|Since 1982, Congregation Beth Am, House of the People, has maintained a rich tradition in the spirit of Dor L’Dor (generation to generation). As a Conservative synagogue, we serve congregants from varied and diverse backgrounds. Beth Am provides a variety of religious services and a full spectrum of educational and social programs. Tefilah (prayer) is central to the life of the synagogue. Led by Rabbi David Kornberg and Associate Rabbi Matthew Earne, Congregation Beth Am offers many opportunities to participate in Shabbat, Hugim (holidays) and Holy Days services.
||Congregation Beth Am provides education for all generations. THE BETH AM PRESCHOOL (newborn – 5 years) provides children with the building blocks of early education through a program that is rich in Jewish culture, values and tradition. THE JEWISH LEARNING CENTER (Kindergarten – 6th grade), a nationally recognized United Synagogue Framework for Excellence School, provides quality, creative education for the development of Jewish values, knowledge and skills. SABRA & HEBREW FOR CREDIT (7th – 12th grade), aims to engage our post-B’nai Mitzvah students in an atmosphere of continued Jewish learning and social growth. THE CENTER FOR LIFELONG JEWISH LEARNING, sponsored by the Mizel Family Foundation, specializes in adult education programs with a wide range of classes and cultural programming.
||Congregation Beth Am’s award winning Youth Department is the home to a very active and diverse youth community. Guided by a professional staff, programming is very diverse with many social and educational, religious and social action opportunities for children and teenagers grades K-12th. Beth Am is proud of our College Connection Program which helps our students maintain their Jewish identity while in college and maintain ties with the congregation.