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Virtual Beth Am

Select from an option below for ways to stay connected and engaged during this unique time.

       

       

And be sure to watch the video recordings below.

Honorable Mentschen: Beth Am members who are making a difference in the community.
We convey special gratitude to our Beth Am members, and all those in the health professions, who are stepping up to add extra humanity in our community and our world — in so many different ways. We are blessed by your efforts. Read about some of these individuals making a difference.

If you know a Beth Am member who is making a difference during the COVID-19 emergency, please nominate the individual by completing the Honorable Mentschen Nomination Form.

We are fortunate to inherit a tradition of great resilience in challenging times — one that respects the insights of science and scholarship, mandates self-preservation as well as compassionate concern for others, and focuses us on the practical good we can do here and now. Be assured that the Beth Am community will stand together during this crisis, and that together we will come through it.

Remember: We will not contact you to ask for gift cards or other such support. Please be careful and confirm with us if you are unsure as to whether an email is from one of our clergy. Thank you.

Video Recordings

Judaism in Times of Crisis

Rabbi Jon Prosnit, Beth Am Past President Amy Asin and Beth Am Member Dr. Jonathan Leff discussed Judaism In Times of Crisis. COVID-19 has shaken all of us. We continue to check in on our neighbors and friends and pray for those who are sick for a speedy recovery.


 

Caring for the Most Vulnerable During Challenging Times

COVID-19 has shaken all of us, yet we know that some on the margins of our community are the most threatened during this outbreak. Rabbi Jon Prosnit and Tom Myers, CEO of Community Services Agency (CSA), discuss how we respond to our most vulnerable during times of crisis. CSA has been serving the most vulnerable of Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills for over 60 years.

Sat, May 30 2020 7 Sivan 5780