Read Any Good Books Lately? It’s Time for Another Beth Ami Readers’ Circle!

What a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon: discussing books with a Jewish or Humanistic theme. Are you excited to share a book you have read? Are you interested in hearing about books that others have read? Then Zoom-in to our next Beth Ami Readers Circle.

What’s different about the Beth Ami Readers Circle?

The biggest difference is that we don’t all read the same book.  Instead, we share books that we have read, books that have a connection to Judaism or Humanism. Are you excited to share a book?  Do you need ideas for your future reading? Then this is something you’ll want to check out!

Participants are not obligated to share a book of their own — you can feel free to attend simply to hear what others are reading.  You might even want to make this your own little Happy Hour – no one will mind if you snack and have a cold one along the way.

Do you have friends who might be interested in what we do? Invite them to join you – this group often appeals to people who do not consider themselves to be “joiners”.

A Zoom link will be sent when you hit the “Attend meeting” button on the Meetup page.

Beth Ami is a welcoming community where we connect to Jewish past, celebrate Jewish present, and link to Jewish future through a humanistic philosophy.

Let’s do Jewish together – Humanistically!

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