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Welcome to Temple Beth Emeth!

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.


2nd Night Seder at TBE

2nd Night Seder Tickets On-Sale
Saturday, April 4 | 6 pm

Led by Rabbi Levy & Cantor Hayut.
Catered by Simply Scrumptious.

Menu: lemon-thyme chicken or goat cheese spinach flan
green salad | roasted carrots | parsley-buttered potatoes
Passover Cookies

Cost: $25/adult (ages 13 & older), $15/child (ages 4-12).
Children ages 3 & under free if sharing with an adult.
Purchase online or call the office.

Click here for our 2015 Passover Guide.


Upcoming at TBE

No Hebrew or Religious School
Friday, April 3 through Sunday, April 12
Parents, please mark your calendars: No school in observance of the Passover holiday.

Beyond the Pentateuch: The Rest of the Hebrew Bible
Thursday, April 9 | 7:30 pm
Professor Julian Levinson teaches Ruth from a literary perspective. Contact Leonore Gerstein for materials or information.

Passover Service & Luncheon
Friday, April 10 | 11 am-1 pm
Join us for a special service for Passover in the Chapel followed by a luncheon in the Social Hall. Please RSVP to Sarah at skrell@templebethemeth.org.

14th Annual Ann Arbor Jewish Film Festival
Sunday, April 12 through Thursday, April 16
Come watch critically-acclaimed and award-winning films, including a selection sponsored by TBE. Visit www.jccannarbor.org for more information.

TBE Sponsors "Flory's Flame" Documentary
Sunday, April 12 | 6:30 pm | Michigan Theater
Flory Jagoda's 1 hour documentary, "Flory's Flame," will be the opening and highlight feature movie at the Ann Arbor Jewish Film Festival at the Michigan Theater. This is the story of a woman, a Holocaust survivor, that devoted her entire life to teaching and performing Sephardic/Ladino music.

Movie Viewing & Dinner with Sisterhood
Tuesday, April 14 | 6 pm | Cottage Inn
8 pm | Michigan Theater 
Members of Sisterhood are invited to attend the viewing of Gett, a critically acclaimed Israeli film about a woman's battle to secure a divorce, part of the Jewish Film Festival. Please contact Simone Yehuda at simone.yehuda@gmail.com if you would like to join us for dinner beforehand.

Ripples of Hope: An Introduction to ICPJ
Tuesday, April 14 | 7-8 pm | TBE Adult Lounge
Join us for this one-hour informational event to share ICPJ's work for peace and justice in our community. Refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Bob Milstein at milsteinfamily@comcast.net or call 663-1870.

Shabbat Service and Commemoration of Yom HaShoah
Friday, April 17 | 7:30 pm
This very special service was developed by members of Generations After, TBE's group of Holocaust survivors and their descendants. The congregation will be invited to rise and join in the recitation of names of any family members lost in the Holocaust. Please note that this service will run longer than our traditional
Shabbat services.

Trinkets and Treasures
Sunday, April 19 | 7:30-9:30 pm | TBE Social Hall
Come browse a collection of much loved, gently used and new items. Entry fee is $10. Contact Sisterhood at Trinkets7Treasures@gmail.com if you would
like to donate items.


Live Web Streaming

To watch Friday night Shabbat Services, please go to: www.templebethemeth.org/live
This link is not active until 30 minutes before the service.

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