Welcome to
Beth Israel
Congregation
Ann Arbor, Michigan
(734) 665 - 9897

UPCOMING EVENTS

August 24, 2018
  • Ann Arbor Community Shabbat Celebration with Free Shabbat Dinner
    August 24, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Please join Hillel again to celebrate Shabbat as a community. This event will have multiple service options, (including a service run by Rabbi Nadav Caine) a Tot Shabbat service (5:30 p.m.) and early dinner for families with children, communal…

August 25, 2018
  • Tot Shabbat
    August 25, 2018 at 11:15 am

    Tot Shabbat is our special Shabbat morning program for preschoolers and their parents with songs, stories, prayers, and the Shabbat "Mystery Box" Tot Shabbat meets on the second and fourth Saturday of each month downstairs in room 15. This program…

September 8, 2018
  • Tot Shabbat
    September 8, 2018 at 11:15 am

    Tot Shabbat is our special Shabbat morning program for preschoolers and their parents with songs, stories, and prayers, plus the Shabbat "Mystery Box." Tot Shabbat meets on the second and fourth Saturday of each month downstairs in room 15. This…

September 9, 2018
  • Erev Rosh Hashanah Celebration
    September 9, 2018 at 4:00 pm

    The Erev Rosh Hashanah Family Celebration (not a service) will be led by Rabbi Caine, Sarah Klein, and Davey Rosen. The program is geared towards preschool children through 4th grade and their parents, but all ages are welcome. The…

SPOTLIGHT

Jobs at Beth Israel

Beth Israel Religious School –

Education Department Office Assistant
K – 5th Grade Teacher
6th – 12th Grade Teacher

Beth Israel –

Librarian – Part-time

Click here for more information.

Shabbat in the Park

Friday, August 17, 6:00 p.m.

County Farm Park, 2230 Platt Rd.

It’s time for Shabbat in the Park, Beth Israel’s annual outdoor Kabbalat Shabbat service and potluck dinner at County Farm Park. Meet at 6:00 p.m. under the pavilions just inside the Platt Rd. park entrance. Participants are asked to bring a vegetarian (dairy or pareve) dish to share. Beth Israel will provide vegetarian lasagna, macaroni and cheese, drinks, and place settings, as well as grape juice for kiddush and challah for motzi. In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved to Beth Israel with the potluck held at the Garfunkel- Schteingart Activities Building at 2010 Washtenaw.

For all young families whose young ones need an earlier start time, feel free to join us a half hour earlier at 5:30 p.m. for playtime and a light snack at the park. Art activities and games will be provided.

Minyan Captain Substitutes Needed

Do you know how to daven Mincha and Ma’ariv? Are you interested in learning how? Would you be willing to lead minyan occasionally, even though you’re not interested in a weekly or bi-weekly commitment? We are looking to make a list of people who are willing to sub when a minyan captain is unable to daven on their regular night. Please email lisapbernstein@comcast.net if you would be willing to be contacted to sub on occasion. Thank you!

SERVICE TIMES*

Kabbalat Shabbat Services
Fridays at 6:00 p.m.

Shabbat Services
Saturdays at 9:30 a.m.

MINYAN TIMES

Sunday – Thursday
7:30 p.m.

*service and minyan times are as listed above unless otherwise specified on the calendar

Make A Donation

Beth Israel accepts donations in person, by mail, or online. Click here for donation information.

Beth Israel accepts online donations through Network for Good. Simply click the Network for Good logo to make your donation.

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Sign-Up for Minyan Online

We have a new Sign-Up Genius for minyan! Many of us have our calendars online. Sign-Up Genius makes it easy to commit to attend minyan and even receive a reminder, two days before. Take a look at your calendar and follow the link below to sign up to attend minyan. It’s an easy way to help make a minyan! Click here to Sign-Up for Minyan.

Celebrating Our Stories:
Jewish Life in Ann Arbor

Created in conjunction with the 2016 centennial celebration of Beth Israel Congregation in Ann Arbor, Michigan, this website highlights the history of Beth Israel and the greater Ann Arbor Jewish community. Using the stories we tell as a focus, the website presents audio recordings, photographs, and text that reflects our past, present, and future. Click here to go to the website.

Forms Now Online

PDF versions of our membership forms, High Holiday forms, and school registration can be found here.