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Our Featured Member Synagogue for May 2006 is Temple Beth Am of Framingham (Reform) that is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Temple Beth Am, "The House Of The People", is known as the center of progressive Jewish life, community, and worship in the Framingham and MetroWest area.

Our congregation is composed of a diverse population, including many interfaith couples, and those new to the Boston/MetroWest area. Many of our members have settled here from other parts of the country, and they are comforted to find a congregation in which connections are easily made and a surrogate family soon takes root. Temple Beth Am benefits from an egalitarian spirit, and enjoys a reputation as a vibrant congregation dedicated to the principles of modern Reform Judaism.

To learn more about us, visit our website. ).

Temple Beth Am
300 Pleasant Street
Framingham, MA 01701

Clergy: Rabbi Donald M. Splansky, Ph.D., D.D.; Cantor Jodi M. Schechtman