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  • We engage with our Community
  • We value our Youth
  • We have services made just for Families
  • We celebrate Actively
  • We are a hub for Jewish Seniors
  • Our holidays are Involving
  • We honor our Children

Located in Seattle’s North End,
we are a Reform synagogue committed to helping Jews and their loved ones build a joyful, spiritual, caring, and egalitarian community.

TBA welcomes the entire spectrum of our Jewish community: people of all ages, races, and abilities; interfaith families; and people who are single, partnered, straight, gay, lesbian, and transgender. As a vibrant center of learning, we enable each member to reflect the holy.

Voted "Best Congregation" by the readers of JTNews!

What's New

Temple Beth Am's offices are closed Friday, July 3,
in observance of Independence Day.
There is no Kinder Kabbalat on Friday, July 3.


TBA Religious School
Register now for this coming year!

When you register with our Religious School, one of the largest on the West Coast, you provide your children an outstanding education in an inclusive community who are striving to cultivate literate and ethical Jews according to the values of Reform Judaism.

Go here for more info.
Temple Beth Am members can click here to register online.


Mary’s Place Families Return to TBA
July 7 - 14

Mary’s Place works to empower homeless women and children to reclaim their lives by providing shelter, nourishment, resources, healing, and hope in a safe community. Temple Beth Am is honored to partner and offer our social hall as a safe home for families twice a year.

Go here for more information and how to sign up to help.


Tenth Grade Fundraisers
Honey for High Holy Days

Looking for a sweet way to wish your friends, relatives, and others a Happy New Year this coming High Holy Days? Send them honey!

For just $12, you can send a 12-oz. bottle of kosher honey, with a greeting, anywhere in the continental U.S.

Go here for details and to order.


Kabbalat Shabbat Honoring Yiddish
Friday, July 24 / 6:15 PM

This year’s annual Yiddish Shabbat features klezmer music from Duo Rymanow: Harvey Niebulski and Marianne Tatom.

This service also features Yiddish poetry, songs, and prayers, along with traditional Hebrew liturgy and English readings. An oneg featuring tastes of Eastern Europe will follow the service.

Go here for all the details.


Office Hours
Weekdays: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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