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Congregation B'nai Moshe - 6800 Drake Road - West Bloomfield, MI 48322 - (248) 788-0600 - cbminfo@bnaimoshe.org       

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

 

Experience Shabbat Experience

Join in and Experience a Shabbat Experience like none other.  Saturday, April 20 at 9:30am. 

We begin each Shabbat Experience in song with prayers of gratitude and understanding. 

We then move on to Marc Sussman teaching us deeper insights into "Shema:  Listen!"  

 

 

Sisterhood's Detroit Historical Museum Tour

B'nai Moshe Sisterhood

Invites you to a Docent-led tour

Walk back in time to Detroit's first Jewish enclave on Sunday, May 5 at 1:30 pm.  RSVP ASAP, there are only 18 spots available!

 

Click here for more information

and to sign up.

 

 

In the Neighborhood: Everyday Life on Hastings Street takes visitors on a walk back in history to Hastings Street’s time from 1880-1930 as an enclave for Detroit’s Jewish immigrants, where everyday life was full of the choices, adversities, innovations, triumphs, tensions, and synergies that defined this incomparable place.

Prior to 1930, Hastings Street, which later became a center for Black culture and commerce, was home to many immigrants, including working-class Jews who fled Eastern Europe driven by the terror and violence of antisemitism. This new exhibit, presented by Jewish Historical Society of Michigan, follows Jewish immigrants’ experiences from Europe to Detroit to Hastings Street. A fascinating blend of artifacts and storytelling gives visitors a rare peek into Jewish life of the period.

Yom HaShoah Memorial Service

 

The Conservative Community will be gathering at B'nai Israel Synagogue on

 

Sunday, May 5 at 7:00pm

 

for the reading of Megillat HaShoah, The Holocaust Scroll. 

2nd Annual Online Auction! 

Blood Drive - May 8

B'nai Moshe and B'nai Israel are holding
a Blood Drive on:

Wednesday, May 8 from 2 - 6:30 pm 

at B'nai Moshe.

Did you know that a pint of blood can save the lives of 3 people?  Donations are in high demand and every pint donated will be used in our own community. 

Click the picture and roll up your sleeve to save a life, or two, or three.  

CLICK HERE OR THE PICTURE TO SIGN UP

 

Musical Kabbalat Shabbat - GRADUATION!

Yom Hazikaron Vigil - May 12

Join us for the annual memorial for Yom HaZikaron, as we gather as a united community on Sunday, May 12 at 4:00 pm, to remember the victims of October 7 and the soldiers lost in the ongoing war. This solemn, heartfelt vigil is our chance to ensure their memories are cherished and their sacrifices are not forgotten. 

We will hear a story of bravery and loss from our guest speaker Yadin Gellman, an IDF elite unit hero who was severely wounded on October 7, fighting in Kibbutz Be’eri.   

Hosted by Federation's Israel & Overseas Department, the Michigan Board of Rabbis and the Friends of the IDF, Yom HaZikaron is a moment to grieve, remember and reflect—and to stand in solidarity with Israel and its people.

Please plan to attend by registering today (no walk-ins will be allowed).

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

Sisterhood Book Club - May 13

B'nai Moshe at the Theatre

"The Prom"

B'nai Moshe at the Theatre

 

Join in the fun as we head to the Village Players in Birmingham to see "The Prom" on Sunday, May 19 at 2:00 pm.  RSVP's required by May 1.

 

Click here for more information and to reserve your seat.

 

Yom Ha'Atzmaut - Walk the Zoo In White & Blue 

Tuesday, May 28 from 6 - 9pm let’s celebrate Israel’s 76th Independence Day in a big way—by turning the Detroit Zoo white and blue with a community-wide solidarity walk.  

Now more than ever it’s important to show our support for Israel and its people. So come dressed in your favorite white and blue and get ready for an amazing evening—there's something for everyone. 

We’ll start with an opening ceremony and then walk the zoo for Israel at our own self-guided pace. There will be plenty to see and do along the way including: 

  •  A food tent with all your Israeli favorites (dietary laws observed) 
  • A community fair with Israel-themed crafts, games and more 
  • A scavenger hunt led by our Shinshinim with prizes for everyone 
  • And of course, access to most of the zoo’s indoor and outdoor exhibits 

$18 per Person for Adults (18+)

$7 per Person for Children (4 to 17)

Children Under 4 Are Free

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Calling ALL Graduates!

Honor Someone With a Plaque on a Seat

Thank you for helping me to honor the memory of my parent’s with plaques on seats in the sanctuary.  I miss my folks very much and it’s nice to walk into shul and see their names on those plaques, it comforts me. 

I am glad we added plaques for my grandparents on the seats next to my parents plaques. 

Regards,

Gail Wiener

Wed, April 17 2024 9 Nisan 5784