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On behalf of Congregation Beth Am and its’ leadership, we are glad you are here.

We are proud to have the reputation of “The Friendliest Synagogue in Central Florida”.

Congregation Beth Am is “The People’s House” and since 1975, thousands of members have called us their spiritual and educational home. The term “members” does not fully do justice to the relationships we have formed as a thriving synagogue. We have become a family. Births, B’nai Mitzvahs, Aufrufs, and funerals; we are there for each other.

New members enrich our congregation and add vitality to everything we do. We are a conservative congregation in tradition, but a progressive synagogue in social practice. Everyone is welcome at Congregation Beth Am, including blended-religion families, people curious about Judaism, or those who are in search of a new spiritual home. We embrace everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, color, or creed. At Congregation Beth Am, it is about the people.

Our shared values and beliefs bring us together. Your participation makes us a community. Worship should be an enjoyable and uplifting experience. If you are considering a synagogue, we welcome you to join in services or any of our activities to see how we are different. Congregation Beth Am is our spiritual home and we want you to know you are welcome here.


President: Tom Mayer

President Elect: Mark Lichtenstein

Immediate Past President: Dan Williams

Immediate Past President: Joanie Mayer

VP of Treasurer: Wayne Morris

Secretary: Lois Smith

Education VP: Lynn Howard

Membership VP: OPEN
Religious VP: Osvaldo Gonzalez
Ways and Means VP: Herb Weissman


Directors at Large:
Cat Bloom
Kevin Colley
Steve Gordon
Tobe Lev
Morris Rashy
Steve Weisstein


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

CBA Pages & Pastries Book Club
Join us on September 8th
where we will be discussing
'Magnolia Palace'
by Fiona Davis online.
Registration required.
Zoom codes provided following

CBA  Mah Jongg
Join us for gameplay and
complimentary Mah Jongg
lessons from 1 PM to 3 PM.
Masks are optional
Free and open to the public.
RSVP is requested for
new players.

to fill out and submit the
Event Sign-Up Form

Congregation Beth Am, where it's about the people.

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