The TBE offices are virtual until further notice. The staff is available for support Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-3pm. (734) 665-4744.

Jewish Prayer: Finding our way into the History, Meaning, and Spirituality of our Worship Service

Starting Thursday, August 12
Please RSVP to rabbiwhinston@templebethemeth.org for either the 10:30 AM and 7:30 PM class – both are the same. In person and Zoom available. 
Join Rabbi Whinston for an ongoing exploration of the individual prayers that constitute the majority of our worship, from Shabbat to High Holy Days. We will look at the rabbinic and biblical source material for the prayers, delve into the deeper meaning, and find the spiritual center of each prayer. Full Details.

WTBE New Year 5782 Card Signup is Now Live!

Sign Up Here.
In celebrating the High Holy Days with our TBE community, Women of Temple Beth Emeth (WTBE) send cards to all members of our congregation to celebrate Rosh Hashanah. Donations of as little as $36 will support this beloved custom and get you listed as a signer on the card, and the proceeds are used to help sponsor special projects during the period of the High Holy Days. Wednesday, August 11, 2021 is the firm deadline for submitting the form.

WTBE Gift Shop to Reopen for In-Person Shopping!

WTBE Gift Shop to Reopen for In-Person Shopping!

Starting August 20, each Friday from 6:30-7:30 pm
We are delighted to announce that, with the resumption of clergy-led services, the WTBE Gift Shop will be open, live and in-person. This timing will allow everyone three weeks to stock up on High Holy Day supplies as well as other ritual items. We have just received new stocks of shofarot, and now have large and small kosher varieties as well as vegan and toy options. In addition, we are still your only local source for mezuzot, tallitot, and Shabbat candles (or candleholders). We have new stocks of these items available now. Contact Ava Adler for details or to purchase.

Temple Beth Emeth Statement on Racism
The Congregation of Temple Beth Emeth affirms that racial justice is a Jewish issue.* We believe in the Jewish value of B’tzelem Elohim, that we are all made in the image of the Divine, deserving of love, safety and respect.  Our society is built upon and sustained by racial bias, thus implicating our spiritual home as well. Through education and action, we will examine the impact of our biases on people of color, both within our Jewish community and beyond, and we will work to create a more inclusive community. Our prayer is that we will individually and collectively do our part to eliminate the plague of racism. For more information, please see the Racial Justice Page. *Racial Justice is a Jewish Issue by April Baskin