This year's seder, led by Rabbi Novitsky will be a fully catered, elegant event featuring brisket of beef, a traditional passover dinner.
For your convenience, copies of the attached RSVP form are printed at the synagogue for anyone who needs them but you can download the forms at the end of this event update.
Please RSVP by Sunday, March 3, 2023
Payment due by Thursday March 30 2023
Let us know how many people will be attending and about any dietary restrictions by the RSVP date. Unfortunately, we will not be able to guarantee any specific accommodations for requests received after March 3rd or the night of the even
Please reply to this email or call the office at 215 673-2511 if you have any questions or want additional information.
Temple Beth Ami’s next Shabbat Service will be this Saturday, March 18th, at 9:30 AM.
Face masks are strongly encouraged but not required. We appreciate your continued support and understanding during these strange and unusual times and look forward to seeing everyone who can attend this Saturday.
Please let us know by calling the office at 215 673-2511 if you will be attending.
Temple Beth Ami’s Officers & Board of Directors
Shabbat, Torah Reading: Tzav
Friday, March 31, 2023
Nissan 9, 5783
Light Candles at 7:05 PM
Saturday, April 1, 2023
Nissan 10, 5783
Shabbat Ends 8:05 PM
Readings for Tzav
Nissan 10, 5783 April 1, 2023 Torah Reading: Tzav: Leviticus 6:1 - 8:36
Haftarah: Jeremiah 7:21-28; Jeremiah 9:22-23
Please contact the office at 215 673-2511 or by email form by clicking here and going to our Minyan Sign Up Page.
Thank You with any questions and/or for additional information
Monday morning: 7:30 am with Breakfast to follow
Monday evening: 8:00 pm
Thursday morning: 7:30 am with Breakfast to follow
Thursday evening: 8:00 pm
Friday evening: 8:00 pm with Oneg Shabbat
Saturday morning: 9:00 am with Kiddush
Sunday morning: 9:00 am with Breakfast to follow
Complimentary coffee, tea, soda and cake are served after the service on Friday and there is a Kiddush with cake, juice and wine after Saturday Shabbat service. On Monday, Thursday and Sunday morning, for those who would like to stay, we have breakfast after the morning Minyan for a $3.00 donation.