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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

 
 
Morning minyan
: 7:00a
 
 
Evening minyan
: 7:00p

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  • Wednesday
    Dec  12
     
     
    The Jews of the Danube

    Wednesday, Dec 12th 1:00p to 2:00p
    From its headwaters in Germany’s Black Forest to its final destination in the Black Sea, the Danube River flows through ten countries and over ten centuries of Jewish history. Great cities like Vienna and Budapest punctuate its course through East-Central Europe, the cradle of much of Ashkenazic civilization. We will explore the history of the great Jews and Jewish communities of the region, celebrating the magnificent cultural achievements of Danubian Jewry, commemorating its tragic destruction in the twentieth century—and examining signs of incipient rebirth as the irrepressible, exuberant spirit of Jewish creativity expresses itself along the shoreline in the 21st century. This video lecture series features Professor Henry Abramson of Touro College in Brooklyn NY. For more info contact Nancy by phone (248) 737-1931 or e-mail nancyellen879@att.net

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  • Saturday
    Dec  15
     
     
    Tot & Birthday Shabbat

    Shabbat, Dec 15th 10:45a to 11:30a
    Parents and/or grandparents are invited to attend with their pre-schoolers for a fun and interactive Shabbat experience with Rabbi Rubenstein. Kids will then join us for at end of service in the main sanctuary to receive a special blessing and gift during their birthday month. For more information, contact Rabbi Rubenstein at 248-851-6880 or ravsteven@cbahm.org

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  • Saturday
    Dec  15
     
     
    Kurtis-Koren lunch sponsor

    Shabbat, Dec 15th 12:00p to 1:00p
    Shabbat lunch is sponsored by Moshe and Shellie Kurtis-Koren in memory of Shellie's mother, Beverly Kurtis.

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  • Saturday
    Dec  15
     
     
    Tastings and Recipes

    Motzei Shabbat, Dec 15th 7:30p to 11:00p
    Join the Sisterhood for night of cocktails with complimenting appetizers, laughs, and friendship. $35 per person and advanced registration by December 10 is required. This event is at a private home in West Bloomfield and is open to both men and women. Address will be provided upon registration. Contact Sharona Shapiro at shapirolerner@gmail.com with questions or to register.

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  • Sunday
    Dec  16
     
     
    Men's Club football party

    Sunday, Dec 16th 12:30p to 4:00p
    Join the Men's Club for food, fun, and football. We'll hangout as the Lions play the Buffalo Bills. $20 per person includes lunch. Advanced registration to Ronn Nadis at sidanrn@gmail.com is required by December 10. The party is at a private home in Birmingham. Address will be provided upon registration.

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  • Monday
    Dec  17
    Jewish Mindfulness Meditation
    Monday, Dec 17th 7:30p to 9:00p

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  • Wednesday
    Dec  19
     
     
    The Jews of the Danube

    Wednesday, Dec 19th 1:00p to 2:00p
    From its headwaters in Germany’s Black Forest to its final destination in the Black Sea, the Danube River flows through ten countries and over ten centuries of Jewish history. Great cities like Vienna and Budapest punctuate its course through East-Central Europe, the cradle of much of Ashkenazic civilization. We will explore the history of the great Jews and Jewish communities of the region, celebrating the magnificent cultural achievements of Danubian Jewry, commemorating its tragic destruction in the twentieth century—and examining signs of incipient rebirth as the irrepressible, exuberant spirit of Jewish creativity expresses itself along the shoreline in the 21st century. This video lecture series features Professor Henry Abramson of Touro College in Brooklyn NY. For more info contact Nancy by phone (248) 737-1931 or e-mail nancyellen879@att.net

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  • Saturday
    Dec  22
     
     
    Strom lunch sponsor

    Shabbat, Dec 22nd 12:00p to 1:00p
    Shabbat lunch is co-sponsored Tzvi and Shirley Strom in celebration of Tzvi's Bar Mitzvah anniversary

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  • Wednesday
    Dec  26
     
     
    The Jews of the Danube

    Wednesday, Dec 26th 1:00p to 2:00p
    From its headwaters in Germany’s Black Forest to its final destination in the Black Sea, the Danube River flows through ten countries and over ten centuries of Jewish history. Great cities like Vienna and Budapest punctuate its course through East-Central Europe, the cradle of much of Ashkenazic civilization. We will explore the history of the great Jews and Jewish communities of the region, celebrating the magnificent cultural achievements of Danubian Jewry, commemorating its tragic destruction in the twentieth century—and examining signs of incipient rebirth as the irrepressible, exuberant spirit of Jewish creativity expresses itself along the shoreline in the 21st century. This video lecture series features Professor Henry Abramson of Touro College in Brooklyn NY. For more info contact Nancy by phone (248) 737-1931 or e-mail nancyellen879@att.net

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  • Wednesday
    Jan  2
     
     
    The Jews of the Danube

    Wednesday, Jan 2nd 1:00p to 2:00p
    From its headwaters in Germany’s Black Forest to its final destination in the Black Sea, the Danube River flows through ten countries and over ten centuries of Jewish history. Great cities like Vienna and Budapest punctuate its course through East-Central Europe, the cradle of much of Ashkenazic civilization. We will explore the history of the great Jews and Jewish communities of the region, celebrating the magnificent cultural achievements of Danubian Jewry, commemorating its tragic destruction in the twentieth century—and examining signs of incipient rebirth as the irrepressible, exuberant spirit of Jewish creativity expresses itself along the shoreline in the 21st century. This video lecture series features Professor Henry Abramson of Touro College in Brooklyn NY. For more info contact Nancy by phone (248) 737-1931 or e-mail nancyellen879@att.net

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Tue, December 11 2018 3 Tevet 5779