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Temple Beth Emeth
2309 Packard St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 665-4744

Temple Beth El
306 Capital Ave NE
Battle Creek, MI 49017-3922
(269) 963-4921

Shaarey Zedek Congregation
1924 Coolidge Rd.
East Lansing, mi, 48823
351-3570

Temple Beth El     
5150 Calkins Rd
Flint, MI 48532-3403
(810) 720-9494

Temple Emanuel
1715 Fulton St E
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3802
(616) 459-5976

Temple Jacob
Po Box 273
Hancock, MI 49930
(906) 482-3270

Temple Beth El - Alpena
5803 Pine St
Hubbard Lake, MI 49747-9404
(989) 727-3060

Temple Beth Israel
801 W Michigan Ave
Jackson, MI 49202-4103
(517) 784-3862

Temple B'nai Israe
4409 Grand Praire
Kalamazoo, MI 49006
(269) 342-9170

Temple Beth Sholom
PO Box 482
Elm St. and Prairie St
Marquette, MI 49855-0482
(906) 362-3388

Temple Benjamin
PO Box 246
502 North Brown Street
Mount Pleasant, MI 48804-0246
(989) 773-5086

Congregation B'nai Israel
391 W Webster Ave
Muskegon, MI 49440-1234
(231) 722-2702

Temple Emanu-El
14450 W 10 Mile Rd
Oak Park, MI 48237-1438
(248) 967-4020

B'nai Israel Congregation
PO Box 2416
505 Michigan
Petoskey, MI 49770-1916
(231) 347-8740

Congregation Beth El
PO Box 2445
311 Beth El Way
Traverse City, MI 49685-2445
(231) 946-1913

Beth Isaac Synagogue
2730 Edsel St
Trenton, MI 48183-2536
(734) 675-0355

Congregation Shir Tikvah
3900 Northfield Pkwy
Troy, MI 48084-1441
(248) 649-4418

Temple Israel
5725 Walnut Lake Rd
West Bloomfield, MI 48323-2373
(248) 661-5700

Temple Kol Ami
5085 Walnut Lake Rd
West Bloomfield, MI 48323-2456
(248) 661-0040

Temple Shir Shalom
3999 Walnut Lake Rd
West Bloomfield, MI 48323-2768
(248) 737-8700

Chabad-Lubavitch
Chabad House of Ann Arbor
715 Hill Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104 USA
734-995-3276

Chabad-Lubavitch of Bingham Farms
Chabad House
30150 Telegraph Road Suite 117
Bingham Farms, MI 48025-4519 USA
248-354-2388
   
F.R.E.E. Russian Jewry Center
Russian Jewry Center
15700 West 10 Mile Road Suite 217
Southfield, MI 48075-2143 USA
248-833-0018
   
Chabad House of Farmington Hills
Chabad House
32000 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334 USA
248-855-2910
   
Lubavitch Foundation of Michigan
Chabad House
14100 West Nine Mile Road
Oak Park, MI 48237 USA
248-545-0200
   
Beis Chabad of North Oak Park
Synagogue
15401 W. Ten Mile Rd
Oak Park, MI 48237 USA
248-872-8878
   
Lubavitch Outreach
Chabad House
23160 Gardner Street
Oak Park, MI 48237 USA
248-761-2559
   
Oholei Yosef Yitzchak Lubavitch
Day School
14100 W 9 Mile Road
Oak Park, MI 48237-2621 USA
248-541-5441
   
Michigan Jewish Institute
Vocational School
25401 Coolidge Highway
Oak Park, MI 48237-1399 USA
248-414-6900
   
Yeshivas Lubavitch
Yeshivah Gedolah
14000 West 9 Mile Road
Oak Park, MI 48237 USA
248-544-7844
   
Chabad Torah Center of West Bloomfield
Chabad House
5595 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322 USA
248-855-6170
   
The Shul - Jack & Miriam Shenkman Building
Chabad House
6890 W Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322-3032 USA
248-788-4000
   
The Friendship House
Social Services
6894 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322 USA
248-788-8888
   
Friendship Circle
Social Services
6892 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322 USA
248-788-7878
   
Chabad of Novi
Chabad House
42142 Loganberry Ridge N
Novi, MI 48375 USA
248-790-6075
   
Chabad of Commerce
Jewish Community Center
4718 Half Penny Court
Commerce Twp., MI 48382 USA
248-363-3644

Chabad House Lubavitch of Eastern Michigan
Chabad House
5385 Calkins Road
Flint, MI 48532 USA
810-230-0770

Chabad House of Western Michigan
Chabad House
2615 Michigan North East
Grand Rapids, MI 49506 USA
616-957-0770

Chabad House of Greater Lansing
Chabad Lubavitch
540 Elizabeth street
East Lansing 48823    
(517)517-333-0770


Orthodox Judaism
Aish HaTora of Detroit, Michigan
The Bimingham Aish Center
26500 Northwestern Highway, suite 280
Southfield, MI 48076 United States
(248) 936-7200

Ann Arbor Orthodox Minyan
1429 Hill Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 994-5822

Machon L'Torah
The Jewish Network of Michigan
15221 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park, Michigan 48237, USA
(248) 967-0888

Chabad House of Western Michigan
2615 Michigan North East
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
(616) 957-0770

Young Israel of Oak Park
15140 West 10 Mile Road
Oak Park, MI 48237
(248) 967-3655

Young Israel of Southfield
27705 Lahser Road
Southfield, MI 48034
(248) 358-0154

Kehillat Israel Congregation
2014 Forest, Lansing, mi, 48910
(517) 882-0049
 

Why is a Christian website including non-Christians?

It is our belief that Christianity is the best way to be with
God. Jesus has, in a sense, given us a free: “Get out of
jail” card. If we truly repent, and continue doing so until
we are successful and if we believe that Jesus is the road
to salvation. He is truly a direct road to God.

But... it is a little presumptuous of us to think we know
God's plan better than God.  Would we welcome other
faiths into the house of Christ? Yes. But it is God, not us,
that decides how an individual will reach out to Him.
(English syntax Him, not gender Him.)

God does reach into every faith with his message of love
and understanding. Reading the  holiest of books in the
other faiths clearly demonstrates this fact. Each must
reach out to God in sincerity, love, and humility allowing
God to direct each individual to the place He wants that
person to be.

And we must join together with all who search for a
better relationship with God in the fight against those
who are trying to destroy faith and the important values
within.

Loving God is a personal relationship that must be
supported even if we disagree with the theology behind
the practices from a Christian point of view. This is truly
trusting God to make such relationships as he so desires.

In other faiths, there are good people and fallen away
individuals. As for our Jewish brothers and sisters, if
they act a little reserved towards strangers, historically
they have good reason. It may be that there is a genetic
disposition based upon the last 10,000 years.

Each faith have practices and understandings which we,
as Christians, should learn and incorporate into our
own practices so that our travels down the road of our
relationship with God can be truer and more fulfilling.

Let us all offer our strongest blessings to each and offer
support, encouragement, and compassion with anyone's
and everyone's relationship with God and pray that all
of our hearts are open to the true desires of God as He
wishes each of us to follow.
Amen.

 

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