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Congregation B'nai Moshe - 6800 Drake Road - West Bloomfield, MI 48322 - (248) 788-0600 -       

Welcome Home.  We are an inclusive, welcoming, Jewish home that provides meaningful opportunities for building enduring connections to conservative Judaism and to one another. 


Access Your Public Library from Home Workshop

Are your aware of all the things our local public libraries can offer you safely and securely in your own home?

With this workshop facilitated by Sue Kalisky, we will learn how to access E-books, listen to audiobooks, watch movies, listen to music, and read magazines from our home computer, tablets and iPads. 

We are lucky to have some of the best public libraries in the country right in our own backyards and Sue will guide us in making them a part of our homes.

This workshop includes 3 1-hour sessions on October 1, October 16 and October 25 and will be broadcast via zoom. 

Sign up today by CLICKING HERE.

Shabbat Experience -  October  3 and 17

We are thrilled to announce the return of B'nai Moshe's innovative, creative and highly successful Shabbat Experience.

The next Shabbat Experience sessions will be on Saturday, October 3  and we will discuss Hallel:  Joyous Songs for the Festivals.

This informal and informative, spiritual and educational, experiential and participatory way to celebrate Shabbat will be facilitated via zoom video-conferencing.

You be able to join in at 9:30 a.m. from the most comfortable room in your house!


Avodat Tzedek - Work of Justice.  October 5 at 7:30 pm

Recent events have brought systemic racism to the forefront of our collective consciousness. B’nai Moshe is stepping up to advocate for and take action toward building a more just system. In doing so B’nai Moshe has created an ongoing opportunity for education and dialogue in our community on how to effectively contribute to lasting impactful and meaningful change.

This program called “Avodat Tzedek – Work of Justice” is an information exchange, discussion group and will be led by a mental health professional and a community organizer to ensure a safe and respectful environment. We will discuss systemic racism (versus other forms of racism); implicit bias; micro-aggression; Black and Jewish - ways to be more inclusive, inclusive and acknowledging; oppression as it relates to Jewish history and values, and many more subjects. We will look for concrete actions to end racism. It’s not enough to just not be racist. We need to be actively anti-racist.

We meet every other Monday evening and our next gathering is Monday, October 5, at 7:30 pm

Registration is Required.  No need to re-register if already registered.  


Watch an Encore Performance of Cantor Zachary Mondrow



Cantor Mondrow, A native of West Boomfield, Michigan, dubbed “The Cruise Ship Cantor” for his many occasions serving as Cantor for Cunard, Seabourn, Celebrity and Holland America Cruise lines. He is a graduate of the H.L. Miller Cantorial School at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City, Cantor Mondrow also received a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Kalamazoo College in Michigan. Acclaimed by his colleagues as having a rich baritone voice, he has received many awards from the National Association of Teachers of Singing, and has performed as a featured soloist with the Detroit Zamir Chorale. Cantor Mondrow has performed in many cities, including Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Miami, Norfolk, Boston, and Detroit.

He has also appeared as  a featured soloist at Berlin’s National Concert Hall, and Munich’s Herkulessaal (Hercules Hall) during the 2012 Cantor’s Assembly Mission to Germany and on the  2009 Cantors Assembly Mission to Poland , the Yiddish Theatre Concert at the National Yiddish Theatre of Warsaw.

This concert is brought to you due to the generosity of the Nettie A. & Norman Freilich Senior Fund and will be streamed right into your homes.  

Thank you for joining us.



Cantor Earl Berris Retirement Gala

Wed, September 30 2020 12 Tishrei 5781