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Welcome to Congregation Beth Ahm!

Formed in 1892, Congregation Beth Ahm was established to provide
opportunities to explore and practice Judaism in a warm and approachable environment. We believe in the value of promoting an inviting, caring and welcoming environment where we demonstrate compassion toward others through derech eretz, tzedakah and tikkun olam.


Please join us to experience Congregation Beth Ahm at one of
these upcoming events or click on the calendar to see more.


Antisemitism Unpacked

Monday, January 30 at 7:30pm

Antisemitic activity is on the rise in the United States and learning how to address it is essential.  In this interactive learning experience led Ryan Woloshin (Associate Director of Antisemitism Programs for the ADL), participants will examine manifestations of antisemitism in interpersonal interactions to better empower our community to understand and respond to antisemitic behaviors in daily life.  This in-person event is hosted at Congregation Beth Ahm and presented in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League.  Free and open to the community.  Click here to register.


Tu BiShevat Seder

Sunday, February 5 at 5:30pm

Tu BiShevat is the celebration of the New Year for Trees and a great opportunity to celebrate the natural world and our connections to it, the State of Israel, and the wonder of creation overall.   The community is invited for a seder that will give us a chance to celebrate the natural world and the process of creation.  Through the different foods of Tu BiShevat we will experience and explore the world around us and the world within.  Our Tu BiShevat seder will include a light supper but no nuts.   Free to all.  Click here to register by Tuesday, January 31.  Generously sponsored by the Nadis Family Fund.  Contact Rabbi Rubenstein at with questions.


The Current Controversy Surrounding Israeli Judicial Reform
Tuesday, February 14 at 8:00pm

Israel’s new government has declared its intention to move forward with a controversial reform of the judiciary. The declared aim of the proposed reforms is to restore a proper balance among the branches of government. Opponents of the reforms argue that the proposals will undermine the checks and balances among the branches of government, grant overwhelming, unchecked power to the government, and threaten civil and minority rights. Join an expert in the Israeli legal system, Avinoam Sharon, to get a fuller understanding of Israel’s judicial system and these proposed reforms.  Avinoam Sharon is an editor and translator at the Israeli Supreme Court Project of the Cardozo School of Law and is

Editor-in-Chief of the Israeli Supreme Court Blog.  Click here to register and receive the Zoom link

Ritual Life at Beth Ahm 
Daily minyan is gathering in the Tauber Chapel in the morning and evening.  Shabbat morning services are held in the Haar Sanctuary and on an interim basis are also available via livestream.  Visit or click on the icon below.
For service times and additional details about ritual life at synagogue, click here.  

Big Enough to Enrich You.  Small Enough to Know You.



Sun, January 29 2023 7 Shevat 5783