We Beth Am’ers are an inclusive, spiritual bunch, joyfully bound together by our belief that, through soulful prayer, lifelong learning, and generous service, we create kindness, craft meaning and can transform the world.
No matter who you are or where you are on your Jewish journey, we welcome you to bring your love, your talents, and your goodness to join us in Building Meaningful Jewish Lives Together.
At Beth Am Israel, we are reimagining Conservative Judaism for the 21stcentury.
Our strength in prayer and spirituality is in our willingness to create traditional, innovative and “blended” offerings that feed our minds, bodies, and souls. We are the soulful shul on the main line.
Let the Beth Am Israel experience inspire you!
We’re questioners and learners. We’re up for an intellectual thrill, a spiritual exploration, or a moral challenge. How do we weave Jewish ethics into all that we do?
Come join us and find out! No matter how much you know or don’t know about Judaism, Beth Am Israel is your place to learn
At Beth Am Israel, we embrace diversity and practice inclusion with intention. We welcome you as you are, and we are glad you landed here.
At Beth Am Israel, we embrace friendship and practice inclusion with intention. We come together for Shabbat, for our Shabbat-centered Beit Midrash religious school and at educational, holiday and social programs throughout the year.We work, play and have fun together. Join us.
At Beth Am Israel, service is in our DNA. We participate, we support one another in times of joy and sorrow, and we work to repair the world outside our doors. Everything we do happens because we give of ourselves, generously contributing our time, talents, and creative energies to make our community ― and our world ― a better place.Come find what moves you and how you want to make a difference.
An event every week that begins at 9:00am on Wednesday, repeating until September 9, 2020
Hazzan Harold invites you to join either live or via livestream. This offering will encompass the morning service but in a loose and non-traditional way, and if we get [...]
An event every 2 weeks that begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, repeating until February 27, 2019
Whether you are beginning your Jewish journey or completing your B’nai Mitzvah, come search for the answers with Rabbi David and Hazzan Harold.
Join us Rabbi David Levin and Pastor Todd Stavrakos for an interfaith conversation on the creation of the biblical canon.
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