Monday, December 22, 2014

House of the People



 



Congregation Beth Am is a strong and loving congregational community dedicated to the enrichment and perpetuation of the greater Reform Jewish community.  We are able to accomplish our mission through our passionate dedication to the Jewish ideals of Avodah (Worship), Talmud Torah (Lifelong Learning), and Tikkun Olam (Social Action), all within the context of building a better world.  We are the House of the People.

Beth Am's website is where you will learn about our temple, and find plenty of up-to-date information about our congregation, our programs, our leadership, and our Hebrew School. Congregation Beth Am is a Reform Jewish congregation.  The Synagogue and temple is located in Buffalo Grove, Illinois which serves the Northwest Chicago suburbs of Buffalo Grove, Vernon Hills, Arlington Heights, Long Grove, Lincolnshire, Libertyville, and Wheeling.  We feel we have some of the best programming amongst Jewish Reform congregations and temples.

Our congregation is led by Rabbi Lisa Sari Bellows and Rabbi Richard Prass is our Director of Education.  Congregation Beth Am is a vibrant community that welcomes you to find your spiritual home within our Beth Am family.  We have worship opportunities and programming for people of all ages ranging from Family Shabbat to Adult worship, in addition to youth programming and special guest speakers for adult learners.

 


Points oF Interest:

Dec. 19 - Shabbat Chanukah Celebration, 7:00pm Abbott Court

Jan.  11 – Sisterhood Learn to crochet

Jan. 19 - Book Discussion group

Jan. 25 - Sisterhood Mah Jongg Tournament

Jan. 30-Feb. 1 – Adult Kallah

Feb. 5 - Sisterhood Tu B’shevat Seder

Feb. 8 – Tu Bishvat Community Celebration

Apr. 11 - Men’s Club Wolves event

June 14-24 - Interfaith Israel Tour

 

 

  
 
 
Worship
 

Torah Study

Dec. 13, 9:00am-9:45am

 

Service Hours:

Friday, December 19

7:00pm   Hanukkah Celebration and Shabbat evening worship (at Abbott Court)

**Note new starttime

 

Friday, December 26

6:30pm   Shabbat evening worship (at Abbott Court)

**Note earliertime

 

Friday, January 2            

6:30pm   Shabbat evening worship (atAbbott Court)

**Note earliertime