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Temple Beth Abraham

Welcome to Temple Beth Abraham

We are a congregation serving Jewish families throughout Southern New Hampshire and the nearby areas of Massachusetts. Our members come from all over the country and the world, from all kinds of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families to our community.

Our New Website

Welcome to ShulCloud

You are viewing our new web site hosted by ShulCloud (refer to the article on page 15 of the May bulletin).

This format may look a little different but all the content and features from the prior web site should be available here.  The important difference is the web site is now integrated with our new synagogue management system.

This new system enables registered members to view and update their own information (address, phone, email, yahrzeits, etc.), make online payments, and register for events, and more...

Information sessions are being scheduled to demonstrate the system capabilities and answer your questions.  We have also created videos showing how to access your account, and update your information.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please use this form.

Please join us at one of the demo and information sessions shown at the right. See Upcoming Programs & Events.




Event: August 7

Charity Golf Tournament
Soughegan Woods Golf Club
Amherst, NH

Registration: 7:30 am
Shotgun Start: 8:00 am

This fun-filled event is open to all men and women, members, and non-members.

Space is limited.

Click on this link for additional information, pricing, and sign-up.

Event: August 15

BBQ and Barchu

Dinner & Outdoor Service: 5:30-8:30pm

Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, and Vegetarian Menu.

Come anytime from 5:30 on for a pre-Shabbat barbeque and Jewish music.  Stay for candlelighting and a rousing, singing Shabbat evening service outside, followed by kiddush, motzi, and dessert.

Click on this link for additional information, pricing, and sign-up.


Rabbi Jon

A Synagogue for You

Pretty frequently, I get a call or a note from someone who has not been part of a synagogue since childhood, or ever.

Sometimes they tell me:  I am not religious.  Or, I don't believe in G-d.  Or, even though I haven't been to synagogue in decades, my Jewish heritage has always been important to me.

And the question they ask is:  Is there a place for me in your synagogue?

My answer is always:

Yes, absolutely!

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Sat, 26 July 2014 28 Tammuz 5774