B'er Chayim Temple

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B'er Chayim Temple
B'er Chayim Temple is listed in the Synagogues category in Cumberland, Maryland. Displayed below is the only current social network for B'er Chayim Temple which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of B'er Chayim Temple on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for B'er Chayim Temple is:
107 W Union St
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 722-5688

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B'er Chayim Temple has an overall ZapScore of 71. This means that B'er Chayim Temple has a higher ZapScore than 71% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Cumberland, Maryland is 37 and in the Synagogues category is 50. Learn more about ZapScore.

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 A memorial service and reception is being held for family and friends Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 1:00 pm at B'er Chayim Congregation.  Please join us as we remember Roseann.

Once again we have the opportunity to take a break from the clamor of our daily lives and embrace Shabbat in all of its beauty and spiritual richness.
Please note: In order to preserve a secure worship venue, the side door entrance will be locked 15 mins into the service; i.e. at 7:45 pm on Friday evening and 10:15 on Saturday morning. Door will be monitored and opened if you happen to arrive later.

Chag Sameach and Shabbat Shalom. May this be a time of joy, of reflection, and of the very real sense that we have the sacred opportunity and obligation……..to begin again!
Please note: In order to preserve a secure worship venue, the side door entrance will be locked 15 mins into the service; i.e. at 7:45 pm on Friday evening and 10:15 on Saturday morning. Door will be monitored and opened if you happen to arrive later.

We Jews wandered in the desert according to our sacred texts for 40 years and it was during this time that God commanded us to build the Sukkah and to live in it during the seven/eight day holiday. God wanted us to have protection from the elements but still be close and connected to the beautiful earth that God had created for us. The Sukkah reminds us, as this week showed us, that life is fragile.
Please note: In order to preserve a secure worship venue, the side door entrance will be locked 15 mins into the service; i.e. at 7:45 pm on Friday evening and 10:15 on Saturday morning. Door will be monitored and opened if you happen to arrive later.

Shabbat Shalom, an easy fast, and may this be a sweet new year for you and yours in the year ahead. I look forward to seeing everyone in the synagogue on Friday night and Saturday. Shanah Tovah U’M’tukah. (A sweet new year) Rabbi Perman
Please note: In order to preserve a secure worship venue, the side door entrance will be locked 15 mins into the service; i.e. at 7:45 pm on Friday evening and 10:15 on Saturday morning. Door will be monitored and opened if you happen to arrive later.