Please join us for

The Festival of Torah

At Sinai, we were given the directive to take the world from the way it is to the way it ought to be. Our opening program features everyday heroes, facilitated by Special Needs Specialist David Pudles and EMT Jason Eichenholz.

SATURDAY EVENING SERVICE, 5/23

Following our Yom Tov service & Yizkor, a program for all ages will be presented by Rabbi Sarah Rensin. Rabbi Rensin will be visiting CBA to learn more about our congregation and potentially join us as our new Education Director/Congregational Programming Coordinator.

7:15 – A light dinner

7:30 – Program: Everyday Heroes, with David Pudles and Jason Eichenholz

8:00 – Ma’ariv & YIZKOR

8:45 – Havdala and dessert with Rabbi Sarah Rensin

SHAVUOT MORNING SERVICE – SUNDAY, 5/24

     9:30–  Morning Service & Yizkor (Please bring the kids!)

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SHAVUOT AFTERNOON FAMILY PROGRAM

    3:30 Sunday AfternoonIce Cream Social and Shavuot Program presented by Rabbi Sarah Rensin

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“The study of Torah is the foundation of all mitzvoth” The Torah is our roadmap to creating the world as it needs to be!

 

Congregation Beth Am is a community,

full of life and joy, because we celebrate every day as a gift. Our members are active participants in worship, programming, and education. We joyfully work together with a mind that is open to transforming the congregation, the community, and the world from the way they are  to the way they need to be.

 

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Our guiding philosophy since the day we opened our doors revolves around these core Jewish tenets:

  • Celebrate life
  • Value our Jewish heritage and traditions, balancing them with the needs of the modern world.
  • Understand Judaism is more than a religion. It is a perspective of life that constantly reminds us of our special relationship with God, which is expressed through Godly living.
  • Transform the world from the way it is to the way it should be through the process of mitzvot and Tikun Olam.
  • Accept each other – Jewish and Non-Jewish – as reflections of God’s image, to be involved in the life of the congregation and treated with dignity.

                  Beth Am, where Traditional Judaism embraces the Contemporary World