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Rabbi Malik's
"Passover Guide for the Perplexed"
5781/2021 & dates, times, and sign-up links to Temple Beth Ahm Passover services


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Rabbi Malik's "Passover Guide for the Perplexed" 5781/2021

Passover 5781/2021 begins on Saturday night, March 27 &
ends on Sunday night, April 4
Bedikat Chametz on Thursday night, March 25

Sell chametz before 8:00 AM on Friday morning, March 26, using this online form:

Virtual Fast of the Firstborn & Talmud Siyum 
is at 8:00 AM on Friday morning, March 26:       
Meeting ID: 550-999-2020      

Since Passover begins on Saturday night, March 27 this year and many Erev Pesach preparations have to be done by Friday, March 26, you may want to read the following CJLS teshuvah by Rabbi Kassel Abelson: 
“When Passover Begins on Saturday Night” (OH 444.1993) -

Rabbinical Assembly’s guide for Passover 5781/2021


Saturday,  March 27, 2021-Shabbat HaGadol during the day, First Day of Passover at night (Yom Tov)
Shabbat morning services at the shul 9:30 AM
Need to sign up in advance: SIGN UP HERE

Sunday, March 28, 2021:  First Day of Passover (Yom Tov)
Holiday morning services at the shul 9:30 AM
Need to sign up in advance: SIGN UP HERE
Monday, March 29, 2021:  Second Day of Passover (Yom Tov)

Saturday, April 3, 2021:  Shabbat & 7th Day of Passover (Yom Tov)
Shabbat & holiday morning services at the shul 9:30 AM
including chanting of Shir HaShirim  (Song of Songs) by Rabbi Lisa Malik & Cantor Adi Wyner
Need to sign up in advance: SIGN UP HERE
Sunday, April 4, 2021: 8th Day of Passover(Yom Tov)
Holiday morning services at the shul, including Yizkor              9:30 AM
Need to sign up in advance: SIGN UP HERE

Service with Yizkor will also be live-streamed:


Temple Beth Ahm is excited to launch an amazing product just in time for your Passover Seder.  These disposable coasters have been exclusively designed by Temple Beth Ahm and feature the 10 Plagues on one side and a Seder Plate on the other.  Kids will have a great time learning about Passover with  these coasters as they have the English, Hebrew and picture of each plague and Seder item. They are fun, colorful and will be a great addition to your Passover celebration.  Also make cleanup from wine dripping during the reading of the 10 plagues easier.

Preorder yours now.
All coasters will ship mid March in time for Passover.

Pack of 12 for only $18



Adult Learning for the Wondering Jew

This may be your last opportunity to study with Rabbi Malik

before she leaves TBA in June 2021!

All of these classes will be held virtually via ZOOM:    

Meeting ID: 550-999-2020

Contact Jenn Smith or Maryalice Chech at TBA office for password   




Teacher: Rabbi Lisa Malik. 

Class dates (1st Thursday of the month): 

December 3, January 7, February 4, March 4, April 1, May 6



1st, 3rd, & 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM

2nd Tuesday of the month at 1:00 PM

Class dates:  every Tuesday, resuming on January 19 at 1:00 PM



Class dates (3rd Wednesday of the month): 

January 20, February 17, March 17, April 21, & May 19  





Temple Beth Ahm: A Family Place, A Spiritual Home

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Temple Beth Ahm is a welcoming, multi-generational, spiritual community, conveniently located in New Jersey near the border of Monmouth & Middlesex Counties, just minutes away from Exit 118 of the Garden State Parkway. We are committed to traditional-egalitarian Conservative Judaism as a meaningful way of life. Our spiritual leader, Rabbi Malik, encourages each of us to be “willing, learning, and striving” to climb up the ladder of learning and mitzvot; she enthusiastically embraces and inspires every one of us, no matter where we are on our spiritual journeys.

Whether you are observing a yahrzeit, celebrating a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or other life cycle event, or just looking for a comfortable place to pray, learn, daven, socialize, or participate in social action tikkun olam activities, Temple Beth Ahm is the place to be. If you are not already a member of our shul community, we encourage you to visit and to consider joining us. Regardless of your current Jewish affiliation or background, we welcome you with open arms.




A recent video put together by a local TV station interviewing our very own Rabbi Malik!





Contact Us

Email us at or call us at (732) 583-1700

SCRIP Program

Temple Beth Ahm and Sisterhood are partnering on an additional SCRIP program.  SCRIP is a fundraising program that sells gift cards from national and local retailers.  The retailers will pay TBA and Sisterhood  a percentage of each card purchased.  These are the same gift cards you would purchase at the store.

You can help us earn money without spending any additional money . All you need to do is to spend your regular shopping dollars to purchase scrip.  Scrip can be used to purchase many household purchases including food, clothing, health and beauty aids, gas, travel and entertainment.  Also consider scrip for birthdays, anniversaries and holidays.

SCRIP will enable Temple Beth Ahm and Sisterhood to maintain the high level of programming that our congregation has come to expect.

To order scrip, please use the attached order form.  This is just a sample of over 500 merchants. To write in any additional items, go to Make your check payable to Sisterhood Temple Beth Ahm.  Mail your order form and check to Temple Beth Ahm   Attention: Scrip.  550 Lloyd Rd. Aberdeen, NJ  07747.   For questions, please contact Sindy at

We are looking into the Scrip NOW program listed on website for 2014.  This will allow each family that would like to maintain an account online the ability for faster ordering and to pay with an electronic check.  This will be an option in addition to the regular ordering ( filling out a form and mailing in a  check with your order)

Sisterhood will still continue our Shoprite and Stop- n- Shop scrip program.  We keep these gift cards in inventory and to order these you can contact Amy Naphtali at  or Hester Skolnik at

Tue, March 9 2021 25 Adar 5781