Jewish Life in Ann Arbor

Located about 40 miles from Detroit and half an hour from Detroit’s Metro airport, Ann Arbor is a beautiful, safe city with many cultural assets. It has about 6,000 Jewish residents and a full range of religious organizations, mikvah facilities, a Jewish Community Center, a Hebrew Day School and a large Judaica collection in the University library. The Ann Arbor Eruv connects the Michigan Hillel building, where the Ann Arbor Minyan services are held, to several nearby Ann Arbor neighborhoods.

Some helpful links:

The Ann Arbor Eruv

The Jewish Community Center of Washtenaw County

Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor

The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor

Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County

Beth Israel Congregation (Conservative)

Chabad House of Ann Arbor

Temple Beth Emeth (reform)

Ann Arbor Reconstructionist Congregation