TBE COVID-19 Policy

In January 2022, the Temple Beth Emeth Board of Directors approved an official TBE COVID-19 Policy (Linked HERE). This policy is an expression of our religious values and our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our community.  Masks and vaccinations for those who are eligible are required for all TBE events. This policy serves as a guiding policy for various programs at TBE. In addition, the Religious & Hebrew School COVID-19 Policy can be found HERE

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.

Women Aging with Attitude!

Wednesdays at Noon starting February 2
A group approach to embracing life’s transitions
Each week will feature enlightening discussion topics, guest speakers, and thought-provoking articles for women who are aging. An 8-week virtual session.
Register HERE for Zoom link and materials.

Books Still Available

The book from the recent event that TBE hosted with Mark Oppenheimer, Squirrel Hill, The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood, is still available for purchase from TBE. You can order it HERE.
Orders can be picked up at Shabbat services or outside the TBE office during business hours, 9-5pm Monday to Thursday or Friday 9-3pm.   

TBE Retreat: Camp Tamarack

Friday, April 29 – Sunday, May 1, 2022
At the Butzel Retreat Center, located approximately 90 minutes from Ann Arbor.
Register Today to Reserve your Spot: https://bit.ly/TBE-Retreat-Camp-Tamarack 
Questions? Contact Cathy Marshall happycath@comcast.net OR Deborah Katz scebbyd@gmail.com. See full FLYER HERE

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