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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.


No Hebrew School Mon., March 2 & Wed., March 4

There will be No Hebrew School
Monday, March 2 & Wednesday, March 4
so Families can celebrate Purim on Wednesday | March 4 at 5 pm!

Upcoming at TBE


Pre-Order Your Hamentashen
Sisterhood is once again selling delicious hamentashen for Purim.  On sale for $1.75/each or $5/for 3 of same flavor. Pre-order here to reserve your favorite flavors! Also for sale at Purim Carnival.

Megillah Reading & Purim Carnival
Wednesday, March 4 |  5 pm
Festivities begin in the Sanctuary with the Megillah reading followed by a fun carnival! Pizza, snacks, games and prizes! Come in costume! Pizza is $1/slice or prepay for a full pizza for $10.

Adult Purim Extravaganza Fundraiser
Saturday, March 7 | 7 pm | TBE
$36/presale, $40/door.   Costume contest, live & silent auction, talent competition, casino games, dancing, cash bar, small plates! Buy your tickets here!

Genesis Informational Meeting
Sunday, March 8 | 2:30 - 4:30 pm | Sanctuary

Everyone Welcome!

You’ll have the opportunity to:

·        Meet Peter Norlin, the consultant who’s assisting us with the design and facilitation of this project.
·        Hear about the approach and plans we’re developing to guide us through a sequence of important conversations.
·        Contribute to the information we’re collecting that will help us articulate and respond to “the most pressing question that Genesis must answer now.”  

Nosh & Nowledge with Clare Kinberg
Monday, March 9 | 7 pm OR Thursday, March 12 | Noon

My Happiness Bears No Relation to Happiness:A Poet's Life in the Palestinian Century  

by Adina Hoffman

A biography of the Palestinian poet Taha Muhammad
Hoffman, an American Jew living in Jerusalem, makes clear that this is not a story about Palestinians alone, as it places Muhammad Ali's life in the
context of the lives of his predecessors and peers.

Alpha House Volunteers Needed
March 9 - 15

TBE & St. Clare's will be providing volunteers for Alpha House the week of March 9-15.  Volunteers needed to:     
- prepare child-friendly meals

-serve/eat dinner, clean up, play with kids from 5:30 pm
-playtime at 7 pm
-spend the night from 8:30 pm to 7 am
-fix, serve, clean up breakfast at 8 am Sunday
Sign Up on poster outside TBE office, at Shabbat services, or by emailing Helena Robinovitz.

Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor

IMPACT Fund Voting

This year, Beth Israel and TBE have teamed up to bring you a collaborative impact grant to engage young Jews in a meaningful way. The Ann Arbor Federation opens the proposals for voting and they remain open through the month of February. The two proposals with the most votes are automatically funded. We need YOU to vote! You can read the proposals and vote by clicking here.


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This link is not active until 30 minutes before the service.

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