September 7, 2017   16 Elul 5777
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SHABBAT 
SHALOM!  
  
Shabbat Ki Tavo
Friday, September 8th 
6 p.m., 
Chapel
Saturday, September 9th 
9:00 a.m.,  Sanctuary
Rabbi Mitch Parker will officiate at Shabbat Morning Services.
Kiddush Lunch is sponsored by B'nai Israel Synagogue Kiddush Lunch Fund in honor of Joseph B. Rose (z"l), and in appreciation for the scholarship fund set up to honor his memory by his family.  Our deepest appreciation to the Rose Family for their commitment to our youth programming, specifically to USY and Kadimah.

ASSISTANCE NEEDED TO POLISH SILVER 
This Sunday Morning, 9/10, following morning minyan.  
Please respond to Roxane  rpida1@yahoo.com.

FAREWELL TO SUMMER, SUNDAY MORNING OUTDOOR MINYAN
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH, 8:30 A.M.
at the home of Joanna and Jay Abramson.  Please rsvp to Mitch if you plan to attend: mitch@bnaiisraelwb.org.


Shofar and mahzor
HIGH HOLIDAYS 5778/2017
If you are interested in joining B'nai Israel 
Synagogue for the High Holidays and are not currently a member, please contact the synagogue for membership information or  Click here for High Holiday Ticket Information.


Lulav and Etrog LULAV AND ETROG ORDER FORM
If you would like to order a lulav and etrog through the synagogue, please click here to download the order form.   ORDERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th.

BI AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

PREPARING FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS
Learning Sessions with rabbis and cantors from the Detroit Community.
7 p.m., Thursday, September 7th
Congregation  Shaarey Zedek.
Two sessions, 7-8 p.m., 8:15 - 9:15 p.m.
Open to the community.  No charge to attend.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE EVENT FLYER and description of classes.

COMMUNITY-WIDE SELICHOT SERVICE
Saturday, September 16th, hosted by Congregation B'nai Moshe.
Program begins at 8:45 p.m.   Click here for more event information.

LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

8-12 Graders Jewish Learning Opportunities Open to the Community 
Beginning Sunday, September 10th
   Learn Hebrew through EMU and earn college credit, Adat Shalom Synagogue
Beginning Monday, September 11th: 
   Nosh and Drash Monday Nights 6:30-8:30 p.m., Adat Shalom Synagogue
       Dinner and Learning
For more information, please contact Melissa Ser: mser@adatshalom.org or 248-626-2153

ADULT EDUCATION
Talmud class with Rabbi Mitch Parker 
Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m., at the synagogue
We are currently studying Brachot, the first section of the Talmud.  Interested?  Contact Rabbi Parker:  rabbi@bnaiisraelwb.org

Mazel Tov 
Happy Birthday!
Birthday Cake
SEPTEMBER BIRTHDAYS
10  Alan Taub  
11 Julia Feber, Bernice Jacobson, Michael Rosen
12 Adam Baruch, Samantha Dines, John Marcotte  
13 Maxwell Rosen, Benjamin Rosenberg
16 Benton Karesh
17 Linda Jacobson, Renee Kozlowski
18 Daniel Chudnow
19 Carol Wiseman
20 David Bernard, Madeline Jacobson, Edith Kozlowski, Samuel Saperstein
23 Jordan Stevenson  
25 Frances Chudnow
26 Howard Friedman
27 Warren Lada

If your birthday or anniversary information is not listed, please  email the synagogue  so we can update our records.
May Their Memories Be For a Blessing 
SEPTEMBER YAHRTZEITS
9/2/2017 (11 Elul)  Ernest Gans, Arthur Markowitz
9/3/2017 (12 Elul)  Alex Kuhn
9/4/2017 (13 Elul)  Pearl Leah Naimark
9/6/2017 (15 Elul) Carl L. Manello
9/8/2017 (17 Elul) Yosef Garber
9/9/2017 (18 Elul) Leo Orel
9/12/2017 (21 Elul) Douglas Cohen
9/15/2017 (24 Elul) Viola Kappy, Lawrence Sklar
9/16/2017 (25 Elul) Lawrence Sklar
9/17/2017 (26 Elul) Ida Goode, Sophie Blau Konek, Robert Nusholtz
9/20/2017 (29 Elul) Malkah Muchkies
9/21/2017 (1 Tishrei) Nathan (Bob) Crone
9/22/2017 (2 Tishrei) Abraham Lewis
9/25/2017 (5 Tishrei) Moishe Haar
9/26/2017 (6 Tishrei) Paul Feiner
9/28/2017 (8 Tishrei) Alvin Martin Friedman
To make a donation to commemorate a yahrtzeit, please click here .  If you are a member of the synagogue and a yahrtzeit for your loved one is not on the list, please contact the synagogue office so we can update our records.   Please click here if you wish to permanently memorialize a loved one by purchasing a yahrtzeit plaque.  
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United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
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