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Beit Am supports religious, educational, cultural, social, and charitable activities of the Jewish community in the Mid-Willamette Valley in Oregon, USA. The mid-Willamette Valley includes the towns of Albany, Blodgett, Dallas, Depoe Bay, Lebanon, Monmouth, Newport, Philomath, Seal Rock, Sweet Home, Tangent, and Waldport, as well as Corvallis.
P.O. Box 1143
Corvallis, Oregon 97339-1143
625 NW 36th Street
phone: (541) 753-0067
Beit Am's Location
We are beginning a group to support individuals on a journey of learning and deepening connection to Jewish tradition. If you were not called to the Torah as a bar or bat mitzvah when you were younger and are interested in exploring it now, please join us. In the context of this community of fellow travelers, each person will study and practice for several months, culminating in a ritual next year in which each member of the group chants from the Torah and shares some of his or her learning.
Men’s Cold Weather Shelter Beit Am joins together with other ecumenical groups in Corvallis to sponsor a shelter for men to stay overnight when the weather turns bitter cold. This provides a warm, safe place for the men to sleep and to stow their belongings during the day. Volunteers provide an evening snack and assist the paid, trained staff. One male volunteer stays overnight. Beit Am generously volunteers to cover the week which includes Christmas; this year we are scheduled for the week of December 22– 27.
Join us on the fifth night of Hanukkah for a delicious latke dinner, musical entertainment, and dancing!
First Congregational Church
4515 West Hills Rd, Corvallis
Contact email@example.com for more information!
The Forest Sanctuary shown above is open for use by the Beit Am community!
It is located on our Harrison street property. You can get there by parking in the lower lot (off Harrison St) and walking the hill, or if you have an SUV, you might drive up to the top and park near the sanctuary.
A Siddur that can be referenced online.
Ze'ev Orzech has created an exciting new book comprised of 110 easy-to-read mini-essays exploring the rich depths of Jewish religion, history, culture and traditions. The book, From Aleph to Ze'ev, is available for purchase online through Createspace.com, with all proceeds going to Beit Am. Get the book here ...