Calling all actors, singers & chanters wanted!
Are you ready to search high and low, seek out every nook and cranny, and solve the mystery of the missing megillah? Then you should sign up to take part in our annual Purim Shpiel.
We are looking for actors, singers, customers, megillah chanters, and so much more. Sign up on our website
An informational first meeting will be on ZOOM on Sunday, February 25th from 10 AM – 10:45 AM.
We are excited to announce the next round of Hearth Group starting soon.
Hearth groups are small interest based groups run by members for members. This round we have some great options including: Poetry, Qi Gong, Shabbat & Toddlers, and a Fertility, Infertility and Conception in Judaism group.
Space is available on a first-come first-serve basis so sign up today!
Understanding Antisemitism: Empowering our People
Join Rabbi Ruth, Rabbi Jason, Jacob Glickman and Davida Sims for an adult learning and conversation discussing what we can do in the face of antisemitism.
Using data we have gathered from Project Bina, join the Beth Am community for a discussion and learning around this difficult topic. With a focus on the needs of our youth, this program is open to the entire Beth Am community.
We’ll meet from 9:45-11am (with time for discussion conversation and questions from 11-12pm) in the Temple Beth Am Sanctuary.
Israel Engagment– Connecting & Coping through Conversation
In these difficult times, connect with fellow members to share conversations and ideas about the challenges that we are all facing, strategies for coping, and how the Beth Am community can support each other. This will be an opportunity for active listening and learning from each other. Although individuals hold many different views on these topics, this will not be a time for political debate.
This event is organized by the Temple Beth Am Israel Engagement Team and TBA members. Attendance is limited to adults. Advance registration is required. Space is limited
Sunday, March 3, 2024
2 to 4 p.m.
Temple Beth Am (in person only)
Join our dynamic Torah Study on Zoom and in person in the annex.
Join us for our Shabbat Morning Minyan Service.
This service will take place in person at Temple Beth Am and Zoom.
Temple Beth Am Office Closed
10 AM – Fitness for Aging
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