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Update: Friday, May 22

Dear Friends,

Our clergy and lay leadership are continually monitoring our state and county guidelines regarding religious gatherings, as well as the guidance and insights from medical experts and the Union for Reform Judaism. Most importantly, we are looking to our Jewish values to lead us into the future.

  • Pikuah Nefesh (protecting life)
  • Chesed (kindness and care for the most vulnerable among us)
  • Kol Yisrael Areivim Zeh Bazeh (being responsible for one another)
  • Kehillah Kedosha (holy community)

Beth Am’s newly created Crisis Response Team is committed to creating a safe, caring, inclusive path for returning to in-person gatherings when the time is right to do so. As plans develop, we will keep you informed as they relate to office operations, educational programs and worship. If you have any questions about our recovery planning, please email president@betham.org.
 
We recognize that this is a time when many of us need support from one another. We are here, if you need assistance – technical support, groceries or a conversation. If you have been impacted financially, please request assistance from our Emergency Relief Fund.

In this time of physical distancing, we hope you are finding ways to feel connected, cared for, and embraced by our community. Please contact us so we can help.
 
Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom,
 
Rabbi Janet Marder    Andy Cheng    Rachel Tasch
Senior Rabbi                 President          Executive Director

Sun, August 9 2020 19 Av 5780