Beth Am Temple is hosting a Community Open House, “Everything You Wanted to Know About Judaism, But Didn’t Have the Opportunity to Ask” on Sunday, March 4 at 4:30 pm.
The forum is open to everyone in the local community and throughout Rockland County and Bergen County, NJ. It is an opportunity to ask questions about Judaism. Rabbi Daniel Pernick, who has served Beth Am Temple as Rabbi since 1985, will lead the program.
Rabbi Pernick says, “Our name Beth Am means “House of the People” and we want to fulfill that by bringing people together. We live in an age when understanding others is more important than ever and this program will give our non-Jewish neighbors and community members the chance to ask whatever questions they want with the hope that it will lead to better understanding and a more accepting environment.”
The informal program is free and will be held in the Temple Sanctuary. Refreshments will be provided. An RSVP is encouraged for planning purposes. Please respond by calling (845) 735-5858, ext. 101 or emailing BethAmTempleInPearlRiver@gmail.com.
Beth Am Temple is a reform temple, which embraces tradition and draws its congregation from throughout Rockland County and northern Bergen County, NJ. It is located at 60 East Madison Ave in Pearl River, NY. Its website is www.bethamtemple.org.