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
5075 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield MI 48322
Congregation Shaarey Zedek is a warm, welcoming, inclusive and egalitarian Conservative Jewish community. We provide innovative, stimulating and diverse spiritual, educational, leadership and social opportunities that nurture our love and commitment to Jewish life.
Rabbi Mitch Parker. B’nai Israel Synagogue is an egalitarian, lay-led Conservative congregation operating within the Temple Kol Ami building. We provide religious, educational and social opportunities that reflect our commitment to Judaism, our members of all ages and our community.
The Downtown Synagogue is a broadly inclusive and responsive institution, creating a welcoming environment in the heart of Downtown Detroit. We are an egalitarian synagogue, rooted in Jewish tradition and affirming of pluralistic practice, providing a hub for meaningful engagement and collective action in support of the Jewish community as well as the general community of Metropolitan Detroit. We hold free High Holiday services and regular Shabbat services year round, as well as holiday observances and adult and children’s programs. We look forward to welcoming you into our synagogue and community.
Rabbis: Aaron Bergman Rachel Shere Herbert Yoskowitz Emeritus; Hazzan Daniel Gross. Adat Shalom is a vibrant Conservative congregation with an outstanding religious school and diverse innovative programs for families and children of all ages. Creative caring and energetic clergy staff and lay leaders work together to design educational spiritual social and social action programs that engage and serve the needs of a diverse membership.
AdatShalom@home virtual services: Sunday through Friday 8:00 a.m.; Shabbat 9::00 a.m.; evening services daily – times vary throughout the year. Consult our schedule at adatshalom.org/calendar for service times and the most up-to-date changes.
Congregation Shir Tikvah is an
innovative yet traditional friendly
and inclusive congregation valuing
diversity where all can seek God
and strengthen spiritual social
educational and cultural aspects of
Jewish life. We are affiliated with both
the Reform and Renewal movements.
As a bridge between our membership
community and the State of Israel
Shir Tikvah embraces our heritage
provides continuity and encourages the
evolution of Judaism into the future. We
off er Friday-evening Shabbat services
(times vary) and some Saturdays at 10
a.m. Our outstanding Sam and Jean
Frankel Family Education Program
provides a pre K-12th-grade religious
school as well as a variety of enrichment
opportunities for adults. Rabbi Alicia Harris.
Temple Israel is a welcoming Reform congregation achieving its religious and ethical mission through spiritual fulfillment, dynamic programming, life-long learning, cultural enrichment and social responsibility. A remarkable team of clergy leads our congregation with powerful inspiration, appealing to people of all ages. The Audrey & William Farber Endowment Fund supports the Susan & Rabbi Harold Loss Early Childhood Center, the area’s only Jewish preschool with a four-star “Great Start to Quality” rating. Highly-qualified teachers, a nurturing environment and the latest technology result in an incredible educational foundation. Come experience what makes Temple Israel so special!
5725 Walnut Lake Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48323
Tyner Religious School: (248) 661-5725
Early Childhood Center: (248) 661-5750
Temple Kol Ami is a Reform Congregation, located in West Bloomfield, committed to Jewish values, education and spiritual growth. The Temple is committed to creating a warm, friendly, family oriented environment that is dedicated to providing a sense of support and community for all of its members while it seeks to strengthen the bonds of loyalty with Jews everywhere.
Welcome home. Led by Rabbi Shalom Kantor and Cantor Earl Berris, we “welcome home” our members, family and friends in our warm, inviting community. At B’nai Moshe, you will find smiling faces, caring hugs, a warm handshake, a caring community, an award-winning school for your children, inspirational religious services and the best kiddush in town. We are your family you just haven’t met yet. And for all this, there is no need to thank us. It’s what we do. Welcome home.
We are a welcoming, inclusive and family-friendly Reform synagogue situated closest to Detroit in an inner-ring suburb. We are a congregational family who cares about each of our members and friends. Led by Rabbi Matthew Zerwekh and Cantorial Soloist Kelly Onickel, our egalitarian worship offers opportunities for prayer, spirituality and meditation that meld tradition with modernity through prayer, meditation and song. Through our social action programs, we affirm our commitment to tikkun olam — repairing the world — through various activities and areas of engagement with the greater Detroit community. We are committed to living out the commandment of teaching our children through two strong educational offerings for the youngest in our community — our Early Childhood Community (infant to pre-K) and Yachad religious school (K-12) — and we pride ourselves on the varied and relevant adult education offerings we provide. We are a congregation that is large enough to offer unique programming and strong educational offerings, but small enough for our members to enjoy individual relationships with our rabbi and each other. Please join us for Erev Shabbat, Shabbat morning, Shabbat for youngsters, and holiday and festival services.
A Reform Synagogue serving the Metropolitan Detroit Area, we are inclusive, welcoming, and just the place for anyone with questions they want to ask, a willingness to learn, and the desire to be part of a caring community.
5725 Walnut Lake Road
West Bloomfield Township, MI 48323
EREV ROSH HASHANAH:
Friday, September 18
5:30 pm: Service for Adults and Families
7:30 pm: Service for Adults and Families (re-broadcast)
ROSH HASHANAH DAY:
Saturday, September 19
10:30 am: Service for Adults and Families
11:30 am: Children’s Service
1:00 pm: Adult Education Class
2:30 pm: Service for Adults and Families (re-broadcast)
2:30 pm: Adult Education Class
4:00 pm: Children’s Service (re-broadcast)
SECOND DAY ROSH HASHANAH:
Sunday, September 20
10:00 am – 5:00 pm: Tashlich at Temple
Sunday, September 27
5:30 pm: Live Virtual Candle Lighting w/Clergy
7:00 pm: Adult Service
8:30 pm: Adult Service (re-broadcast)
YOM KIPPUR DAY:
Monday, September 28
10:30 am: Adult Service
11:30 am: Yizkor
1:00 pm: YFTI-led Family Service
2:00 pm: Adult Education Class
3:00 pm: Children’s Service
3:30 pm: Mincha Moments
4:30 pm: Adult Experience/Meditation
6:30 pm: The Well Young Adult Experience
6:30 pm: Havdalah/Neilah
Visit our website http://www.temple-israel.org/HHD for more information.