In this week’s Torah portion, Moses unifies the Jewish people during their exodus from Egypt. Rabbi Jason emphasizes the impact of coming together in shared goals, interests, and identities. In the month ahead at Beth Am there are many ways to engage in community.
Join us on Friday, January 27th after Shabbat services for a beautiful congregational dinner! Details below.
Deepen Your Relationship to Judaism and Your Community
We have made updates to our giving platform to ensure more detailed and timely acknowledgments and dedication notifications.
Please see our website for updated information and as always reach out with questions and feedback.
Kabbalat Shabbat Service
This service will take place in person or via live stream on YouTube
Adult Learning (Being at Home in Our Community) in-person in the Sanctuary and on Zoom
The Gan Midweek Classes (7-8 & 9-12th Grades) at Temple Beth Am
The Gan Midweek Classes (4-6th Grades) at Temple Beth Am
The 2023 State Legislative Session has begun! Faith Action Network (FAN) seeks to advocate for systems and policies that advance social justice and racial equity. Take a look at their legislative agenda here.
Faith Action Network invites you join their for Advocacy Day in Olympia on February 9th!
Temple Beth Am Blood Drive
Temple Beth Am will be sponsoring a Virtual Blood Drive this January!
Join us in this mitzvah and donate blood this new year at any Bloodworks NW Donor Center or Pop-Up location. Every pint of blood donated is an immeasurable contribution to the community.
1: Schedule an appointment to donate whole blood or apheresis platelets/double reds/plasma donation with Bloodworks. The same-day appointment is often available, call 800-398-7888 for an opening.
2: On the day of your donation, mention Temple Beth Am or the donor code TBA when you are getting checked in so that we can keep track of our impact
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