Temple Beth Sholom-Leon Kronish Foundation Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
4144 Chase Ave Miami Beach FL 33140 USA
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This is the leading synagogue for Reform Judaism on Miami Beach. Its members feel included, loved and treasured. The synagogue does a tremendous job of nurturing families through every lifecycle beginning at birth. The Rabbi Leon Kronish Foundation is named after the Founding Rabbi and it is amazing that there have only been two senior rabbis since 1944. The Foundation provides scholarships and programming for individuals and families to fully participate in all aspects of Jewish life. This includes early childhood education, Israel trips, camp scholarships,youth group activities, after school activities, support groups, adult learning opportunities, interfaith outreach, GLBT outreach and senior programming. The synagogue has a diverse membership made up of a true representation of the South Florida landscape.
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I have been a member of the congregation as well as a member of the senior professional staff for 11 years and have personally witnessed the tremendous growth and goodwill that is generated by the Temple Beth Sholom family.
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I would devote as much money as I can to bring as many unaffiliated Jews to the synagogue and provide scholarships to enable more people to participate in Jewish continuity programs.