Congregation Beth Am is a Covenantal Community. Members reach out to each other in many ways, at times of joy and times of sorrow, providing help when needed through phone calls, personal notes, meals, new baby gifts, visiting the homebound, and peer support in times of crisis.Read more
We want to know if any of our members are ill or in the hospital. Hospitals DO NOT inform the Beth Am clergy if one of our members is a patient. If you know of someone who is in need of special attention, please be in touch with any of the Beth Am Clergy at (650) 493-4661 or by email:
- Rabbi Janet Marder, Senior Rabbi
- Cantor Lauren Bandman, Cantor
- Rabbi Jonathan Prosnit, Assistant Rabbi
- Rabbi Adam Rosenwasser, Assistant Rabbi
- Rabbi Sarah Wolf, Associate Rabbi
or with Ann DeHovitz, Co-chair of our Caring Committee at (650) 321-4847.
Yad l'Yad (Hand in Hand) serves as a source of volunteers for connecting isolated Beth Am members with the congregation through assignments from the clergy and Caring Committee.
The Tikvah (Hope) Program offers congregant to congregant compassionate support for our members who are facing a life challenge.
Gesharim (Bridges) is a congregant-led initiative to build a support system at Beth Am for facing the end of life.
Helping Healing Hands is a group of caring and concerned members who quilt, crochet, knit and craft gifts for infirm congregants as well as for new babies in the congregation.
To learn more about these programs, please contact the main office.