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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

USY Fall Kinnus
 
 
Shabbat Torah study
: 9:00a
 
 
Shabbat morning services
: 9:30a
 
 
Jordyn Berke Bat Mitzvah
: 9:30a
 
 
Shabbat minha service
: 4:45p
Havdalah
: 5:52p

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  • Saturday
    Nov  17
     
     
    Jordyn Berke Bat Mitzvah

    Shabbat, Nov 17th 9:30a to 12:00p
    Jordyn Leah Berke will become a Bat Mitzvah on November 17th, 2018. Jordyn is the daughter of Kevin and Debbie Berke. Proud grandparents are Kenneth and Nadine Berke and Midge and Jerry Appel. Jordyn is also the granddaughter of the late Lesley Appel. Jordyn is a student at Hillel Day School in Farmington Hills. She enjoys animals, music, shopping, and hanging out with her friends. For her mitzvah project she will be participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

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  • Tuesday
    Nov  20
     
     
    Men's Club planning meeting

    Tuesday, Nov 20th 7:30p to 8:30p
    Everyone is welcome to attend and assist the planning the social and educational activities that bring the men of Beth Ahm together. For more information, contact Ron Jedwab at ron@lincorpborchert.com

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  • Wednesday
    Nov  28
     
     
    The Jews of the Danube

    Wednesday, Nov 28th 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  1
     
     
    Meredith Shapiro Bat Mitzvah

    Shabbat, Dec 1st 9:30a to 12:00p
    Meredith Ann Shapiro will become Bat Mitzvah on December 1, 2018. Meredith’s parents, Evan and Sheri Shapiro, and her brother Daniel are so proud of her, as are her grandparents Joan Shapiro and Paul and Rena Gritt. She attends Hillel Day School and loves camp, swimming and performing in musical theatre, dance and stand up comedy. Her mitzvah projects include working with Children’s Hospital of Michigan to support the healing process for sick kids and their families and raising money for Debate It Forward, an education non-profit that promotes healthy discourse, self-confidence and critical thinking in youth through play-based programming.

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  • Sunday
    Dec  2
     
     
    Kershenbaum breakfast sponsor

    Sunday, Dec 2nd 9:30a to 10:30a
    Breakfast is sponsored by Ellen Kershenbaum in memory of her mother, Gert Kershenbaum.

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  • Tuesday
    Dec  4
     
     
    Hanukkah Party

    Tuesday, Dec 4th 6:00p to 8:30p
    Bring your favorite menorah and candles and join us as we light the 3rd candle and say the blessings as a synagogue family. Dinner featuring Beth Ahm’s famous “latke bar,” games, and amazement by Jeff the Magician. $7 per person, kids 3 and under are free. Advanced registration to 248-851-6880 or ablau@cbahm.org is required by November 30.

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  • Wednesday
    Dec  5
     
     
    The Jews of the Danube

    Wednesday, Dec 5th 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  8
     
     
    Mia Mechnikov Bat Mitzvah

    Shabbat, Dec 8th 4:30p to 11:00p
    Mia Mechnikov will become a bat mitzvah on December 8, 2018. Mia is the daughter of Daniella and Igor “Gabe” Mechnikov and sister to Pelli and Lev. She is the grandaughter of proud saba Natan HarPaz, Norma HarPaz z"l and Semën Mechnikov and Ida Mechnikov z"l. Mia is a student at Norup International School. She loves to do karate, be with family, listen to good music and to talk with her good friends. Mia is excited for her bat mitzvah and to continue her Jewish journey. Mia’s mitzvah project came out of her participation in the JARC/7th grade program from Hillel Day School. She found it very meaningful and continues to visit the JARC home she connected with.

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  • Monday
    Dec  10
     
     
    Jewish Mindfulness Meditation

    Monday, Dec 10th 7:30p to 9:00p
    Intro to Jewish Mindfulness Meditation with Dennis Blender, Ph.D This event is for everyone – beginners and more advanced practitioners. Session will include guided meditation and Jewish learning. No cost. Advanced registration is appreciated.

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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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Sat, November 17 2018 9 Kislev 5779