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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.

Physically distant but Jewishly connected.
Looking forward to seeing you online.
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      to see all that is happening
          along with these featured events.
 
 
 
 
Playing Telephone: The Challenges of Indirect Communication
Thursday, July 9 at 7:00pm
Just like the game of telephone, the Bible shows us what can happen when a message Is passed along indirectly. We’ll explore three stories to see the ups and downs of indirect communication. We’ll explore aspects of the stories of Adam and Eve, The Naming of Benjamin (to Rachel and Jacob), and the announcement of Samson’s birth.  For more information and to participate, click here.
 
Online Bingo
Sunday, July 12 at 7:00pm
Cool prizes and a lot of fun.  Everyone is invited to play online bingo.  Participating is easy.  Click here to register. Then, click here to get your bingo cards.  Select the option for free cards and follow the instructions get and print your cards.  Hosted by the Beth Ahm Sisterhood.
 
Renegade Rabbis
Tuesday nights in July at 7:30pm
The great Jewish historian Gershom Scholem notes that ideas and beliefs that appeared, at first, radical and heretical to Judaism sometimes wound up transforming and becoming an integral part of Jewish belief and identity. In this series, Professor Howard Lupovitch examines four rabbis (Israel Ba’al Shemtov, Sherwin Wine, Meir Kahana, and Zalman Schachter-Shalomi) who were condemned as renegades but whose ideas reshaped what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century.  Click here to register.

The community is invited to join for online for religious services.  Click on the individual service times for more information about registration and participation.
 
 
 
If you need a copy of Siddur Sim Shalom or a Humash to join online services, we are happy to deliver them to you.  Contact Rabbi Rubenstein at ravsteven@cbahm.org to request books.

The Jewish Federation is working to care for vulnerable members of the community and to provide safe ways to connect.  Click here to get more information about services and programs available through Federation and its partner agencies.

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Mon, July 6 2020 14 Tammuz 5780