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B'nai Moshe In-Person Services 

Pikuach nefesh, the protection and preservation of life, is a fundamental value of Judaism and of B’nai Moshe. The current public health situation related to the Delta variant - its ease of transmission and its impact on both the vaccinated and unvaccinated, has driven the leadership of B’nai Moshe  to make the prudent decision to implement a face mask requirement at synagogue. 

Effective immediately, face masks are required for all persons attending congregational activities - religious services, meetings, and other in-person activities, regardless of vaccination status. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we navigate these difficult times. 

 

MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES, REGARDLESS OF VACCINATION STATUS

Learn to Line Dance with Dolores!  October 27 @ 7 p.m.

Sisterhood will enjoy a fun evening learning to line dance with Dolores Greenspan and Sisterhood.

 

Wednesday, October 27     at  7 p.m.

 

Dolores is an accomplished dance instructor who has been teaching at the West Bloomfield Rec. Center for over 10 years!

And it's free!

 

For more information and to RSVP CLICK HERE

 

Shabbat Experience -  November 6.  Come as  You Are

The next Shabbat Experience sessions will be on Saturday,  November 6.  We will begin with prayers of gratitude and move on to some interactive learning about Psalm 92:  A psalm for Shabbat.  

This informal and informative, spiritual and educational, experiential and participatory way to celebrate Shabbat will be facilitated in person.

From a Shabbat Experience attendee:  "an open, non-judgmental space of kindness, compassion, warmth and friendliness."  Try it for yourself and see!

Join us at 9:30 a.m. in the chapel.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO BEING TOGETHER IN PERSON AND TRULY FEELING GRATITUDE FOR THE BEAUTY IN THE WORLD IN WHICH WE LIVE. 

Adult Ed - Einstein and the Rabbi - Begins Nov. 3

A bestselling author and rabbi’s profoundly affecting exploration of the meaning and purpose of the soul, inspired by the famous correspondence between Albert Einstein and a grieving rabbi.

“A human being is part of the whole, called by us ‘Universe,’ a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts, and feelings as something separate from the rest—a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness...” —Albert Einstein

Join Rabbi Kantor as he leads us in discussing ways of igniting our souls and elevating our spiritual lives.

Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm beginning November 3

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

Managing Stress in Uncertain Times  - Nov. 16

Navigating through the many challenges this past year and a half has caused an increase in stress for everyone.  And no matter how many times we’ve read books or heard presentations on this topic, we can all learn how to manage our stress better. This workshop focuses on helping people recognize the stress process and learn to interrupt it early in the cycle, before it escalates.  Many individual stress management techniques are discussed, as well as a specific model for understanding the effects of stress on our emotions, our brains and our bodies.

Lynn Breuer, LMSW, CDP is a Certified Health Coach and Director of Community Outreach & Wellness at Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit.  Lynn also serves as adjunct faculty at Madonna University’s School of Social Work. Lynn is currently the Immediate Past President and Board Member of the Senior & Caregiver Resource Network, Past President of the Oakland Senior Services chapter of Local Business Network.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Get to know Cantor Bletstein at Coffee With Cantor B

B'nai Moshe Honors 103 year-old Zoli Rubin on Yom Kippur

So what do you do on Yom Kippur when you want to honor your beloved 103 year-old member, Zoli Rubin, with an aliyah but he finds it difficult to walk up the steps or take the ramp up to the bimah?  Well, you bring the Torah to him, of course! 

B'nai Moshe is proud to have honored Zoli with an aliyah.  In actuality, it was everyone in attendance and online who felt honored.  Zoli, may you live to be 120!  

Wed, October 27 2021 21 Cheshvan 5782