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Beit Am supports religious, educational, cultural, social, and charitable activities of the Jewish community in Corvallis and 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
Corvallis, Oregon 97330
phone: (541) 753-0067

Beit Am's Location

Rabbi Candidate Visits

The Rabbi Search Committee, is very pleased to announce that we will be hosting two rabbi candidates in February for weekend visits at Beit Am.  Please mark your calendars and plan to attend!

David Eber will join us from February 16-18.  He will be a 2018 graduate from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.

Josh Weisman will join us from February 23-25.  He will be a 2018 graduate from the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College.  

Our weekend schedule will be as follows:

Help build the new Beit Am Building!

Help build our new home!

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Who are we? Why are we building a new home for our community? Watch our video to learn the answers.

Open and Print the Pledge Form to help support the construction of a new building for the Jewish Community in Corvallis, Oregon.  

You can always make a one time donation...

We deeply appreciate your generosity. 

Beit Am is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations and payments to Beit Am, for which no goods or services are received, are tax deductible.

Host a Kabbalat Shabbat Oneg

Oneg means "Joy of the Sabbath" and since we are Jews, joy means "Let's eat!" 

Click here for guidelines on hosting an oneg for Kabbalat Shabbat Friday Service.

 Thank you for helping to make a joyful Shabbat!


Perfect Gift Book, From Aleph to Ze'ev: Excursions into Jewish Culture, History, Rituals, and Beliefs

Ze'ev Orzech, z"l, has created an exciting 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, with all proceeds going to Beit Am. Get the book here ...

Contact us by sending e-mail to The Beit Am Web Maven
To contact our office, send email to The Beit Am Office
To contact the newsletter editor, send email to The Beit Am Newsletter Editor
Questions about the New Building? Email us.

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