Each member is part of an extended family, filled with a warm sense of belonging which nourishes the need to feel connected – physically, spiritually, and emotionally.
We are egalitarian and we welcome intermarried and same-sex couples.
We take our Jewish obligation seriously to help those in need of healing, assistance, guidance, and a welcoming home. We believe in sharing our simchas and our sorrows.
We have a genuine atmosphere within our synagogue of love, inclusion, acceptance and trust.
Rabbi Jory Lang
Our Friday night services are full of joyous songs – using the Beth Moshe Prayer, Songbook in Hebrew and transliteration, plus English readings. Come join us!
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm in the Chapel with Oneg following. Our Saturday service is an opportunity to pray together, study Torah together and learn about our history and religious customs.
Shacharit is at 10 am in the chapel with Torah reading and study, followed by Kiddush.
Over the last 25 years, Beth Moshe has emerged as a synagogue with all the qualities of a home.
Beth Moshe Hebrew School is committed to lifelong Jewish learning.
If you are looking for a unique space for your event, you’ve found it!
Beth Moshe Congregation is located at 2225 NE 121st Street.
We are just west of Biscayne Bay, east of Biscayne Boulevard and south of 123rd Street in North Miami. We prefer the added security and safety of a residential neighborhood from our previous high-traffic location on West Dixie Highway.
We are Jewish. Our services are in Hebrew and English and we are egalitarian. Our congregants are from every religious background. We welcome all who wish to join us. Come and see!
Our main office is open Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
In general, we foster a comfortable atmosphere, but ask that you dress respectfully for services.
We have a robust offering of services for adults, families and children. As the ancient, sacred and universal language of the Jewish people, Hebrew is an important part of all our services. Translation is always available for those who do not read Hebrew.
Yes! Interfaith families are welcome and very involved in our congregational life. We encourage members to attend as a family so that the entire family grows to understand the Jewish traditions and culture. Our goal is to welcome and include all members regardless of their religious upbringing.
We offer support to members and non-members alike at every stage of their lives. Together, we celebrate the birth of a child, mourn the death of a loved one, and mark important milestones like weddings, conversions, and B’nai Mitzvah.
For more than 25 years, our congregation has been passionate about their members.
Beth Moshe Congregation is filled with generations of South Florida families with roots and traditional values.