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Help Those on the Front Line 

Medical personnel are working long and exhausting hours with little access to food.

Join B'nai Moshe as we aim to deliver food once a week to those fighting the battle against the Coronavirus. 

Make your donation to Rabbi Kantor's Discretionary Fund and designate it for Food and Love for Medical Heroes.


Remember, we're not stuck at home.  We're safe at home.

One word can make all the difference.

Virtual Video 1st Seder - April 8 at 6 p.m.

We won't let something like the coronavirus keep us from marching towards freedom as a community. After all, we know all about plagues. Join us for a community virtual video first seder on Wednesday evening, April 8 at 6p.m. Best of all, this seder table has seats for everyone.

Please sign up BY CLICKING HERE so we know how many will be joining in the fun. 

We  May be the Family You Just Haven't Met Yet.

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. 


POSTPONED:  Shabbat Experience  

From Marc Sussman:

I am very pleased to announce the beginning of the exciting new program at B’nai Moshe, Experience Shabbat, opened with a rousing success as nearly 100 people have been  energized, spiritually nourished and enlightened by our facilitators Hannah Fine and Marc Sussman.

The next  Shabbat experience will be on Saturday, March 28 as we'll meet in the Cantor Klein Chapel  from   10 a.m. until 11:45 a.m., finishing in time to join the rest of the congregation for our delicious kiddush. Each week, we will focus and discuss two topics, each for approximately 45 minutes.

What it will not be: A traditional prayer service. We will not recite the prayers as set forth in the siddur. It will not be a Torah service. What it will be: An innovative experience designed to help you feel spiritually nourished and fulfilled. We hope that it will be a meaningful interval in your week that will increase your sense of community, a rich gathering that will result in you leaving the synagogue that day feeling like you have spent some time doing something truly worthwhile. It will be come-as-you-are. If that means a dress or suit, fine; if that means more casual attire, fine.  What will we do? We will learn together and from each other. Each week, we will experience the meaning of a specific prayer to discover how prayer is important to each of us. For example, we will explore the meaning of the blessings to have an aliyah to the Torah and how it is done; Ashrei; Friday night and Shabbat Kiddush; Adon Olam; and the Amidah. We will read and translate the Hebrew, and share the concepts in those words. We will teach each other about how we feel about the language of that prayer – do we feel it touches us emotionally; do we agree or disagree with the words; does it spiritually enrich us.

We will raise our voices together in song. We will learn new songs and relearn old ones. We will hum, we will sing nigunim, we will meditate, we will talk about thankfulness. 

We will discuss concepts of Judaism vis-à-vis the natural world; how environmental issues are Jewish issues. If it feels meaningful to the community we build, on some days we will may do yoga; or explore the concept of keeping kosher and what it means to be mindful about what we eat in a world beset by climate change.

We will be guided by the desires of our group in terms of what will be done each time. If someone wants to present a specific topic on a particular day, that will be encouraged.

Most of all, in a world filled with workday responsibilities and pressures, we will seek to renew our souls.

Please mark your calendars to join together on March 28 as we discover, or perhaps even re-discover, prayer and our own prayer experiences as well as experiencing everything surrounding the Torah service with a hands on demonstration. 

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. 

Cantor Earl Berris Retirement Gala


Tue, April 7 2020 13 Nisan 5780