Our members reach out to comfort each other during times of illness and mourning, and we celebrate together in times of joy. We also consistently reassure our oldest members, many of whom are no longer able to travel to Beth Am, that they are not forgotten.
To do that we actively engage individuals and families by helping connect them with each other, with their synagogue community, and with the teachings and values of Jewish tradition. This has proven to be an enriching experience for our members.
If you seek support, please click here to let us know.
For general questions about Congregant to Congregant, please contact Aimée Adashek at 410-615-6115.
Beth Am Chefs – Volunteers of all ages prepare meals that are stored in our freezer and delivered to congregants who are ill, in mourning or have had a new baby. Pans and tasty recipes provided! Sign up here.
New Baby! – Help prepare and deliver care packages for our newest members and their families. Care package items provided. Sign up here.
Meal deliveries – Help deliver meals to congregants who are ill or in need. Experience how grateful our members are to be thought of during difficult times! This is a nice activity to do with children. Sign up here.
Beth Am Drivers – Some of our congregants would love to join us for worship services or other events but do not drive. Sometimes congregants need rides to doctor appointments or other places. Please let us know if you can offer a ride so we can contact you if the need arises. Sign up here.
Mishloach Manot – On Purim, we deliver delightful baskets of hamantaschen and other treats to our older members who may no longer get around easily. Join in the fun of assembling and delivering these smile makers and help ensure that everyone has the opportunity to be happy – further foiling Haman’s wicked plans! Sign up here.
Loss of a loved one – Bring comfort to those in mourning by preparing and delivering a care package of Jewish books and other items for the family. Care package items provided. Sign up here.
Share your Seder – Do you have room at your Seder table for someone looking for a place to spend Passover? Let us know so if we hear of someone looking to share the holiday, we can make a match. Sign up here.
Supporting survivors and those experiencing domestic violence – We open our hearts and ears to you. As a community, Beth Am is here to help guide and support you. Please contact one of our rabbis or Dr. Beth Winter who inspires and leads our support efforts. She may be reached by email. Your contact will be held in strictest confidence. For general resources, click here.