Temple Beth Am was founded in, and was originally located in Henrietta. In 2014, the original building was sold, and the congregation relocated to the Temple Brith Kodesh building in Brighton.
Temple Beth Am was the first conservative temple in Rochester to allow both men and women to fully participate in services on an equal basis. The temple was also the first in the area to hire a female rabbi, fully demonstrating its egalitarian philosophy.
The small size of this congregation affords members the opportunity to fully participate in services and leadership roles. The atmosphere creates an intimate feeling of friendship and family for all. Informal luncheons, an annual summer picnic, and shabbat dinners further promote the welcoming message of the congregation.
The congregation has adopted a voluntary annual contribution policy so that no member of the community should be denied membership because of an inability to pay.
We focus on: Religion
Where we are: Monroe
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