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We look forward to welcoming you to the Beth Am family.

Congregation Beth Am is, at its heart, about relationships.   We find meaning in our connections to tradition, wisdom, and one another. We pray together, rejoice together, and confront life’s challenges together. Our community is inclusive, alive and growing, and we hope it will include you. From newly married couples, young families and singles, to pre/post B’nei Mitzvah families, empty nesters and seniors, there’s no doubt you’ll find your place at Beth Am. We invite you to be part of our vibrant Jewish community and hope you’ll call Beth Am home for worship, learning, holidays, family and Jewish celebration.


Getting To Know You

We know you may have several questions as you decide which synagogue is right for you. Before taking your next step, please feel free to make an appointment so that we can meet in person, show you our campus and see if Beth Am is a place you can call home. Please contact our Director of Membership and Engagement, Joanne Morgenthal at, or call 858.481.8454, to schedule a time to tour Beth Am and learn more about our community.

Welcome from our Board of Directors President, Heather Wolfson

Shalom and welcome to Congregation Beth Am. CBA is a special place not just because of our beautiful and vibrant campus, but also because of the people. We celebrate together, mourn together, mark ritual moments together, and learn together. People join CBA for so many reasons - to make friendships, learn with our incredible Rabbis, pray together at Shabbat and holiday services, educate their children, and much more. For many of us, our commitment to being part of CBA is our desire to make Judaism relevant in our lives in  community with others. We look forward to welcoming you and your family as part of the      Beth Am community.


Welcome from Rabbi Kornberg

Allow me to welcome you with the Hebrew words, b’rukhim habaim, blessed are those who come. With this basic Jewish greeting, we recognize an important truth. It is through the members and participants of the community that blessing can be found. We at Congregation Beth Am invite you to become part of our blessing and join us in what makes this community so meaningful. We have several facets to our community: Beit Tefillah (House of Prayer), a Beit Midrash (House of Study), and a Beit K’nesset (House of Gathering). We hope you will find ways to connect that bring you joy. Please, enjoy the programs and information that you will find on the following pages, and we look forward to seeing you in the year ahead.

Welcome from Rabbi Earne

Long ago, the prophet Balam stood atop a mountain and looked at the people of Israel. He said “mah tovu o ha lecha y’akov.” How good are your tents, how beautiful are your living spaces. As I look upon our community, I find myself wondering what would Balam see? He would see passionate teachers and children engaged in learning. He would see students giving tzedakah and singing Hebrew songs in prayer. He’d see love and joy across our generations. He would see a place where kids develop life-long positive, Jewish identities. And, he would see our tents full with good friends they met at Beth Am. He’d see our community learning and having fun together. Each day, we strive to merit this same blessing that Balam said about our people long ago. We welcome you to join us on this                                                                           journey.

Sat, June 22 2024 16 Sivan 5784