Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor Orthodox Minyan
An Orthodox congregation in Ann Arbor
Beth Israel Congregation

A Conservative synagogue which strivesto be a vital presence in the spiritual, social and educational lives of its members
Brit Tzedek v’Shalom

The Ann Arbor chapterofa national organization of American Jews deeply committed to Israel’s well-being through the achievement of a negotiated settlement to the long-standing Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Chabad House at University of Michigan

The Chabad-Lubavitch chapter in Ann Arbor
Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor

A Conservative day school which seeks to nurturethe development of knowledgeable, caring and committed Jewish children in a dynamic learning environment

JCC of Washtenaw County
Initiates community-wide programs, brings together a diverse Jewish population, serves as a Jewish meeting place for all organizations and prepares Jews to assume leadership positions

Jewish Cultural Society
A Humanistic organization which aims to broaden the scope of Jewish learning by emphasizing Jewish history and culture rather than religious practice
Jewish Family Services

Dedicated to improving lives and enhancing the well being of those in the community
Jewish Federation of Washtenaw County

A central community institution that raises and allocates an annual campaign to meet the needs of Jews overseas and to support more than a dozen local agencies and programs

Pardes Hannah
The Jewish Renewal community in Ann Arbor

Temple Beth Emeth
A Reform synagogue committed to creating a spirit of a warm, caring community for its members

University of Michigan Hillel
The UM chapter of Hillel, a Jewish campus organization

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