Congregation Am HaYam depends upon financial support from our members, community friends, and fund-raising events.  We appreciate every contribution as it allows us to provide more meaning and valued services to our community. There are many ways give.


Please consider joining Congregation Am HaYam and becoming a Member.


Your Donation , in any amount, allows us to maintain our synagogue and continue offering services and programs.  You may donate online through Paypal Here, or contact Brenda Rich at

Mishloach Manot is our Purim fundraiser where our congregants send bags filled with Hamantaschen, candy and other goodies to friends and family.


We sell Scrip (link) which enables us to purchase gift cards to hundreds of highly frequented businesses who in turn have agreed to donate a percentage of the sale to our congregation. Once you choose your scrip, please contact our President, Brenda Rich  at president@CongregationAm, and she will instruct you on how to purchase

Torah Maintenance Fund Campaign

All three scrolls need restoration, cleaning, new appraisals (to update our insurance), and more (for example, one scrolls needed new atzei chayyim (wooden rollers).  We hope that every CAH member and friend will contribute to this holy task. We invite you to consider the following levels (Click Here) of giving, named for one of the five books of the Torah.   To support our campaign with a PayPal donation, click here. (Be sure to click he option to “cover fees”)  To get our address to send a check, click here.   Thank You!

Estate Planning

Estate Planning is an effective way to help secure Congregation Am HaYam’s future. If you are considering this, please contact your tax professional or

In whatever way you are able to give, we appreciate your support.  Thank You.

Thank You!

We wish to thank the many donors who contributed to making this website possible.

Anonymous, Janice & Amnon Aharon-Ezer and Family,

Fil Barton, Marc Goldman, Donna Gustafson,

Miriam & Darryl Mack, Ruth Resnick, Lee Rothchild,

Lois Lebman, Judye & Rick Newberger,

Rabbi J.B. Sacks & Steven Karash