Temple Beth Sholom is the largest and oldest Reform Synagogue on Miami Beach, Florida, with 1210 member households. Temple Beth Sholom is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism and in the mainstream of liberal Judaism.

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  • Temple Beth Sholom is the largest and oldest Reform Synagogue on Miami Beach, Florida, with 1210 member households. Temple Beth Sholom is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism and in the mainstream of liberal Judaism. (en)
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  • Cantor: Steven Haas
  • Executive Director: Alice Miller, FTA
  • President: Peter Russin
  • Rabbi: Gayle Pomerantz
  • Rabbi: Robert A. Davis, D.Min.
  • Senior Rabbi: Gary A. Glickstein
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  • Location within Miami Beach
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  • Temple Beth Sholom is the largest and oldest Reform Synagogue on Miami Beach, Florida, with 1210 member households. Temple Beth Sholom is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism and in the mainstream of liberal Judaism. (en)
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  • Temple Beth Sholom (Miami Beach, Florida) (en)
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  • Temple Beth Sholom (en)
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