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Religious Services

As public health circumstances have improved, the congregation continues to increase opportuities for in-person activity.  These steps are part of the transition to a full return to ritual life at synagogue.  We are excited to be taking these steps and look forward to seeing you at synagogue soon.
 
Morning Minyan:
     Sunday                   9:00am
     Monday-Friday       7:00am
For the time being, morning services will continue to meet on Zoom.  Click here to register and receive the Zoom link for weekday morning minyan.  Click here to register and receive the Zoom link for Sunday morning minyan.
 
Evening Minyan
     Sunday                        5:00pm
     Monday-Thursday       7:00pm
     Friday                          6:00pm
Evening minyan is meeting in-person in the lobby.  There is sufficient space in the lobby for even a larger-than-average minyan group.  In the near-term, evening minyan will continue to use Zoom so that people can join online.  Click here to register and receive the Zoom link for weekday services.  Click here to register and receive the Zoom link for Sunday evening services. 
 
As the congregation has throughout the pandemic, it will continue to follow a policy of counting a minyan only when there are 10 people gathered in one space.  While we have recited one kaddish at the end of weekday Zoom services, we have been operating without a minyan during this period.  As people join us in-person, we strive to have a minyan in-person each night.
 
Shabbat Morning
Shabbat services on Friday night and Saturday morning are conducted in-persom.  Online participation will be by livestream only.  Visit www.cbahm.org/livestream to join from home or click on the button below.
                                            
 
Face masks
The congregation strongly encourages vaccination - consistent with the Jewish value of pikuah nefesh (preservation of life).  Due to the current public health situation, face masks are required for all regardless of vaccination status.
 
We are all in the midst of a variety of transitions that are happening---in society, with our relatives and friends, and at Beth Ahm as well.  We are excited for the congregation to be able to meet in-person for ritual life.  Thank you for your patience, cooperation, and support as the congregation futher adapts to changes happening in the general community.
 
Marc Soble – President
Rabbi Rubenstein
David Goodman – Executive Director
Wed, September 22 2021 16 Tishrei 5782