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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 eretztzedakah 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.
From Rescued Food to Meals for the Hungry
Tuesday, June 22 at 10:00am
Last year, the Metro Food Rescue was able to save over 600,000 pounds of food directed to landfill and redistribute it to community organizations in need.  The tikkun olam team is partnering with the Food Rescue to prepare meals with rescued food.  If you would like to cook and package meals, click here to register.  Eight volunteers are needed.  Contact Debra Darvick at with questions. 
Shabbat in the Park(ing) Lot
Friday, June 25 at 6:00pm
Welcome Shabbat in the Beth Ahm parking lot.  Please bring a chair and a smile.  If the weather is poor, services will be in the sanctuary.  Contact Rabbi Rubenstein at with questions. 
The Jewish Press: A First Draft of Jewish History
Tuesdays in July at 7:30pm
For the last two centuries, Jewish newspapers around the world have epitomized the adage “Two Jews, three opinions.”  Whatever the event, Jewish journalists have expressed multiple often conflicting descriptions and interpretations of major events.  In this series, Professor Howard Lupovitch look at a few of these events and the varied interpretations in the Jewish press.  Specifically the Dreyfus Trial and the Affair, the Balfour Declaration, the Bernie Madoff Scandal, and the Abraham Accords.  Click here to register and a Zoom link will be emailed to you.
Diego Rivera and his Detroit Industry Murals
Thursday, July 8 at 1:30pm
Learn the complex and intriguing story behind Diego Rivera and his Detroit Industry Murals during this virtual tour. These impressive murals, located in the Rivera Court at the DIA, have been declared a National Historic Landmark.  Our presenter, Joel Stern, is a certified docent at the DIA, who has also completed extra study and research on this topic.  Joel will take us on a1-hour virtual tour of the murals, with time for Q & A.  This program is free and open to all ages.  Click here to register and a Zoom link will be emailed to you.  Organized by the Beth Ahm Sisterhood. 

Ritual Life at Beth Ahm 
Daily minyan is gathering both in-person and on Zoom in the evening and continues to meet on Zoom in the morning.
Shabbat morning services are in-person and also available via livestream.
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For complete details about religious services including times and Zoom links, click here.

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



Mon, June 21 2021 11 Tammuz 5781