TBE COVID-19 Policy

As an expression of our religious values and our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our community, Temple Beth Emeth has a COVID-19 Policy. It serves as a guiding policy for various programs at TBE. Masks and vaccinations for those who are eligible are required for all TBE events.

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.

Andrew Lapin - Radioactive

How Father Coughlin Brought Antisemitism and Demagoguery to American Mass Media
Thursday, May 19 at 7 p.m.
REGISTER HERE | Attend via Zoom HERE
During the Great Depression, the most dangerous man in America was a “radio priest” from Detroit. Father Charles Coughlin, a Catholic priest, broadcasting pioneer and celebrity, used his nationwide radio sermons to promote fascism and antisemitic conspiracy theories in the run-up to WWII.


Shabbat Service celebrating TBE School Teachers

Friday, May 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Please join us on Friday, May 20th, to recognize and celebrate the incredible work of all our teachers, and our students, this year!
Shabbat Services begin at 6:30pm
Join us in person or via Zoom: https://templebethemeth.zoom.us/j/95047694340

Adult B'nai Mitzvah & Erev Shavuot

Saturday, June 4 @ 7 p.m.
Registration requested here for the dessert reception.
In Person and available on Zoom HereMasks required.
You are invited to Celebrate Shavuot with the Adult B’nai Mitzvah Class as we culminate our years of study by standing together at Sinai to receive Torah and lead a meaningful and heartfelt service.
The service will be followed by a traditional dairy dessert reception under the TBE tent (weather permitting) prepared by members of the class.

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