Sunday, December 28, 2014 Tevet 6, 5775

Main Line Reform Temple

410 Montgomery Avenue
Wynnewood, PA 19096
610-649-7800

Our Congregants comprise an eclectic, diverse and welcoming community, united by our common goals, extraordinary vision and unwavering faith. Our programs are designed to meet the diverse spiritual, religious, educational, and social needs of all of our members. We encourage you to find your place with us!Our members come from all walks of life and from many different religious backgrounds and ethnicities.  Coming from all ages and backgrounds - as singles and marrieds, with or without children, as blended families, as interfaith families, as LGBTQ, and as people with special needs.

Through the study of sacred texts, stories and experiences of our people, we seek to transmit the values, ideas and dreams of our traditions to enable our members to make responsible religious and ethical choices.  In the spirit of Liberal Judaism, Main Line Reform Temple Beth Elohim is committed to a participatory, egalitarian and democratic process, both in ritual practice and governance. We offer programs that involve people of different ages and interests that allow them to develop and practice Judaism through worship, education, service to others and social activities.   

More Events From Main Line Reform Temple

Mon. Jan 5
7:30 PM-9:00 PM
This three-part course will explore the rise of Reform Judaism in Germany in the 19th century and its evolution to the present day in North America.  We will focus on the sociological co
Fri. Jan 9
6:00 PM
Join us for a spirited Shabbat Family Service, filled with music and joy.  Shabbat dinner follows the service at 7:30 pm. RSVP required for dinner.
Mon. Jan 12
7:30 PM-9:00 PM
The second session of this three-part course will explore the rise of Reform Judaism in Germany in the 19th century and its evolution to the present day in North America.  We will focus
Fri. Jan 16
7:30 PM
The community is invited to join members of Zion Baptist Church, Beth Am Israel and Main Line Reform Temple for our annual Sabbath of Interfaith Harm
Mon. Jan 26
7:30 PM-9:00 PM
The conclusion of this three-part course will explore the rise of Reform Judaism in Germany in the 19th century and its evolution to the present day in North America.  We will focus on t
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