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Prayer is a language that each of us speaks and hears in a different way. When we pray together, we try to find meaning within the chorus of diverse voices. With their engaging sermons and stimulating teachings, our rabbis show us how the lessons from the past are relevant to our lives today.

Through a wide range of truly meaningful spiritual experiences, we offer something for everyone: a variety of weekly Friday night and Saturday morning Shabbat services and a year full of enriching holiday celebrations. We also look forward to commemorating life cycle  events - such as births, B'nai Mitzvahs, and marriages - with you. 

Our services are fully egalitarian: men and women participate equally. We believe we have found a healthy balance between the traditional and the creative in our celebration and our worship.

Temple Beth Am is fully wheelchair accessible, and Shabbat shammesim (service helpers), who are knowledgeable in creating welcoming spaces for congregants and visitors in wheelchairs, can provide large-script prayer books to those with vision needs as well as welcome members with all disabilities.

Temple Beth Am provides free assisted-hearing devices for all services. In addition, we have interpreted services for the hearing impaired during the High Holy Days and other holidays.

Jewish Holidays

The Temple Beth Am community celebrates all of the Jewish holidays, from the High Holy Days, which start our year in the fall, through Hanukkah, Passover, and Shavuot. To learn about the meanings and traditions behind our holidays, head to the Union for Reform Judaism's (URJ) website:

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Through our worship, we aspire to create an environment in which we embrace the rebirth of creation on Rosh Hashanah and the rebirth of our souls on Yom Kippur. 

Sat, October 24 2020 6 Cheshvan 5781