Welcome to Temple Beth Emeth and our website. We invite you to become a part of our active and activist congregation. Our community is built on its cooperative spirit where everyone contributes their fair share. No one is ever denied membership based on their ability to pay. We value diversity, and we welcome all who are interested in practicing and learning about Judaism, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or abilities. Our congregation includes many interfaith families and Jews-by-choice. Temple Beth Emeth's goal is to provide for the religious, educational, social, and social justice aspirations of all members.
The Cross and Star of David standing side by side on Packard Road symbolize Genesis of Ann Arbor, the joint corporation created by St. Clare's of Assisi Episcopal Church and Temple Beth Emeth. Genesis was established in 1975 to own, operate and maintain our shared facility. Each congregation maintains its distinct spiritual mission, though we have joint endeavors in advocating for social justice, keeping the building beautiful, and celebrating Thanksgiving and our musical heritages. To learn more about Genesis, click here.
TBE's Community Seder
Tuesday, April 3 | 6 pm
This year, TBE is hosting a Community Seder
on the 5th night of Passover in place of our usual
Second Night Seder. All are welcome!
The online ticket form closes
at Noon on Friday, March 30.
Friday, April 6
Shabbat Services 7:30 pm
Saturday, April 7
6:15 pm Wine & Cheese Reception
7 pm Conversation w/ Professor Adler
8 pm Concert
Come to Friday night services to hear some of Professor Adler's
Jewish liturgical music and on Saturday for a concert including
some of his secular music.
The cheese & wine reception is for advance ticket holders.
All ticket holders are invited to a 7 pm conversation with Professor Samuel Adler.