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Beth Am Women

Beth Am Women

works to build a warm, welcoming and inclusive community for women at Congregation Beth Am. Join today to build deep relationships, find meaning in Jewish traditions and have a positive impact on our congregation and our community.

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As an affiliate of the Women of Reform Judaism, Beth Am Women helps to ensure the future of progressive Judaism around the world with initiatives that serve our community and the ideals of the Jewish people.

Our activities include programs that bring us together to learn about ourselves, each other and Torah; to practice our traditions and create new ones; to support congregational activities; and to initiate and support tzedakah projects. We offer many regularly scheduled activities, including a book discussion group, cooking classes, monthly Rosh Chodesh celebrations, and much more. For upcoming programs, view the BAW Calendar or sign up to receive the BAW Cyberletter.

And we’re always ready to try new activities. To share a suggestion, or to learn more about Beth Am Women, check out our Resources box (at the bottom right corner of this page) or email bawinfo@betham.org.

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Matzah and Mishpocheh: Cooking for Connection — It is nothing new to say that food is an extremely important part of Jewish life, both secular and religious, but these thoughts have inspired me to a more serious consideration of my Passover seder this year.
Anyone can be an advocate -- with two taps on your iPhone! — We use the two-tap Click My Cause mobile alerts App to advocate for issues important to our community!
by Jenna Sanders — My name is Jenna, and I grew up here at Beth Am, including having my Bat Mitzvah and getting confirmed. I took a gap year after high school to take time to explore interests that I might have otherwise pushed away, or not had time to investigate.
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).