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tba build21Temple Beth Am is a warm and vibrant Reform Jewish community located in Framingham, MA, comprised of members from the greater Metro West area. Founded in 1956 and affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, members and visitors find a relaxed and informal atmosphere in which people of all ages, backgrounds and orientations come to worship, learn, enjoy music, explore Judaism, and find new friends. 


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A Message from Rabbi Sharon Sobel

Rabbi Sharon Sobel    

Welcome.  We look forward to seeing you at Temple Beth Am! We are an open and inclusive congregation and hope you will find our worship services, educational, programmatic and other events inspiring, meaningful, warm, accepting and friendly.


Every day at Temple Beth Am is rich with possibility, surprise, and the enchantment that comes from opening this great gift we call Judaism. This congregation has always striven to be a family of support and strength in times of need, of challenge and of inspiration as we seek the courage to make a difference in the world. We are a community of sacred moments—a community of Jews, a community of history—and always, a community of commitment. At this interesting time in the life of our country and the world in general, we are the bearers of a magnificent legacy. We hope that you will choose to join us on our journey!


A Message from The President of Temple Beth Am- Howard Schwartz

1c95b4fAs President of Temple Beth Am I  welcome you.  I have been a lifelong member of Temple Beth Am celebrating numerous simchas such as my Bar Mitzvah, wedding, my wife becoming an adult B’nei Mitzvah and my children becoming a Bar and Bat Mitzvah.  Temple Beth Am has become a very integral part of my life and now, as President, it is my time to give back to the community that I love.

We are a community of over 300 families that not only envelop the traditional values of Judaism but are progressive in our thinking and teaching.  Our youth are important to us for they are the future of Judaism.  We believe in engaging our youth through Tfilah (prayer), participation and Tikkun O’Lam (repairing the world). 

We offer weekly Shabbat services, adult education, social events and so much more.  We have a full calendar of happenings and are always interested in hearing your ideas for new programs and events.  Our wonderful volunteers bring energy and dedication to all that they do and we are very grateful to have them.

It is my hope that you will come join us at Temple Beth Am.  Once you walk through the doors you will see the warm and welcoming community that is Temple Beth Am and why it is so special to me and all its members. 

Upcoming Events

24Nov
24Nov
25Nov
11.25.2017 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Weekly Torah Study
26Nov
26Nov
11.26.2017 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Camp Pembroke Reunion
26Nov
11.26.2017 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Wasserman family funeral intake
27Nov
11.27.2017 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
B'nai Mitzvah Tutoring
27Nov
11.27.2017 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Mon Night School classes Gr. 8-10
29Nov
11.29.2017 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
JFS Healthy Aging Exercise Class
29Nov
11.29.2017 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wed Religious School classes
30Nov
11.30.2017
1Dec
30Nov
11.30.2017 7:15 pm - 9:15 pm
Brotherhood Bd Mtg
1Dec
12.01.2017 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Camp Shabbat dinner
1Dec
12.01.2017 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Camp Shabbat Service led by Gr 4 & Jr Choir