Apart but together. Separated but connected.
Celebrating the Holidays at Home
Shanah Tovah! Happy New Year! Here we are again – another trip around the sun. It’s hard to believe that we’re still contending with the significant challenges of COVID-19. What’s not hard to believe, though, is that Temple Menorah has continued to be a place of spiritual comfort for our community, despite—and in light—of everything.
Temple Menorah has adapted to meet today’s complicated demands, expanding our physical presence into the virtual realm in order to maintain not only our invaluable sense of community but a necessary sense of normalcy.
As Jews, we have a knack for adapting. When we could no longer meet in person, we made minyans over Zoom. We held virtual learning sessions. We celebrated Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. And we remembered, with Yizkor, our loved ones who are no longer with us. We did all of this online, still occasionally meeting in person for socially-distanced services.
We are so proud of our community. We are so proud to be the home—in-person and virtual—for Jews of Miami Beach. We want to continue being that home. And to do so, we need your help.
Please support Temple Menorah through our Yom Kippur Appeal. Along with Membership Dues and High Holidays seats, the Yom Kippur Appeal represents over 75% of our operating budget. To sacrifice this funding would fatally harm Temple Menorah.
High Holidays Service Stream
Select a Video:
- Live Stream
- Rabbi's Message
- High Holiday Cantor
- President's Message
But to keep adapting,
We Need Your Help
To ensure that Temple Menorah can continue to be a part of your life—virtually and personally—we ask that you renew—and increase if you can—your annual High Holidays pledge. This is the hardest appeal that Temple Menorah has ever made to its members—and arguably the most important.
It is at times like this, when gathering is so hard, that we must come together as a family to financially support our special Temple Menorah.
Your donations are critical for us to do the important work of inspiring, uplifting, and bringing together our beloved Menorah Family, even when we are physically apart. Now more than ever it is incumbent on you to stand with us.
Our Rabbi, staff, and community are relying on your commitment to continue serving your spiritual and communal needs during these difficult times.
If you have never given before—now is the time. For those who have given to Temple Menorah in years past–please continue to give or even more so.
We appreciate and cherish every single gift, as it represents your commitment to do more and better for our Temple Menorah. Todah rabah. Thank you.
The Yom Kippur Appeal, along with Membership Dues and High Holidays Seats, represent over 75% of our operating budget. To sacrifice this funding would fatally harm our Temple’s ability to function.
Please support Temple Menorah.