Welcome to Temple Beth Am of Merrick and Bellmore!
Temple Beth Am of Merrick and Bellmore is a synageogue of Reform Judaism. Our belief seeks to balance tradition with human needs of the past, present and future. Our synagogue works to provide a respectful and stimulating environment. 

Temple Beth Am is a house of worship, a house of Jewish study and a community house welcoming traditional and non-traditional families, couples and individuals of various lifestyles. Temple Beth Am is a place that recognizes prayer with Jewish education as a lifelong process. Through religious school and adult education programs we instill upon ourselves and our children the meaningful life of being Jewish. Our synagogue preserves reform Jewish values and traditions now and for the future. 

Temple Beth Am has adopted a VOLUNTARY PLEDGE MODEL. Join or renew your membership online today!

NOTE: The office will be closed Mon Jan 18.

Appropriate social distancing and masks are required for all services. 

Shabbat Evening ServiceFri Jan 22, 8:00 PM
NO Shabbat Morning Service: Sat Jan 23


  • Congregational Meeting Jan 27 A regularly scheduled congregational meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 8:00 PM, on Zoom. All attendees will need to PRE-REGISTER at least 2 hours ...
    Posted Jan 12, 2021, 3:52 PM by Beth Am Webmaster
  • Blood Drive Jan 24
    Posted Jan 10, 2021, 6:12 PM by Beth Am Webmaster
  • Night of Communal Prayer Nov 18 (Click on the image to connect to the Zoom meeting)
    Posted Nov 20, 2020, 9:03 AM by Beth Am Webmaster
  • “Not” Dinner in the Sukkah: Oct 2 CHAI SOCIETY PRESENTS“NOT” DINNER IN THE SUKKAHFri Oct 2, 2020, 6:30 PMErev Sukkot services following at 8 PM in the sanctuary.OUTDOOR DININGDinner in the ...
    Posted Oct 4, 2020, 4:35 PM by Beth Am Webmaster
  • Food Drive July 7
    Posted Jul 10, 2020, 1:44 PM by David Plass
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View of Temple Beth Am main entrance on Merrick Ave.View of Temple Beth Am sanctuary