180 Lincoln Ave, Elberon, NJ  732-222-3754
March 31,  2017
We continue our early service series with a service especially created for young families.  Join us on April 21 at 6:30 for a Simchat Shabbat combined with our Visual Tefillah!  The service is filled with music and joy and is guaranteed to go no more than one hour which opens up the whole evening to you and the family.  Everyone is welcome to attend and we encourage you to bring friends who are looking for a Shabbat experience tailored especially for them.
...our Family Program for young children

Saturday, April 15
10 AM - 11:30

Join us for Passover Together, our program for young children.  We will celebrate the Feast of Liberation (Pesach) in a friendly and warm way.  Bring your young children for music, dance, food, and a special passover arts and crafts project that you can use for next year's Seder. 

Everyone is most welcome.
Mazal Tov Jolie!

Jolie Sienna Harkavy will become a Bat Mitzvah on April 1 at 5 PM.  Jolie lives in West Long Branch with her parents and younger sister Aria and is a 7th grader at Frank Antonides Middle School. She is a member of the National Junior Honor Society as well as the AT (Academically Talented) Program.  Jolie keeps very busy after school as well; she plays for the Field Hockey and Lacrosse teams and is on the Cheerleading Squad.  Jolie is also passionate about performing arts.  She loves to sing, dance, act and play the piano despite not having taken any lessons. She has participated in numerous productions including the Shore Regional High School production of Annie when she was in 5th grade.  For Jolie’s Kishrei Halev project, she will be working with the Mya Lynn Terry Foundation.  The foundation helps families battling pediatric cancer in many ways that range from helping to procure needed medications that are not covered by insurance to simply bringing smiles on family’s faces.  Jolie has worked on projects with the Foundation for several years and is honored to have recently been named a Junior Board Member.

Sisterhood Gift Gallery News
TBM Sisterhood Gift Gallery will be open selling Passover items! Sunday, April 2nd from 8:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m & also before & after the Sisterhood Passover Seder (3:30- 4 p.m. , 7-7:30 p.m. Stop by !

Breakfast with the Rabbi

Ageless Wisdom: Lifetime Lessons from the Bible
April 23, 9:30 AM

You are invited to Breakfast with the Rabbi on April 23 at 9:30 AM.  We will welcome Rabbi Brooks Susman and Dr. Chris Bellitto as they inspire us with ‘Ageless Wisdom: Lifetime Lessons from the Bible.”

What lessons might we learn about wisdom and growing older from the Bible? Is it true that wisdom comes with age or can we learn about wisdom from young people, too? Join us as we draw lessons from famous (and not so famous) Biblical stories to learn how to gather wisdom and appreciate her gifts of blessings and burdens, patience and laughter, and reaping and sowing. Join us as Christopher Bellitto of Kean University talks about his new book in a discussion led by Rabbi Brooks Susman.

There is no charge and all are welcome.
Fabulous Cultural Programs at the Axelrod!
Free Tickets Available on First Come- First Served Basis!
Family Incentives Available
The Axelrod Theatre at the JCC on Grant Avenue in Oakhurst is having some wonderful programs and Beth Miriam is invited to attend!  Rabbi Stanway will be offering 10 free tickets to synagogue members for each of these events (excluding Film Festival) – with a limit 2 per family.