Bet Shira Congregation

Bet Shira Congregation

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Bet Shira Congregation is a Conservative synagogue located at 7500 SW 120th Street in Miami, Florida. It numbers over 550 member families.

History

In February 1985, a nucleus of families left Congregation Beth David to form a new congregation, Bet Shira.

In January 1990, Mark Kula, a graduate of the Cantor Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City, became Bet Shira's new cantor. In August 1992, Hurricane Andrew badly damaged the synagogue.

As of 2005, the synagogue was serving 500 families. In 2007, the synagogue acquired a Torah scroll that during World War II had been smuggled out of the Polish town of Tarnow, when it was invaded...
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