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Beth Israel is meeting in person and virtually for services. Friday Evening services are temporarily held by Zoom only at 6:00 p.m.  Shabbat Morning services are held indoors in the sanctuary at 9:30 a.m. All services will remain on Zoom and YouTube under the regular links. Unless noted, weekday minyan and other events and classes will be held virtually for the time being. 


Beth Israel is also live streaming services and special events on our YouTube channel (Beth Israel Congregation AA MI). Click here to go to Beth Israel's YouTube channel.

Current Re-opening Guidelines

Click here to view the current guidelines for in-person events at Beth Israel Congregation. Please note that these guidelines may be adjusted as needed. 

Service Times and Links

Click here for 2021 Yizkor Booklet.

Friday Evening Services             Shabbat Morning Services

(Online only)                                                                     (In person and online)

Kabbalat Shabbat Service at 6:00 p.m.                       Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
Zoom Link:                  Zoom Link:
Click here to watch on YouTube.                                Click here to watch on YouTube.

Click here for the Shabbat Evening Prayerbook    Click here for the Shabbat Morning Prayerbook.

Evening Minyan

Sunday at 5:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday at 7:30 p.m. 
Zoom Link:

Download the Sim Shalom siddur for weekday services by clicking:
Weekday minchah siddur
Weekday maariv siddur

Rabbi Dobrusin's Talmud Study

Monday's at 4:00pm
Zoom Link:

Hebrew Text: Click here
English Text: Click here

Upcoming Events and Other Learning Opportunities

All Events


Rabbi Caine's High Holiday Sermons

Streaming Minyan: Taboo, or Adding Windows of Inclusion to the House of Israel?


Reversing the Curses Against Israel with History not more Scapegoating

Productivity or Presence: Changing our Relationship to Time

Leave the Victim Triangle: Going from Blamer to Creator

It's Time to End the Fertility Bias in Covenant: Our Shame in Shutting Out Those Without Children

Please Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19 as Soon as You Can

In support of the Jewish values of protecting life and health, Rabbi Caine, Rabbi Dobrusin, and the Board of Directors of Beth Israel Congregation urge all members who can, to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The available vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccination protects not only you, but also community members who have medical conditions that preclude vaccination and children who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated.

Learn more about where to get vaccinated by following this website, run by the Washtenaw County Health Department:

If you need assistance making an appointment, or getting to an appointment, please contact BIC’s Director of Engagement and Programming, Amanda Glucklich, at, and she will connect you with a congregant who can help. There are BIC volunteer drivers who are fully vaccinated and readily available to give you a ride.

Tue, January 25 2022 23 Shevat 5782