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TBA is a vibrant spiritual center for Conservative Judaism meeting the spiritual, cultural and educational needs of our members. We strive to be a Kehillah Kedosha, a sacred and caring community, serving the needs of the Jewish population in NW Broward County, FL. 

We offer a comprehensive program of activities for any age and any lifestyle. Come see for yourself!



Join us for Shabbat

Fridays: Carlebach Happy Minyan at 6:10 pm.
Saturdays: We meet in our Sanctuary at 9:00 am. Rabbi Plotkin leads the service, and congregants are encouraged to participate by reading Torah or leading parts of the service.


Office Hours

Regular Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am-12:00pm

Call our Office with your questions

Our friendly staff always welcomes your inquiries. Please contact us if you have questions about life cycle events such as baby namings, bar and bat mitzvah scheduling, or wedding planning. Contemplating membership at Temple Beth Am? Please call us at 954-968-4545, or email us at [email protected], and let us answer your questions.

News at TBA

Rabbi's Sermon 2/28

Tue, 03/03/2015 - 11:31am -- pdashoff

I want to thank Rabbi Shai Held for opening up the following interpretation on our parsha.

Parashat Tetzaveh opens with God instructing  Moses

"You shall further command the Israelites to bring you clear oil of beaten olives for lighting, for kindling lamps perpetually (le-ha'alot ner tamid)" (Exodus 27:20). 

 Traditional commentators disagree over the meaning of the word "perpetually" (tamid).  Rashi   understands it to mean that the lamps must be lit every evening and stay aflame until morning. 

Rabbi's Sermon 2/21

Tue, 02/24/2015 - 11:39am -- pdashoff

February 18, 2015


“Who’s A Hypocrite?”


In describing the construction of the Aron HaKodesh, the Holy Ark, the Torah instructs, ‘v’tzipita oto zahav tahor, mibayit umihutz t’tzapenu- overlay it with pure gold, overlay it inside and out.”

It is easy to understand why the outside of the ark should be covered with pure gold, for it impresses the beholder with its magnificence.  But why put gold on the interior, where no one will ever see it?

Our Sages answered this question as follows:

Rabbi's Sermon 1/24

Thu, 01/29/2015 - 2:23pm -- pdashoff

Sermon BO


 This is the portion of the release from slavery. This is the portion of the plagues finally overwhelming Pharaoh until he says, “go”.

There is a subject that I want to talk to you about today but I have to first begin back in Genesis chapter 15.

God is making a promise to Abraham of what will happen in the future. God says,

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