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		                            <span class="slider_description">Stay connected. While our campus stays closed, most of our programs and services continue virtually.</span>

Beth Am Virtual Activities

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, even as we physically distance ourselves, being part of a community is more important than ever. Please see all the ways that you can stay connected with us as we continue to be here for you during this tough times.


While our campus will remain closed, most of our programs and services will continue virtually. The rabbis and staff will continue to provide content, remain available for your needs and can be reached through email or phone. 


Monday, August 3rd - Sunday, August 9th, 2020



6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Beit Midrash Class

Rabbi Kornberg’s Beit Midrash class has been a pillar of learning here at Beth Am for nearly 20 years.  In it we open ourselves to the wisdom and depth of Rabbinic Texts, reflecting on topics relevant to today’s world.  No previous experience is necessary, and all our texts are in English.   

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4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Hang with Rabbi K

While we are all stuck in our homes, take this opportunity and hang with Rabbi Kornberg for an hour and shoot the breeze.  

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6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Women's Circle:
Virtual Mah Jongg

Let's not let a quarantine stop us from enjoying Mah Jongg. Join the women of Beth Am as we enjoy an evening "away" from the family and play a little Mah Jongg. You don’t have to be a Women’s Circle member to play - males are also invited, so don't be shy, we love new comers!!!  




7:00 am - 8:00 am

Sunrise Minyan

Join us every Wednesday at 7:00 am for our Sunrise Minyan, as we wrap tefillin and worship together, center ourselves on the sacred values of goodness, peace, and community as we worship together.

  For health security, please fill out waiver and RSVP prior to the service. Thank you.


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Lunch + Learn with Rabbi Earne

Nourish both the body and mind as you explore the weekly Parasha with Rabbi Earne virtually. Prepare your lunch and sit in front of your computer and let's see what this week’s Torah reading has to teach us. No previous experience is necessary, and all our texts are in English. 

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 2020 | 3:00 PM
Exploring challenges of multiple identities in an American world that too often asks us to set aside one of our identities. Panelist include our very own, Sabrina Kerbel, Beth Am member, and immediate Past President of the Beth Am Board. and a leader from Hadassah Southern California. Along with Rabbi Sandra Lawson, Tema Smith and Michele Norris. Register in advance for this not to be missed event. Registration is free. Click here for more information.



10:00 am - 10:30 am


Tot Shabbat 

Join Rabbi Earne for a joyous Tot Shabbat Service online! Click here to join the service a little bit before 10:00 am. 


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7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Campfire Shabbat

We are bringing back in-person Campfire Shabbat Services! Join the Beth Am family every first Friday of the month for Campfire Shabbat. This a musical service led by Rabbi David Kornberg and Ephron Rosenzweig, with guitar and lots of fun, camp-style songs. You can click here to register to attend the service (35 participants only) or view us on our LiveStream.

Click here to view our songbook!



9:00 am - 11:30 am

Shabbat Service

Our campus is usually filled with members who come from the four corners of San Diego for our Shabbat morning service. In these times, we still need to feel that connection. There are 2 ways you can join us:

Join us via LiveStream as our rabbis continue to create a safe place for you to engage in a sacred dialogue with God and your soul.   to view service.

Join us in person, under the arch in the main courtyard. We have a maximum of 35 people. In order to attend, you need to  to register and fill out the waiver form. Thank you.


Mon, August 10 2020 20 Av 5780