We are now holding upcoming services on Zoom!
Please Contact Us for the link, as we are currently not publishing it due to recent Zoom-bombing issues reported around the country.
     The health of our congregants and our community is of primary
importance.
    
     "You shall serve the Lord your God, and He will bless your bread and your water, and I will take sickness away from among you."
Exodus 23:25.
Shabbat Service is conducted at
7:00 pm on the
First and Third Friday of each month.
We are looking for feedback on holding Saturday morning services, Hebrew classes, etc. please comment on the Contact Page!

Passover Seder 2020

** Cancelled **

But...our lay leader, Gene, and his family will be sharing their seder on Zoom!

See details on Events Page

Upcoming Parshas:

(Weekly Torah Portion)

Go to Worship Page for Weekly sermon preview!

 

Tzav Apr 4, 2020

Torah Portion:

Lev 6:1 – 8:36

 

Haftarah:

Jeremiah 7:21-28

Jeremiah 9:22-23

Words of Welcome

Temple Beth Am, “Temple of the People” welcomes you. Our kehillah kedosha, or sacred community, represents the rich diversity of the Jewish faith. Many of us are from Conservative and Reform backgrounds. We are also blessed by those who have chosen Judaism as their spiritual path as well as by those who are discovering and rediscovering their Jewish souls.

 

Temple Beth Am, an unaffiliated Jewish congregation, has served the Hemet/San Jacinto area since 1958.  We are dedicated to maintaining the Jewish faith, providing a center for Jewish life, and interacting with our neighbors through community outreach.

 

Our services are congregation-based. We encourage and welcome everyone's participation. Prayer services occur on the first and third Friday of each month. We celebrate the major Jewish holidays.

 

As part of our community outreach program, we offer Hebrew classes and Jewish education classes on an ongoing basis.

 

Temple Beth Am is a place where our Jewish spirits connect in meaningful ways. The kavanah, or the intention that brings us together for worship, unites us as a synagogue of “the people.”

 

Shalom,

Board of Directors

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