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Beth Am COVID-19 Response

Our Values
What-Where

Status Updates
Supporting One Another

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)
     

What's The Plan?
As of August 27, 2021, Beth Am invites you to participate in these ways:


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Please note: Capacity may be limited based on county and state health guidelines for gatherings. Registration may be required for in-person access. 

Please note that events on campus will start on time. If you want to schmooze, please plan to arrive early. For any outdoor programming, please be sure to bring your own water bottle, sunscreen and hat, as needed. Masks are required for those who are unvaccinated and for everyone indoors in large groups. If you are on the Beth Am campus without a mask, you are attesting to the fact that you are fully vaccinated. If you are not feeling well, please stay home and join the service by livestream. Learn more about campus reopening.

Tue, September 21 2021 15 Tishrei 5782