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Contact: Rabbi David Krishef
Phone: (616) 949-2840
Fax: (616) 949-6929
Email: Rabbi@AhavasIsraelGR.org
Web Site: www.AhavaslsraelGR.org
An egalitarian synagogue affiliated with
the United Synagogue of Conservative
Judaism. Offers religious services, full
religious school program, adult educa-
tion and library.
Congregation Ahavat Shalom
413 N. Division Street
Traverse City, VI 49684
Contact: Rabbi Stacie Bahle
Phone: (231) 929-4330
Email: finerabbi@aol.com
A warm, caring, independent Jewish con-
gregation joyously dedicated to spirituali-
ty and social action. Full-time rabbi year-
round. Shabbat, holidays, music, children
and adult education. All are welcomed.
Congregation Beth El
311 W. Park St.
Traverse City, MI 49684
Contact: Tobi Karch, president;
Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut
Phone: (231) 946-1913;
(248) 505-8888 cell
Fax: (248) 788-4144
Email: jvplaut@earthlink.net
Web: www.uahcweb.org/mi/te-bethel/
Founded in 1885. Oldest Michigan
building in continuous use. Reform
congregation with bi-monthly services,
High Holiday and festival observances,
Tot Shabbat, religious and Hebrew
school, educational, cultural and com-
munity outreach. Visitors welcome.
Congregation Beth El
2525 Mark Ave.
Windsor, Ontario
Canada, N9E 2W2
Contact: Rabbi Jeffrey Ableser
Phone: (519) 969-2422
Fax: (519) 969-2660
Email: bethel_windsor@on.aibn.com
Web Site: www.Bethelwindsor.ca
Reform Congregation
Congregation Beth Israel
G-5240 Calkins Road
Flint, MI 48532
Contact: Leonard Veizlish
Phone: (810) 732-6310
Fax: (810) 732-6314
Email: cbiflint@tir.com
Web Site: www.cbiflint.org
Congregation B'nai Israel
391 E. Webster Ave.
Vuskegon, VI 49440
Phone: (616) 722-2702
Reform congregation that holds
Shabbat and bar/hat mitzvah services.
Congregation Kehillat Israel
2014 Forest Road
Lansing, MI 48910-3711
Contact: Leon Puttler
Phone: (517) 882-0049; (517) 882-4564
Fax: (517) 882-9270

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