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Formed in 1892, Congregation Beth Ahm was established to provide opportunities to explore and practice Judaism in a warm and approachable environment. We continue to fulfill this mission through our core values.

Conservative:  We believe in the value of weaving Jewish traditions and ritual with flexibility and modernism.

Egalitarian:  We believe in the value of equal opportunity and participation in
congregational life.

Learning:  We believe in the value of nurturing religious and spiritual growth through the exploration of Torah and Jewish thought.

Family:   We believe in the value of community within our multi-generational and
child-friendly congregation.

Warmth:  We believe in the value of promoting an inviting, caring and welcoming environment where we demonstrate compassion toward others through Derech Eretz, Tzedaka
and Tikkun Olam.

Please join us on Shabbat or at an upcoming event to experience the beauty of our synagogue community.  Or, contact us for more information:

 

Today's Calendar

Purim
 
 
Morning minyan and Megillah reading at Bnai Israel
: 7:00a
 
 
Evening minyan
: 7:00p

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  • Saturday
    Mar  23
     
     
    Shining a Light on Senior Mental Health

    Shabbat, Mar 23rd 12:45p to 1:30p
    Join us after Shabbat lunch when we discuss how seniors, their families, and friends are mentally affected by a variety of age-related issues.

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  • Monday
    Mar  25
     
     
    Weiss and Nusbaum breakfast sponsor

    Monday, Mar 25th 7:45a to 8:30a
    Breakfast is sponsored by Ellen Weiss and family in memory of Kraindl Brenner and Barbara Nusbaum in memory of Abraham Nusbaum

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  • Tuesday
    Mar  26
     
     
    LIKE: The Impact of Social Media

    Tuesday, Mar 26th 7:00p to 9:00p
    Technology is a tool. It’s here to stay and social media platforms are a place to connect, share and care, but what’s really happening? Are we addicted? How do we stop? By understanding the effects of technology and social media we can learn how to navigate it more safely. LIKE explores the impact of social media on people of all ages—especially kids—and inspires us to live balanced and meaningful lives.

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  • Wednesday
    Mar  27
     
     
    Videostreamed Lifelong Learning

    Wednesday, Mar 27th 1:00p to 2:00p
    Join us for lively Jewish learning and conversation. Each week’s You Tube video is followed by brief informal discussion facilitated by Nancy Kaplan.Join us for lively Jewish learning and conversation. Each week’s You Tube video is followed by brief informal discussion facilitated by Nancy Kaplan.

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  • Friday
    Mar  29
     
     
    Weekend with Dena Weiss

    Friday, Mar 29th (All day)
    The community is invited for a weekend with Dena Weiss from The Hadar Institute in New York City. Join us Friday evening, March 29, for Shabbat dinner (advanced registration is required) and on Saturday, March 30, for lunch and learn. Dena will share thoughts, insights, and teachings, throughout the weekend. Visit the event page for a full schedule and to register.

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  • Friday
    Mar  29
     
     
    Rosen breakfast sponsor

    Friday, Mar 29th 7:45a to 8:45a
    Breakfast is sponsored by Evelyn Rosen in memory of her husband Steve Rosen

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  • Tuesday
    Apr  2
     
     
    Men's Club meeting

    Tuesday, Apr 2nd 7:30p to 8:30p
    Join us as we plan our upcoming events or come to talk about a new idea. For more information, contact Ron Jedwab at ron@lincorpborchert.com

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  • Wednesday
    Apr  3
     
     
    Videostreamed Lifelong Learning

    Wednesday, Apr 3rd 1:00p to 2:00p
    Join us for lively Jewish learning and conversation. Each week’s You Tube video is followed by brief informal discussion facilitated by Nancy Kaplan.Join us for lively Jewish learning and conversation. Each week’s You Tube video is followed by brief informal discussion facilitated by Nancy Kaplan.

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  • Saturday
    Apr  6
     
     
    Refugees in Michigan

    Shabbat, Apr 6th 12:30p to 1:30p
    Immigration is in the news. Join us after Shabbat lunch when Shrina Eadeh, Director of Resettlement Services for Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County, will share information and stories about local efforts to resettle and integrate refugees into society.

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  • Sunday
    Apr  7
     
     
    Family Feud annual gala

    Sunday, Apr 7th 5:30p to 8:30p
    There is a lot to celebrate because Beth Ahm is growing! This night of celebration includes dinner, drinks, and a chance to be part of a live game show. It will be an evening that you do not want to miss.

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