Membership is an investment, a relationship and a commitment. As a member, you commit to meet your financial obligations to the synagogue; however we also recognize that circumstances are different for each member. Congregation Beth Am is only as vibrant as its engagement with the membership, so if you are experiencing a financial issue, let’s talk about other ways to satisfy a portion of your commitment. Options available include volunteering, providing services to the congregation, or other ways to find a relationship which is mutually supportive and beneficial. We are open to helping where we can and ask that you make the same investment in our congregation.
Please contact our office if you have any questions. If you leave a message, we return all calls promptly, however our offices are closed during Shabbat. In the event you leave a message during Shabbat, your call will be returned the next business day during office hours. For more information, please call 407-862-3505 or email through the contact form.
Greetings from our Board of Directors
Congregation Beth Am would not be here today without you. The men, women and children of Congregation Beth Am call us their spiritual and educational home. As new members continue to join our growing family, we find their participation enriches and brings renewed enthusiasm to everything we do. We are a conservative congregation, but with progressive vision. We value our traditions and heritage, but are at the forefront of the conservative movement’s integration of blended-religion families, creating some of the most innovative and accepting programs in the country. We are tied to our history but apply the lessons found in our history to the modern world because they are relevant.
Our people make the difference. The shared values and beliefs we have bring us together. Your participation helps make us a community. If you are considering joining a synagogue, are just curious, or want to know how much fun worship can be, you are invited to visit, tour, or join in services anytime. Congregation Beth Am is our spiritual home. It’s where we come together and we want you to know that you are always welcome.