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

Welcome Home.  We are an inclusive family – whether you are Jewish by birth or by choice, new to Judaism or rooted in your beliefs.  We assign no labels and all are invited to join with us in prayer, study, tikun olam, support for Israel and the sacred work of being a Jew. 


Show Your Spirit  at Tailgate Shabbat

Whether you bleed maize and blue or are true to the green and white you'll want to join us for Tailgate Shabbat on the night before the big game.  We'll gather on November 15 for kabbalat shabbat services at 5 p.m. and then follow up with a delicious tailgate dinner of salad, chili dogs, chicken wings , french fries and ice cold beer.

Registration closes on Monday, November 11.  Get your reservation in today!



Ungar Scholar-in-Residence Weekend - December 6 & 7

Congregation B’nai Moshe is delighted to welcome Rabbi Elie Kaunfer as the inaugural speaker of the Sharlene and Seymour Ungar Scholar-in-Residence weekend. This weekend was made possible by the bequest of Seymour and Sharlene, who valued Jewish education.

Rabbi Kaunfer is Executive Director of Mechon Hadar. A Dorot Fellow and Wexner Graduate Fellow, Elie is also co-founder of Kehilat Hadar, one of the first “independent minyanim.” He graduated from Harvard College and received two ordinations, including one from the Jewish Theological Seminary, where he is pursuing a doctorate in liturgy. He was selected as an inaugural AVI CHAI Fellow and is the author of Empowered Judaism: What Independent Minyanim Can Teach Us About Building Vibrant Jewish Communities (Jewish Lights, 2010). Newsweek has named him one of 50 Top Rabbis in America on numerous occasions.

Under the chairmanship of Rabbi Jeremy Yoskowitz, the weekend will consist of a Friday Kabbalat Shabbat service and dinner and introduction of Rabbi Kaunfer; Saturday morning Shabbat services where Rabbi Kaunfer will speak, followed by a lunch and learn.  The weekend will culminate with a mincha/ma’ariv learning  program.   

We also want to thank Seymour and Sharlene’s children, Janice and Joel Ungar, Michele and Arthur Siegal   and Michele and Rabbi Michael Ungar as well as their grandchildren for their support to make this weekend a reality.  Please make every effort to attend each event. 

B'nai Moshe Earns 2019 WB Twp. Best Religious Organization

Each year, in and around the West Bloomfield Township area, the West Bloomfield Township Award Program chooses only the best local businesses. They focus on companies that have demonstrated their ability to use various marketing methods to grow their business in spite of difficult economic times. The companies chosen exemplify the best of small business; often leading through customer service and community involvement.

Our team is now a part of an exclusive group of small businesses that have achieved this selection.   

B'nai Moshe is the ONLY winner in this category in the township. 

B'nai Moshe spotlighted on Channel 2 for HAZON Project 

Congregation B'nai Moshe was a sponsor of HAZON's 4th Annual Michigan Jewish Food Festival.  Our sustainability project was the making of mats made from plastic shopping bags to be donated to homeless shelters.  The mats are lightweight, dry quickly if they get wet and do not attract bedbugs.   So many people were impressed with the project that they offered to learn to crochet in order to help us help the homeless. 

HAZON was so impressed with B'nai Moshe's project that when Channel 2 asked who they should spotlight, they suggested B'nai Moshe!


Chanukah Light Parade

Saturday, December 28 @ 6:00 p.m.

Join in a Community GIANT menorah lighting celebration complete with hayride through the Rolling Oaks Subdivision in Farmington Hills.

There will be a parade of lights, music and singing and we'll end the evening with sweet treat and beverages for all ages. 

Join in the fun of spreading light during the darkest time of the year! 

8th Annual President's Brunch a Huge Success

On Sunday, June 2, B'nai Moshe held its 8th Annual President's Brunch. This black tie affair has become one of B'nai Moshe's most popular events of the year.   It was a morning of wonderful friendship, delicious food provided by Chef Cari Kosher Catering, and fantastic music and entertainment.   It was out-going President Daniel Sperling's last official business of his Presidency as he turns over the reigns of leadership to Dr. Mark Roth.  The fundraising efforts of the President's Brunches have brought in over $300,000.  Todah rabah to all who attended and donated.     


B'nai Moshe Walks for Israel

On a beautiful Sunday afternoon B'nai Moshe showed up and showed our love for Israel in the 15th annual Walk for Israel.  Danny Friedman carries the Israeli flag and Mark Roth and Alan Levenson lead the way for B'nai Moshe.

Tue, November 12 2019 14 Cheshvan 5780