Welcome Home!

Welcome to the new year of 5784 at Temple Beth Am! This is one of the most exciting years in our storied history. Thanks to you, we have completed both our capital campaign and building campaign to reconstruct our new campus. With the opening of The Hub and the end of the Covid era, we are now able to offer our members and the community unprecedented new programs, entertainment, Jewish culture and facilities. I hope that you will plan over the course of this new year to immerse yourself in everything The Hub offers, and help our community reunite and recharge after a very difficult pandemic period.

Our Temple directors and staff have been working tirelessly to plan for this new year, and we know that you will be enriched by every moment you spend on campus. I am so proud of where our community has come, and looking forward to each of us finding new and continued ways of experiencing all that Beth Am has to offer.

Once again, the High Holy Days are upon us. Once again, we are offered the opportunity to repent and renew, grow and discover. May the new year of 5784 bring all of us peace and contentment, health and happiness, growth and renewal for a blessed new year.

L, Shalom,

Rabbi Jeremy Barras

Come Dine With Us!

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Erev Rosh HaShanah Community Dinner

Friday, September 15th at 6:30pm

Join us in The Hub, for our first annual Rosh HaShanah dinner catered by Chef Michael Meltzer. The evening continues with our Erev Rosh HaShanah service to kick off the High Holy Days.

This dinner is free with your RSVP.

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Rosh HaShanah Second Day Luncheon

Sunday, September 17th at 12:30pm

We welcome you for a festive luncheon immediately following our Second Day Rosh HaShanah services. Free of charge, no RSVP required.

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Yom Kippur
Break the Fast

Monday, September 25th
Immediately After Services

After 25 hours of fasting, we celebrate the end of a meaningful day of worship with a light meal to break the fast. Free of charge, no RSVP required.