Governor Wolf ordered a shutdown of schools, entertainment venues, and community centers in Montgomery County on Thursday, March 12th. Beth Am Israel will heed that order.
9:00 am Sunday through Friday- Daily Morning Worship Service.
8:00 pm- Monday Night Talmud- Daf Yomi
11:00 am- Musical Arts and Crafts with Leo
7:00 pm- Crafters Gathering
8:00 pm- Wednesday Night Talmud- Daf Yomi
9:00 pm- Support, Share and Shmooze for Health Care Professionals with Rabbi David
9:00 am- Torah Study with Rabbi David
9:00 am- Tefillah B’Kavanah with Hazzan Harold
10:00 am- Shabbat Morning Services
10:00 am- Kehillah Time and Tefillah for Beit Midrash Students.
11:15 am- Tot Shabbat
8:00 am- Every Moment is an Opportunity to Practice: Mindfulness Meditation with Grace and Art Gershkoff
11:00 am- Modern Hebrew Conversation
* April 15- “How Long?” — Psalm 13 and Biblical Responses to Crisis. We will explore Psalm 13, which gives voice to the anxiety of the unknown often experienced in times of crisis. This ancient psalm of lament contains language and imagery that feels remarkable resonant as we confront the coronavirus pandemic.
*Programs occurring only once
As a community, we need to be there for each other. To that end, the professional staff and members of the board will be checking in with all of our congregants over the days and weeks to come – to say hello, make sure you are doing okay, listen to what you have to say, and offer whatever assistance we can, remotely.
To stay up to date with all developments with the CDC, please visit their website here. For all Congregation Beth Am Israel updates, please check your emails regularly. Please know that we are determined to be here for you in this difficult time. Don’t hesitate to write, text, or call. We want to hear from you. And we promise that you will hear from us over the next two weeks.