Being part of Temple Beth Ami’s Kehillah kedoshah, our sacred community, is truly a gift. We have many exciting opportunities to join with friends and family to work and pray, and learn, and play together as we build stronger connections with each other and live up to our vision of Living Judaism.
If you’ve never helped serve meals at a homeless shelter with Tikkun Olam, celebrated Passover at our Women’s Seder, played on stage in a Purim Shpiel, debated the issues of the day with the Critical Issues Forum, competed on our men’s softball team, or even hung out at the Bagel Bar on Sunday mornings, you are missing out on opportunities to make new friends, broaden your interests, learn something new, have some fun, and make Temple Beth Ami a vital and active part of your life.
Whether you enjoy the arts, learning, social events, holiday events, or doing the work of Tikkun Olam as part of our social justice programs, we always welcome your suggestions and encourage your participation.
We look forward to “Seeing you here!”