August 20, 2014   24 Av 5774
Main Line Reform Temple-Beth Elohim, Wynnewood, PA
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Spring has sprung and summer is just a few short months away and 2014-2015 Membership Renewal and Religious School Registration packets have been mailed!  We are encouraging all MLRT members to submit their membership and school registration forms as quickly as possible. Religious School registrations will be processed first come, first served for early and late session requests. There will be no exceptions once a session is filled, so, if it is critical that your child(ren) be placed in a specific session, you must return your forms as quickly as possible.

Should you need to print a form, click here to download. We are privileged to have you as members of our vibrant community. We appreciate your continued commitment to Main Line Reform Temple and are available to assist you in any way. Please call (610) 649-7800 should you have any questions.

In the event of an emergency, please call 610-526-0416

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With so many events to choose from, you're sure to find something at MLRT! Most details can be found in the Bulletin, on our Events Page or by calling MLRT.

Friday, August 1
  6:30 pm   Erev Shabbat Service at MLRT
  6:00 pm   Shore Shabbat Pre-Service Reception
  6:30 pm   Shore Shabbat Service at Kenyon Ave. Beach, Margate
  7:30 pm   Shabbat Dinner at Temple Emeth Shalom, 8501 Ventnor Ave., Margate


At their June 5, 2014 meeting, the MLRT Board of Trustees will be voting on two proposed amendments to the MLRT Bylaws.  As a reminder, all Congregants are welcome to attend this, or any, meeting of the Board of Trustees.


Download the current and proposed Revisions to the Bylaws, pick up a copy in the MLRT office or contact Miriam Fischer in the MLRT office at (610) 649-7800 and request a copy be mailed to you.  Among the proposed changes are:

  • Altering the methods in which proposed amendments to the Bylaws shall be provided to the Board;
  • Modifying the indemnification language for trustees, officers, certain congregants and employees.

If you would like to discuss the proposed revisions, please do not hesitate to contact Steve Handleman at or Chuck Forer at  

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As Main Line Reform Temple celebrates 60 years, we take a look back from where we came.
Read each month as we feature a column written by a congregant
who has memories of Main Line Reform Temple back in the day.
We hope you read and enjoy “MLRT @ 60: A Look Back.”
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Rabbi David Straus   Cantor Marshall Portnoy   Melissa S. Johnson, Executive Director   Eric L. Settle, President
410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood, PA 19096
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