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We deepen relationships to Judaism and our community by engaging the soul, heart, and mind.

Temple Beth Am welcomes the entire spectrum of our Jewish community: people of all ages, races, and abilities; interfaith families; and people who are single, partnered, straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. As a vibrant center of learning, we enable each member to reflect the holy.


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What's New

Annual Shabbat BBQ

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Temple Beth Am
Shake out your sandals and meet us in the Beth Am courtyard for a beach-themed BBQ after Shabbat services. Enjoy a delicious catered dinner, drinks, and dessert. Dinner includes a turkey burger/hot dog/veggie dog, salads, fruit, lemonade/beer /wine, and coconut cake for dessert.

Register by logging into ChaverWeb. Cost: $20 adults / $10 children (6-16 years old) / FREE for kids 5 and under and new members (contact Director of Community Engagment Alexis Kort for details)

High Holy Days 2018/5779

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More information and purchase High Holy Days tickets here.
Read our High Holy Days booklet. 

Homeless to Renter (H2R) Simchat Sukkot

Saturday, September 29, 7:15 PM
Temple Beth Am
Cost: $18

Join Rabbi Jason R. Levine and Linda Olsen, Housing Project Director with the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, to celebrate Sukkot at Temple Beth Am under the sukkah and support Temple Beth Am’s Homeless to Renter (H2R) program’s success in transforming lives. We will enjoy this festival – both under the sukkah and indoors – with food, good spirit, fellowship, and hope.

Linda has coordinated the Domestic Violence Housing First pilot project, which tested housing stability strategies for domestic violence survivors. This has evolved into a five-year demonstration and research project focusing on systems change and measuring long-term outcomes for survivors and their children. At this event, she will share her extensive experience in the field of domestic violence and its impact on surviving families with us. Register on ChaverWeb.

Holiday Honey

Do something sweet for your loved ones while supporting Temple Beth Am's Covenant Renewal Class by ordering holiday honey!

Each bottle of kosher honey is $12, packaged with a custom message. Order at Honey from the Heart to make the 10th Grade Covenant Renewal class trip to New York exceptional.

Your order must be placed by Wednesday, August 15 for guaranteed delivery for Rosh Hashanah.

Lowen-Kaplan Award Winner

Ronnie ShureAs the winner of Temple Beth Am’s 2018 Lowen-Kaplan Award, Ronnie Shure embodies Beth Am’s Mission (“We deepen relationships to Judaism and our community by engaging the soul, heart, and mind”) as well as its future with the Strategic Plan. According to Lowen-Kaplan Committee Chairperson Barbara Droker, Ronnie has given “hours of outreach, welcome, and training as our Shamus haGadol (soul, transparency). In addition, Ronnie has modeled leadership, intelligence, and caring through the Health Care for All Committee and participation at the state level to promote a single payer (health care) system (heart, adaptability).” (Click here to read Barbara Droker's article on Ronnie.)

Ronnie has been a Beth Am member since 1986 when he moved to Seattle from Norfolk, VA. He is active in the Beth Am community, serving on the Board of Directors, as the co-chair for the Religious Practices Committee and on the Health Care for All committee as well as being involved in Beth Am’s other tikkun olam committees, including the Interfaith and Intercultural Initiative and Homeless to Renter.

Beth Am Communications Lead Rachel Román asked Ronnie what it means to win the Lowen-Kaplan Award and being involved in our temple community and social advocacy. Click here to read the Q&A with Ronnie.

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