Congregation Beth Adam

SOUTH FLORIDA CENTER FOR HUMANISTIC JUDAISM


JOIN CBA FOR OUR NEXT SHABBAT CELEBRATION WITH GUEST SPEAKER IRIS SANDBERG  


Celebrate Shabbat. Join with family and friends as we enjoy meaningful liturgy, and songs. We strive to create an inclusive, nurturing environment for all. 


                                             Guest Speaker: Iris Sandberg, Membership Vice President, Hadassah FL 

                                                        Atlantic

                                             Topic: Cutting Edge Medicine, Hadassah Medical Organization: 

                                                Research & Development Impacting People Around the World

                                             When: Friday, January 19th @ 7 PM

                                             Where: South County Civic Center

                                                         16700 Jog Rd, Delray Beach

                                             Bring: a dessert to share and food donation for Boca Helping Hands


EVERYONE WELCOME!

For further information:  RSVP: info@bethadam.com, (561) 443-1769


CHILDREN'S EDUCATION PROGRAM: SUNDAY SCHOOL 


When: Sunday January 7 & 21, 2018 

Class: 10:00 AM- 12 noon  Your first class is Free

Location: Olympic Heights Community High School 

               20101 Lyons Rd, Boca Raton



RSVP: info@bethadam.com, (561) 443-1769


  • Membership is less than 1/10 of the cost of other congregations with NO building fees!
  • A wonderful Sunday School Program, located at Olympic Heights Community High School, with classes on only two Sundays per month from 10AM-Noon!
  • Free Trial available for Sunday School (NO COMMITMENT REQUIRED!)
  • Bar and Bat Mitzvahs
  • Post Mitzvah Youth Group Program Confirmation
  • Members from Boca, Delray, Parkland and Boynton Beach

Humanistic  Judaism  was  established  in  1963  to  provide  a  humanistic  alternative  to  Jewish  Life.  The Society  of  Humanistic  Judaism  (SHJ)  was  founded  in  1969.  Jewish  communities  throughout  the   United  States  and  Canada  are  affiliated  with  the  SHJ.  The International  Federation  of  Secular Humanistic  Jews  was  established  in  1986.  In  a  little  more  than  30  years,  Humanistic  Judaism  has  spread  to  every  continent.