Congregation Beth Am |

Announcements

The J. Jewish News Weekly of Northern California is conducting its annual "Readers' Choice" survey. Now is your chance to vote for Beth Am in the category of "Innovative Synagogue Programming." Voting closes Friday, August 31, so please vote now!

All High Holy Day services and programs will be held at the SAME LOCATION AS LAST YEAR but with a new name — Redemption Bay Area Church, unless otherwise noted. Get upcoming deadline information and learn more at betham.org/HHD5779.

The prayer-life of Congregation Beth Am is both communal and personal, offering quiet, meditative moments as well as community celebration. First and foremost, our worship is musical and participatory, inclusive and intergenerational, egalitarian and welcoming. The Service Schedule lists the speaker for each service, as well as times for smaller Minyanim and Jewish Meditation gatherings. Erev Shabbat services are available via live video stream at: www.betham.org/streaming

Join Our Community

Beth Am is a warm and friendly congregation. Our members form deep, long-lasting friendships and are dedicated to meaningful worship, dynamic Jewish learning and compassionate care through all stages of life. Beth Am is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism.

Stay In Touch

There are many ways to stay connected at Beth Am. Email your name and email address to us so we can add you to our email list. Or, connect with us on:

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Your Donations Help

For over 60 years, Congregation Beth Am has been sustained by the free will offerings of our members. Their heartfelt gifts of time, skill and financial resources have helped to create a place of remarkable physical and spiritual beauty. Learn more about giving at Beth Am.
 

Next Seven Days

Congregation Beth Am
  • 26790 Arastradero Rd., Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
  • (650) 493-4661 Contact Us

We strive to live as a holy community whose study and practice of Judaism inspires and challenges us to "do justice, to love kindness and to walk humbly with our God" (Micah 6:8).