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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.
Volunteer Appreciate Shabbat
Friday, June 7 at 5:00pm
Join us as we celebrate the many ways in which volunteerism enriches life at Beth Ahm and in the community.  Arrive at 5:00pm to make cards and write messages for soldiers in Israel.  Kabbalat Shabbat services will begin at 6:00pm and will include reflections from Carol Kent about her volunteer experiences in Israel.  A special oneg (light meal) will be hosted in celebration of the congregation's volunteers following Kabbalat Shabbat services.  Everyone is invited.  Volunteer Appreciation Shabbat is generously sponsored by the Amy Harvey Volunteer Appreciation Fund.  If you will be staying for the oneg, click here to register by June 3.
Slow Roll with the Men's Club
May 22, May 29 and June 5 at 6:00pm
Everyone is invited for a casual and fun bike ride on the West Bloomfield Trail.  This 1-hour ride is hosted by the Beth Ahm Men’s Club and will begin promptly at 6:00pm.  Arrive 15 minutes early to get ready. Helmets are required.  We’ll meet at Belle Tire (1919 Haggerty Road in Commerce Township).  Contact Ron Jedwab at or 248-892-8684 with questions.
Jewish Art and Artists at the DIA
Sunday, June 2 at 9:30am
Everyone is invited to join the Beth Ahm Sisterhood and Barbara Cohn from JHSM for a guided tour at the DIA.  Jewish Historical Society of Michigan Jewish Connections of the DIA Tour highlights Jewish art and artists.  Meet at Beth Ahm at 9:30am to carpool to the DIA.   Click here to register by May 30.  Contact Janet Pont at with questions.  Hosted in partnership with The Jewish Historical Society of Michigan.
Tot Shabbat: Friday Night with Dinner
Friday, May 31 at 5:30pm
Singing, stories, and Shabbat. Families with kids ages 5 and under are invited to join Anna Gartman and Rabbi Rubenstein for a Friday night edition of Tot Shabbat.  A casual and family-oriented dinner follows.  $36 per household.  Click here to register for dinner by May 22.  Unfortunately, late registrations cannot be accepted.  Generously sponsored by the Stern Family Fund and the Etta B. Zivian Youth Education Fund.


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.



Tue, May 21 2024 13 Iyyar 5784