Prayer

Temple Beth Am offers multiple worship opportunities for members and visitors.

Daily Minyan

Do a mitzvah by attending Temple Beth Am's daily morning and evening minyanim, led by a group of dedicated lay people. If you are saying kaddish after the death of a loved one, observing a yahrzeit, or if you want to begin or end your workday with a moment of communal warmth and spiritual reflection, this is the place for you.

Services indoors are only open to those who are vaccinated. To come into our service, please register your card here or bring your card with you to show security for entry.

Daily Minyan Calendar


MORNING MINYAN:
Weekday Mornings at 7:30 AM | Sundays & Federal Holidays at 8:00 AM
Rosh Hodesh & Chol Hamo'ed 7:15 AM Zoom

EVENING MINYAN: 6:30 PM Sunday-Thursday Zoom 

NOTE: Minyan times are subject to change.*

Friday Night Shabbat

On Ziering Family Field & In Your Home
Our community comes together on Ziering Field for minha, Kabbalat Shabbat, and Ma'ariv led by the TBA clergy and/or rabbinic interns. Come in-person, or join on Zoom to engage virtually.

Shabbat Sovev On the first and third Friday nights of each month (watch the calendar for exceptions), we'll circle up in song as we feature beloved contemporary & classic a cappella tunes with TBA clergy in live harmony. Alternating Friday evenings will be "Neshama Minyan"-style, highlighting classic nusah & Carlebach melodies.

Community Shabbat Dinner

Enjoy a warm, comforting and delicious meal as you celebrate Shabbat with TBA. We will come together for services, whether you join us on the field or from your Shabbat table, say the blessings together and leave you to enjoy a taste of TBA for dinner. 

Click here for reservations.

Shabbat Services

Shabbat Afternoon

Conclude Shabbat in a warm setting that includes worship, and study. The Minha/Maariv Services are lay-led, under the guidance of our Rabbis and Rabbinic Interns. The rabbis teach Torah during the traditional Seudah Shlishit (3rd Shabbat meal). Shabbat Afternoon Zoom

Questions?

Questions about any of our prayer services? Contact Susan Nemetz in the Rabbinic office:
310-652-7354 x210 or snemetz@tbala.org