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.

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107 W Union St
Cumberland, MD 21502
(301) 722-5688

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I'm proud that our congregation is not just resting on the laurels of its incredible history but is moving forward in terms of attracting new members to the congregation. Our congregation consists of caring, compassionate, committed Jews as well as interfaith families where the non Jewish partner is often very active and involved. This Wednesday night, for example, our adult ed program will be in response to several requests for a greater understanding and explanation of the liturgy. I will therefore be explaining the prayers, the choreography and melodies associated with them and teaching everyone the Hebrew so that they can more fully participate at services. I am anticipating a nice gathering from across the spectrum of the congregation and hope you will be there as well. This past Friday night we had a service of healing and peace and many in the community who found out about this service after the fact said they would most certainly be at the next one. For more information about our classes and programs, if you would like to chat, or to set an appointment, please email me at: mperman@berchayim.org Shalom u'vracha Peace and Blessings. Rabbi Perman

At this Shabbat service, we will come together as a community to raise our voices to God & pray that we may find an end to the cycle of violence. While God gives us free will, it is my belief that God wishes us to use our free will for betterment of our society and for the healing of our planet. The greater we are in numbers, the more powerfully our voices will resonate in the heavens above & on the earth below.
At this Shabbat service, we will come together as a community to raise our voices to God & pray that we may find an end to the cycle of violence. While God gives us free will, it is my belief that God wishes us to use our free will for betterment of our society and for the healing of our planet. The...

I’m looking forward to services on Friday night as we begin to fully embrace the summer season & experience a sense of relief knowing that we have once again, made it through the year (Sept-June). Children are off from school and if you would like an opportunity to have your summer plans blessed, please come to the synagogue a bit early on Friday so we can plan an appropriate blessing for you and/or your family.
With all that is happening in the world, a few prayers to send you on your way at this juncture in our history simply cannot hurt.

This Shabbat we will explore together a book called: "A Prayer To Our Father" in which a Jewish scholar and a Christian minister travel together to Israel to discover the Jewish underpinnings of The Lord's Prayer. They find that we have more in common than anyone ever thought and that prayer, when translated from the original Hebrew, is essentially a Jewish prayer.
This Shabbat we will explore together a book called: "A Prayer To Our Father" in which a Jewish scholar and a Christian minister travel together to Israel to discover the Jewish underpinnings of The Lord's Prayer. They find that we have more in common than anyone ever thought and that prayer, when t...

Shavuot, the feast of weeks, is celebrated seven weeks after the second Passover seder. Although Shavuot began as an ancient grain harvest festival, the holiday has been identified since biblical times with the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. Traditionally dairy foods such as cheesecakes and blintzes are served. Please join us at our Shavuot service on Tuesday evening, May 30th at 7pm.
With the horrible attacks in Manchester, England, we are reminded once again of the threat of extremism and a mentality that simply puts the worship of death over the value of life itself. We are commanded to sanctify life above all else. Our values are rooted in the ethical teachings of Torah and ...