The Jewish Community Center 6600 W Maple Rd, West Bloomfield, MI48322 The Jewish Community Center is a public facility located in West Bloomfield where people of all ages can come…More together. It offers sports, exercise and recreational activities, cultural events, Jewish education, meeting rooms and a welcoming atmosphere. The Jewish Community Center offers memberships and also has another branch in Oak Park, Michigan. Call the number provided for more information.
Shalom Street 6600 W Maple Rd, West Bloomfield, MI48322 Shalom Street is an interactive Jewish museum. Visitors can explore its more than 30 exhibits showcasing Jewish…More traditions and culture. The museum is also available for children's parties. Booking information and a calendar of upcoming exhibits and events are available on its website.
Bais Chabad Torah Center 5595 W Maple Rd, West Bloomfield, MI48322 This is a popular place for worship and Jewish Torah study, devoid of sects or movements. It is led by Rabbi Elimelech…More Silberberg. Bais Chabad is perhaps most well-known for its Pollack Learning Center, which offers classes on topics of Torah and modern culture in English and Hebrew, as well as the Jewish Women's Center, which offers a wide variety of activities. The library features more than 3,000 titles and there are many classes and activities for young boys.
The Jewish Senior Life Foundation is dedicated to providing programs and services for aging seniors. It manages the…More Jewish Senior Life assisted living facilities network of seven apartments, which include amenities such as health-care management, nutrition, transportation, memory-based care, and cultural activities.
The foundation also helms a program for Holocaust survivors; Carol Rosenberg is the director. The information provided reflects its Edward I. & Freda Fleischman Residence and Louis C. & Edith B. Blumberg Plaza location as well as its administrative office.
Congregation Beth Ahm 5075 W Maple Rd, West Bloomfield, MI48322 Congregation Beth Ahm is a Conservative synagogue with a belief in a common Jewish heritage and a philosophy of equality…More for men and women who participate fully in religious, cultural, educational and social activities of the synagogue. We have a daily morning and evening minyan, multiple family and adult learning programs, active social groups, and a religious school. We celebrate Shabbat, holidays, and lifecycle events and come together in times of need.