The Detroit Jewish News called it, "The Garden of Inspiration." The architects, Novi-based Great Oaks Landscape who built it appreciate "its innovation and artistic beauty."
The Congregation Beth Ahm community see it and remember the memory of two wonderful parents who believed in and lived the principles of goodness, caring, and generosity.
The Louis and Fay Woll Memorial Bible Garden is believed to be the largest of its kind in Michigan and contains plants mentioned in the Bible in addition to recreating themes from Biblical nature.
The Conservative and egalitarian congregation uses it for "inner reflection, education, special gatherings, and a place to appreciate nature and its connection to Judaism and the Divine."
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