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Community

Congregation Beth Am's warm and welcoming community offers something for everyone! Whether you want to engage with others in learning, worship or social justice activities, a benefit of our large congregation is our ability to offer myriad small-group activities to help you grow and connect.

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Finding points of connection strengthens our community experience on Shabbat, on the High Holy Days and whenever our congregation comes together to celebrate, to comfort or to contemplate our past, present and future.

Please browse the links to our various community groups. Our staff is happy to help make connections or to start a new group if your interest is not yet represented. Making the effort will ensure that Beth Am becomes your home away from home -- the place where there's always a friend to sit with, the place where you belong. Welcome!

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Love, Israeli Style — We’re expecting a granddaughter any day now and she will be the sixth generation born in California...
Donating your vehicle to Beth Am is easy and supports our community.
A Campaign to Secure Our Congregation's Future — As many of you know, we are in the first phase (often known as the “quiet phase”) of an exciting initiative called From Strength to Strength (FS2S).
Please consider a donation to the INCLUDE Fund, which inspire actions around inclusion in our community and in the world.
Provide Input on Priorities for Our Next Senior Rabbi — For the next stage of our rabbinic transition, we need your input into Beth Am’s vision for the next 5-10 years and what is most important in our next Senior Rabbi.
Meet the Palo Alto Families with Teens Group! — In Sh'ma Groups Corner, we'll regularly highlight different Sh'ma Groups at Beth Am.
Would you be interested in being kept abreast of current assaults on the Jewish community and combating these trends? Sign up today!
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).