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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.

Socially distant but still connected.
Looking forward to seeing you online.
Click here to view the full calendar
along with these featured events.
Monday, May 25
Online Hang-out with Rabbi Rubenstein at 2:00pm - Click here to register.
Tuesday, May 26
A Conversation with Jonathan Warsh, Chief of Staff at The Michigan Dept. of Health & Human Services at 7:30pm
Beth Ahmer Jonathan Warsh has had a unique view of the current health crisis from his position as Chief of Staff at the Michigan Dept. of Health & Human Services. Join us for a conversation about how the Corona virus has impacted Michigan and the ways in which our state government have endeavored to confront these challenges.  Click here to register
Thursday, May 28
Tikun Leil Shavuot beginning at 8:00pm
The 1st evening of Shavuot has always been an important time for Torah study as we have gathered for our Tikun Leil Shavuot.  We’ve got you covered this year as well.  Beth Ahm will be learning together on Zoom. Click here to register.
Following the Beth Ahm program, we will join the Rabbinical Assembly for their live-streamed, all-night Tikun which will run from 9:00pm until the following morning at 9:00am (or, as long as you’d like to stick around).  The event will feature keynotes, panels, discussions, and music from master teachers across the continent.   Click here to view the schedule.  Click here to view the tikun on YouTube.


Sunday, May 31
The Book of Ruth and Yizkor at 10:30am

You are invited to join us for a post-Shavuot observance of the holiday.  We’ll begin with the reading of The Book of Ruth. This beautiful book explores the themes of commitment to people, to God, and to the value of Hesed/Love that we read every Shavuot.  Following The Book of Ruth, Rabbi Rubenstein will share a message.  Then, he and Ronn Nadis will lead a Yizkor service as we remember our family and friends.  Click here to register and Zoom information will be sent to you.

The Book of Ruth can be accessed by clicking hereClick here to view and download the Yizkor prayers.  Click here to view the Beth Ahm Yizkor book.

The community is invited to join for online for religious services.  Click on the individual service times for more information about registration and participation.

The Jewish Federation is working to care for vulnerable members of the community and to provide safe ways to connect.  Click here to get more information about services and programs available through Federation and its partner agencies.




Mon, May 25 2020 2 Sivan 5780