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Located in Seattle’s North End,
we are a Reform synagogue committed to helping Jews and their loved ones build a joyful, spiritual, caring, and egalitarian community.

TBA 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.

Voted "Best Synagogue" by the readers of Jewish in Seattle!

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Sukkot and Simchat Torah

High Holy Days Booklet 2016In the Jewish tradition, this special time of year is for renewal, reflection, and unity. In this spirit, our Temple Beth Am community comes together to worship, celebrate, and connect. We welcome everyone to be a part of our community and share in this time with us - whether you are a member, a guest, or someone new to TBA entirely.

For a look at our upcoming services for Sukkot and Simchat Torah, you can view them in our High Holy Days booklet here.

To view videos of some of our High Holy Days 5777 sermons, go to our Vimeo page. This includes Rabbi Ruth A. Zlotnick's stirring sermon on Kol Nidre.



Shabbat Sukkot and Cantor Victor Geigner Installation

Cantor Victor Geigner installationFriday, October 21
5:15 PM – Special Oneg 
6:15 PM – Kabbalat
Temple Beth Am will be holding a memorable Shabbat experience during Sukkot, also known as “Z’man Simchateinu,” the time of our joyous celebration. During a special oneg, we will gather in the sukkah and Social Hall before services to greet Cantor Victor Geigner and his wife, Shirley; feast on savory treats and wine; and anticipate the joyful Kabbalat Shabbat Service for Sukkot that will include Cantor Geigner’s installation as Temple Beth Am’s first ordained chazzan.

In honor of Cantor Geigner’s installation, please join us in supporting local refugee families through TBA's Refugee Resettlement Task Force and the Interfaith and Intercultural Initiative. You can help by bringing a gift card to Cantor Geigner’s installation or sending one to TBA. Gift cards can be donated in any amount (write the amount on the gift card, please) to Visa Cash, Target, Fred Meyer, Walmart, or Dollar Store.


Homeless to Renter (H2R) Simchat Sukkot

H2R Simchat Sukkot Flyer 2016

Please register by Wednesday, October 19. Members and guests can register by going to https://www.chaverweb.net/Congregant/SignUp.aspx?key=T23712060321&sid=3576Then go to "Events" and choose "Simchat Sukkot." Please call the office at 206-525-0915 for any questions.



Best of Jewish Washington 2015
As voted by readers of "Jewish in Seattle" magazine

We made a great showing in this year's "Best of Jewish Washington"!

  • Best Synagogue (tied with Minyan Ohr Chadash)
  • Best Cantor/Hazzan: Wendy Marcus
  • Best Hebrew School
  • Best Adult Education
  • Best Educator Runner-up: Rabbi Janine Schloss
  • Best Rabbi Runner-up: Rabbi Jason Levine
  • Best Youth Group Runner-up: BATY
  • Best Local Musical Act Runner-up: Shawn’s Kugel

Mazel tov to all of the winners, both at TBA and throughout the city, and to all of you who have made TBA a place people feel is one of the Best in Seattle!

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Fri: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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