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Welcome to Congregation Beth Ahm!

Formed in 1892, Congregation Beth Ahm was established to provide
opportunities to explore and practice Judaism in a warm and approachable environment. We believe in the value of promoting an inviting, caring and welcoming environment where we demonstrate compassion toward others through derech eretz, tzedakah and tikkun olam.


Please join us to experience Congregation Beth Ahm at one of
these upcoming events or click on the calendar to see more.
Winedown Wednesday - October 4 at 6:00pm
You've made it halfway through the week so join us to celebrate Sukkot and relax with a glass of wine outside in the Beth Ahm sukka.  Desserts, music, and the company of your Beth Ahm friends complete the night.   This event is for those age 21 and older.  Click here to register by October 2.  If the weather is poor, the event will be in the social hall.  Sponsored by the Nadis Family Fund.
Book Club - Wednesday October 18 at 7:30pm
The Book Club is open to all in the community to share insights, consider different perspectives, and engage in thought provoking conversations about books that explore Jewish life, history, ideas, struggles, and values.  On October 18, we'll discuss The Latecomer by Jean Korelitz.  Click here for more information and to register.  Contact Marsha Fershtman at  with questions.  
Let's Bowl - Sunday, October 21 at 1:30pm
Bowling, prizes, food and fun.  Join us at Country Lanes (30250 West Nine Mile in Farmington Hills) for an afternoon on the lanes.  $10 per person (payable at the alley) includes shoes, 3 games, and snacks.   This friendly competition is for bowlers ages 13 and up, and is hosted by the Beth Ahm Men's Club.   Space is limited and advance registration is required by October 16.  Click here to register.  Contact Bob Breitman at with questions.
AI and Judaism - Beginning October 31
In November of last year, ChatGPT, a cutting-edge AI application, became available for free to the general public.  In the months since then, the Jewish world has exploded with possibilities about how Judaism might be impacted by AI and what Judaism might offer the AI conversation in turn.  In this on-line course with David Zvi Kalman we'll cover the current state of artificial intelligence, how we might expect Judaism to change as a result of this new technology, and whether Judaism has a unique response to the question that a machine can have a soul.  Click here to register and receive the Zoom link.
Beth Ahm Adult Retreat - November 3-5
It's time to get-away and relax with Beth Ahm friends.  This all-inclusive weekend at the Butzel Retreat Center at Camp Tamarack combines the beauty of nature and the atmosphere of Shabbat.  Hiking, delicious meals, learning, and more.  Your registration includes all activities, room, meals, snacks, fun, and the creation of new friendships and memories.  Arrive on Friday in the late afternoon.  The retreat will conclude on Sunday in the late morning.  Only $150 per person thanks to generous sponsorship by the Joseph & Frances Fetter FundSpace is limited.  Click here to register.   


Ritual Life at Beth Ahm 
Daily minyan is gathering in the Tauber Chapel in the morning and evening.  Shabbat morning services are held in the Haar Sanctuary and on an interim basis are also available via livestream.  Visit or click on the icon below.
For service times and additional details about ritual life at synagogue, click here.  

Big Enough to Enrich You.  Small Enough to Know You.



Fri, September 29 2023 14 Tishrei 5784