Latest COVID-19 update for Beth Am
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|Due to recent developments, Temple Beth Am will remain a virtual campus through May 31st. Temple Beth Am Day School and Youth Engagement Religious School will continue to use their virtual learning platforms through the end of the 2019–2020 school year. [updated 5/22/2020]
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All members of our Clergy Team are broadcasting LIVE from their personal iOS devices — offering Daily Minyan Services, Kabbalat Shabbat Services, Torah Study, Mini-Concerts from our Cantors, Havdalah Services, plus LIVE from Beth Am!, a daily noon "talk show" with Senior Rabbi Jeremy Barras — all to help keep our Temple Beth Am community connected during this unprecedented crisis. We've increased our Live Streaming from two broadcasts per week to more than 15 per week, and much more! And, our Clergy has continued or added more classes via Zoom technology.
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The following changes have been made due to the pandemic:
• Friday night services, Saturday morning Torah Study and Saturday Morning Minyan are Live Streamed only. If you are observing a Yahrzeit for a loved one, all names of remembrance will be read Friday night and Saturday morning. Live Streaming is available at tbam.org/streaming
• B’nai Mitzvah services have been postponed/rescheduled.
• All other Temple programming — including religious school, youth events and meetings — are taking place virtually, or otherwise are cancelled or postponed.
• Temple Beth Am Day School will continue with its virtual learning platform with students learning from home through the end of the 2019–2020 school year.
• Temple Beth Am Religious School activities will continue with its virtual learning platform through the end of the 2019–2020 school year.
• The After School program (ASU) and Beth Am Basketball League are cancelled through the end of the 2019–2020 school year.
• Clergy is available to anyone who needs us at anytime, and virtual appointments may be made by calling the clergy office. In-person appointments are by emergency only, with social distancing observed.
• Clergy will be available for life-cycle needs held virtually.
• Temple Beth Am's Administrative Office is fully functional — working remotely, regularly checking and responding to email and voicemail. Our main telephone number — 305.667.6667 — may be answered by someone during business hours. If a clergy emergency, simply follow the prompts.
Please remember that our clergy and community remain available to you through telephone and email. If you have any questions, please contact Brian Chartock, our Executive Director, at email@example.com.
Rabbi's Meditation/Sermon on our Divrei Torah page. Click here
If you were unable to watch/listen to Torah Study live, you may always view/listen the recorded weekly Torah Study. Click here