We are a congregation ofjoyful, spiritual, welcoming families and individuals


We warmly welcome all generations and religious backgrounds, including interfaith families, empty nesters, singles, LGBTQ, the scholarly and observant, and those new to Judaism.

We are bound together by a shared belief in a thoughtful and progressive approach to Judaism. With a deep respect for tradition, we seek to evolve as the world around us evolves. The creative spirit of our members fuels our community as together we learn, share lifecycle events, support each other and commit to Tikkun Olam (repairing the world). Join us!

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Bet Am Shalom is
gathering in person
and virtually.

Current Policy:

Masks are requested.
Proof of vaccination is required for indoor events.

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Single in a Couples' World? (Group 2)

This support group, sponsored by Refu’at HaNefesh...

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BAS Better Together

Thanks to a generous grant from Better Togetherᵀᴹ, BAS...

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Single in a Couples' World? (Group 1)

This support group, sponsored by Refu’at HaNefesh...

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Shorashim Program

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We bring Jewish Education
to a new level


At Bet Am Shalom, we value lifelong learning and we pride ourselves on offering many joyful and meaningful opportunities for members of all ages and all backgrounds to learn– from those new to Judaism to those who just want to know more to those who are scholarly. We offer learning opportunities through our early childhood, youth, family and adult programs.

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Meet Our Clergy


Our spirituality & congregational strength is inspired every day by Rabbi Lester Bronstein & Cantor Benjie Schiller.

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We recognize that each of us lives our Judaism in our own unique way


Bet Am Shalom is a community that encourages the participation and involvement of our members.

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Jewish Young(ish) Adults


Programs designed to bring together singles and young professionals of Westchester and surrounding areas.

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We strive to put the values of the Torah into action by performing loving acts of kindness

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Kabbalat Shabbat

Friday night at 6:15pm

Shabbat Service

Saturday at 10:00am

Morning Minyan Service

Sunday at 9:00am & Weekdays at 8:00am

Candle Lighting

Getting time.

This Week's Torah Portion

Getting portion.

Havdalah

Getting time.