PROLOGUE
1ST DETROIT SERVICE
SHULS
1ST HEBREW DELRAY
AARON ISRAEL [STOLINER]
ADAS YESHURN [TYLER]
ADAT SHALOM
AHAVATH ZION
AMARATH TEMPLE
AVAS ACHIM [DELMAR]
AVAS ACHIM 2
BETH AARON
BETH AARON V ISRAEL
BETH ABRAHAM
BETH ABRAHAM 2
B'NAI DAVID
BETH EL [BONSTELLE]
BETH EL
BETH EMMANUEL [TAYLOR]
BETH ITZCHOCK
BETH MOSES
BETH MOSES 2
BETH MOSES [OWEN]
B'NAI MOSHE
BETH SCHMUEL
BETH TICHVAH [PETOSKEY]
BETH YEHUDA
B'NAI ISRAEL
B'NAI ISRAEL 2
B'NAI JACOB
B'NAI JACOB
B'NAI ZION [HUMPHREY]
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
EL MOSHE
EZRAS ACHIM TUROVER
HERES ISRAEL
MISHKAN YISROEL
NUSACH HARI
SHAAREY SHOMAYIM [FENKELL]
SHAAREY TORAH
SHAAREY ZEDEK
SHAAREY ZION [PIGGLY WIGGLY]
TEMPLE ISRAEL
INSTITUTIONS
BETH DAVID CEMETERY
BETH EL ELMWOOD CEMETERY
BETH OLEM CEMETERY
BUTZEL BUILDING
FREE BURIAL ASSN
JCC MEYERS
JCC WOODWARD
JEWISH WELFARE FED
MANUEL URBACH
SHAAREY ZEDEK SCHOOL
SINAI HOSPITAL
THE SCHVITZ
TUSHIYAH UHS
UHS DELMAR
YESHIVA BETH YEHUDA & MOGEN AVROM


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Beth Moses

Evergreen just north of 7 Mile

Now
Second Chapel Hill Missionary Baptist Church
Pastor Robert J. Coverso

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Shared Memories of Beth Moses [Evergreen]

I attended (believe it or not) pre-school in this building for a year. It would have been my second year of pre-school, so I must have been 4 years old...about 1965. We lived at Rosemary and Marlow and Oak Park, not far from 9 mile and Coolidge. Even though we were members at Temple Israel on Manderson Road, Beth Abraham must have been a far more convenient alternative for my stay at home mom.AZA, boys youth group of the BBYO, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization met here. I was a member of the Alexander B. Goode Chapter, AZA. We met here in the late 1950s, when the building was quite new. The boys were mostly from Mumford High School, but some of us were from other schools such as Cass Tech., MacKenzie, etc.
NN

As I recall, we were allowed to smoke in our classroom and the meetings were very cloudy. Having asthma, I sat by a window, and even in freezing winter, sucked in cold air to breathe. Al Fink was our adult leader. It was a good time being there. This was way before the flight to the suburbs so everybody lived in Detroit's NW side.
- Arnie P


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