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Beth Israel is meeting in person and virtually for services. Friday Evening services (6:00 p.m.) and Shabbat Morning services (9:30 a.m.) are held in the sanctuary, and are streamed on our Zoom and YouTube links.  Weekday minyan meets by Zoom. 


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.

Service Times and Links

Friday Evening Services             Shabbat Morning Services

(In person and online)                                                    (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.

Guide to Shabbat Morning Service, click here.

Evening Minyan

Sunday – Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Zoom Link:
Download the weekday minchah and maariv Sim Shalom siddurs:

Upcoming Events and Other Learning Opportunities

All Events
  • Sunday ,
    JunJune  4 , 2023
    Social Action Committee Meeting

    Sunday, Jun 4th 10:30a to 11:30a


  • Wednesday ,
    JunJune  7 , 2023
    Theology Book Club via Zoom

    Wednesday, Jun 7th 8:00p to 9:00p
    Beth Israel Congregation's Theology Book Club welcomes you to join them to read together and discuss books on Jewish thought and beliefs.


  • Thursday ,
    JunJune  8 , 2023
    Summer Stroll with Rebecca Nieburt

    Thursday, Jun 8th 10:30a to 11:30a
    Take a walk with Rebecca Nieubuurt! No registration required, just show up!


  • Friday ,
    JunJune  9 , 2023
    All Of Tanakh Awaits Us

    Friday, Jun 9th 8:30a to 8:50a
    For the first few sessions, Leonore Mohill Gerstein will be our reader. On April 21st, she will read Ezekiel chapter 1. She will announce the second week’s reading at that time. We hope that, before long, other participants will volunteer to select and read a chapter.


  • Friday ,
    JunJune  9 , 2023
    Camp Style Shabbat
    Friday, Jun 9th 5:45p to 7:30p


  • Sunday ,
    JunJune  11 , 2023
    Green Team Meeting

    Sunday, Jun 11th 9:30a to 10:30a


  • Sunday ,
    JunJune  11 , 2023
    Jewish Community Meet up at Top of the Park

    Sunday, Jun 11th 5:00p to 7:00p
    Please join BIC, Federation, and Jewish Ann Arbor for a shmooze at Top of the Park! We will be at The Grove from 5-8 pm on June 11. There will be drinks, courtesy of Federation, and plenty of fun! Gather your friends and family and head to The Grove at 5. See you there!


  • Sunday ,
    JunJune  11 , 2023
    Annual Congregational Meeting, via Zoom
    Sunday, Jun 11th 8:00p to 9:00p


  • Wednesday ,
    JunJune  14 , 2023
    Terry Swartzberg: Stolpersteine and Jewish Life in Germany

    Wednesday, Jun 14th 6:30p to 7:30p
    Please join us on June 14th at 6:30 when Terry Swartzberg will be presenting a talk on “Stolpersteine'' or stumbling blocks that commemorate the lives of those lost in the Holocaust. 100,000 Stolpersteine have been placed in the ground in 1800 cities throughout Europe in the places that victims of the Holocaust lived. Terry’s work with his group J. E. W. S., Jews Engaged With Society, centers around commemoration of these lives as well as the joyful expression of Judaism through wearing a kippah for over 10 years and hosting Open Shabbats and other events for the wider community to build bridges, allay fear, and mobilize support for Judaism. Commemoration and courage and joyful Judaism: quintessence of Terry Swartzberg and his work. Born in New York and long-time international journalist based in Germany, Terry is a passionate advocate of individualized, person-to-person commemoration of the Holocaust. He has been honored by the German government, leading Holocaust museums, and leading museums around the world.



Nametag Requests

If you would like a name tag available for you and your family at Beth Israel services, please fill the form (click here) with the names (first and last) you would prefer. These nametags will be available in the foyer when you enter the building and should be returned when leaving. If you are interested in volunteering to help reorganize and alphabetize these name tags please indicate that on the form. Thank you!

Current Covid 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. 

Masking Policy at Beth Israel Congregation

Face masks are optional, but strongly recommended at all indoor Beth Israel events and required in the Beth Israel Religious School.

Beth Israel's vaccination policy remains unchanged. Vaccines and boosters are required for those who are eligible (ages 5 years old and up).

Sat, June 3 2023 14 Sivan 5783