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We celebrate every day as a gift.  We enjoy being together. 

We believe Jewish traditions are special and holidays even more so. At Congregation Beth Am, each holiday is observed with a welcoming embrace.  As a conservative synagogue, we follow tradition, but in a way that makes each holiday more relevant and accessible to our congregants.  Whether it is Yom Kippur, Simcha Torah, or Purim, each holiday celebration will feel comfortably familiar to you, but with a hint of what makes us so special. 

As in years past, Congregation Beth Am is coming together for the High Holy Days to join in prayer. Our sanctuary will be open for in-person services or you may join us by livestream.
In-person services will take place at 1470 Myrtle Lake Hills Rd, Longwood 32750. Livestream information will be provided upon request.
Your health and the health of all congregants in mind, we are asking for your cooperation on the following matters:
Masking: Indoors masks must be worn, regardless of vaccination status. Outdoors masks must be worn by those who have not been vaccinated and are recommended for those who have been vaccinated.
Social Distancing: A distance of at least six feet must be maintained from people who are not in your household, regardless of vaccination status. This applies indoors and outdoors.
Notifications: To optimize everyone’s safety, we need to know how many in-person worshipers to expect. If you have not done so already, please RSVP to if you will be attending services in person.
9/20 – 9/22 Sukkot
9/27 – 9/29 Simchat Torah


CBA Movie Chat
Thursdays at 3:00 PM
Call for Zoom Codes

CBA Pages & Pastries
Check out our summer reading list

CBA Wednesday Mah Jongg
Starting September 1st,
Wednesday Mah Jongg
11:00 - 1:00 PM

Chats will resume in the fall
September 9th, 2021
7:00 PM
Call for Zoom Codes

For all our events:
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