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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. 


B'nai Moshe In-Person Services - June 5


Consistent with current law/guidance and the B’nai Moshe Medical Task Force, a maximum of 25 households who are fully vaccinated, wear face masks, and remain socially distant while in the building may attend Shabbat morning services in-person in the sanctuary.

Pre-registration is required by June 3.



Shabbat Experience -  May 15

The next Shabbat Experience session will be on Saturday, May 15.  We will begin with prayers of gratitude and move on to some interactive learning on  "Akdamut Milin:  Before I begin ...  

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

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. from the most comfortable room in your house!



Tikkun Le'il Shavuot - May 16 at 8 p.m.



We'll join together in the parking lot as sunlight turns to starlight. We'll have a little nosh and embark on a journey of torah study as we celebrate the beginning of the holiday.


Click Here To Register

Spectacular Speaker Series - Put Your Best Brain Forward


How do we keep our brains healthy as we age?

Just like we make time to go to the gym to strengthen our muscles and keep our bodies as healthy and strong as possible, we also need to give our brains regular exercise to fight normal cognitive changes that come with aging in order to optimize our cognitive abilities.  Join Lynn Breuer, LMSW, CHC, CDP and Joely Lyons, LLMSW for a fun, informative and interactive presentation on the aging brain’s health and wellness, including a discussion of lifestyle factors that impact brain health as well as an update on the most recent non-pharmacological interventions. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn about and try evidence informed cognitive training exercises.


Surviving the  Shoah :  Hidden in Plain Sight.  A  Discussion with Chelly Slagter

The Mens Club of B'nai Moshe recently welcomed Chelly Slagter to talk about her experiences of surviving the Shoah as a young girl as she and her siblings were taken to an orphanage across the street from Nazi headquarters and then were secretly taken out at night to safe havens by a righteous gentile.  Plus you'll hear of the amazing story of Chelly's re-connecting with the heroic family who saved her.

If you missed it we have the recording of Chelly's talk with B'nai Moshe.  Just click on the link below:


Surviving the Shoah: Hidden in Plain Sight

We want everyone to remain safe and healthy.

Thu, May 13 2021 2 Sivan 5781