Keep Shabbat for a Soldeir who Can't
Soldiers in the IDF are asking us to keep the Shabbat that they can’t keep, because they are serving on the front lines protecting our country.
Shabbat brings protection and our soldiers are asking for yours.
You will be paired up with a soldier who by video is asking for your partnership
Use this form to select a soldier and watch his video,
then pick a shabbat weekend that you can keep.
HOW: From sunset on Friday to sundown on Saturday…
Prepare your meals before shabbat (Don’t cook)
Stay Close to Home (Don’t Drive)
Set Your Lights Before Shabbat (No electricity)
Light Shabbat Candles
Have a Shabbat Dinner
Light the Way
This Chanuka don't just the light the candles, light the way! Spread Jewish pride and the miracle of Chanuka by lighting in the window facing the street. Post a photo of you and your family lighting by the window, tag AishDetroit on social media and enter a raffle to win great prizes!
Chanuka Mission to the Moonbeams
Join us for a delicious chanukah dinner and games and then hop on the bus and we will make our way to Beaumont Hospital for the mitzvah of Bikur Cholim bringing light and joy to the young patients.
$18 adult/$10 kid/$100 (sponsorship includes 2 tickets)
This cherished tradition started in 2016 by Beaumont Children’s nurses and child life specialists as a way of helping Beaumont’s youngest and bravest patients feel connected to their community.
Each December, community members from across Southeast Michigan visit the Beaumont, Royal Oak campus at approximately 8 p.m. to shine flashlights to remind pediatric patients they aren’t alone and wish them sweet dreams.
Chanukah Lunch 'n Learn
Join us for a delicious lunch , wisdom from Ayala Kohn "My past, my prayer, my passion" The story of the women of Chanukah- what were their passions, and what gave them strength and how we are their legacy. Then a special bracelet making workshop with Lauren Slutsky of Love,Lauren. Everyone will go home with a personalized beaded bracelet. $36
We recently started initiative at AISH called homemade hugs where we prepare chicken soup and challah for people to take home for themselves to deliver to a friend who could use some extra love. This initiative began during covid and by popular demand we have kept the kitchen open and the soup flowing. Send us an email to volunteer make this week's batch or come by and take some home Challah and soup home with you, We are always happy to see you.
S.I.T.E. Aish Sunday School
Aish Sunday School is a fun and engaging program to not only teach your kids Hebrew reading, Hebrew language, and about the Jewish Holidays, but we also infuse Jewish values, nurture their Jewish spirit and help them grow a love of Judaism. Classes are Sunday morning from 9:30-11:45. We start with Rabbi T time for morning prayers, and end with lunch for the whole family. We want you to get to know our teachers, other families during lunch. You will also be ready to tackle the rest of your Sunday with full hearts and bellies!
Each week we start with an engaging and interactive morning prayer service led by Rabbi Tolwin. Our learning continues as we split up into leveled Hebrew reading groups under the guidance of our Kriah specialist Morah Hindy Feldman. Then we join our regular grade level classes to learn about the weekly Torah portion, Jewish Holidays, stories from the Torah, Hebrew language and Jewish values. A light snack is served after reading groups and we commence with family lunch at 11:45 where families are encouraged mingle and enjoy!
Aish Camp - Winter Break!
Kids ages 3-7 have a blast at Aish Camp! Our day is packed with Jewish themed activities, baking, crafts, and so much more!
$300 per week or $85/day
$350 per week or $85/day
All lunch, snacks, drinks, and fun provided!
Early Bird 10% discount before Nov 20
We DO sell out for this camp - make sure to sign up early to ensure a spot for your child.
Aish Gala 2024 Honoring Rabbi Alon Tolwin
Join us this year at the Aish Gala honoring Rabbi Alon Tolwin for his 40 years of servicve to our community. Rabbi Tolwin's impact has been felt by thousdands of people over the years and as he retires this year join us in honoring this great man. Dinner chaired by Mickey Eizelman and Eli Saulson.
Girls on a Mission
"Girls on a Mission" empowers girls 12-15 to use their abilities to serve others and develop their own sense of self. Each session will include a fun act of service, a Torah mini lesson and expose the teens to the wide array of charity organizations that serve our community.Registration fee includes all sessions and a Detroit vs everybody hoodie. $100 for the series.