Temple Beth Am, celebrating 60 years of conservative Judaism in the south shore
871 N Main St, Randolph, MA 02368 • 781-963-0440 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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Welcome to Temple Beth Am
The members of Temple Beth Am community come from diverse backgrounds, age groups, levels of observance and even localities. We welcome singles and families, interfaith families, young, and old; we are committed to making each member, regardless of age, marital status or religious background, feel that he or she is an important part of our extended family.
We place a special focus on children, offering low tuition to make sure every child has an opportunity to receive an excellent Jewish education. At the same time, we have a large contingent of seniors who consider TBA their home away from home, coming here for friendship, entertainment and regular hot lunches. At every stage of life, our members can find exciting programs geared to their interests and needs. Our members come from many towns beyond Randolph, including Sharon, Canton, Brockton, Easton, Milton, Bridgewater, Stoughton, Holbrook, Hull, Weymouth, Abington, and many more. We attract people from far and wide because we are a community that is built on a unifying love for our Synagogue, Judaism, and our fellow Jews.
Marc Silver - President
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Temple Beth Am is located on Route 28, easily accessible via exit 5A off Routes 93 and 128. Public buses stop within feet of our front door.
Please visit and find out what a warm and spiritual “home” we have to offer! Please call or email me if you have any questions. I am happy to speak with you about our wonderful shul.