Monthly Archives: June 2013

Shabbat Parashat Pinchas

In all honesty, how sad are you that the Holy Temple is no longer in existence? Certainly, we are sad for the loss of life that occurred during the destruction of Jerusalem. We are sad that our people were exiled … Continue reading

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The Recorder July 2013

Read the July Recorder.

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Children’s Concert at Detroit Zoo

Children’s Concert Wednesday, July 31, 2013, 6:30-8:00pm.  Bring your blankets, pack a kosher picnic and meet us in the Zoo’s Main Picnic Grove to enjoy a concert featuring The Verve Pipe.  The concert is free with Zoo admission, $6 per … Continue reading

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Shabbat Splash!

Shabbat Splash! Friday July, 19 2013.  6:00-7:30pm.  Heritage Park, Farmington Hills, Michigan.  Bring the entire family to a splashtastic pre-Shabbat experiance at the Heritage Park Splash Pad.

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ISRAEL UPDATE June 21, 2013

Iran’s President-elect Rouhani tied to 1994 bombing As the Iranian presidential elections came to a close last week, Hassan Rouhani, a moderate, proved victorious in the election. He has signaled a hope for improved relations with the United States, yet … Continue reading

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Thrilling Thursdays

Come Play! 10am weekly at Congregation Shaarey Zedek.  Children ages 0-5 years bring an adult and join us each Thursday morning for a kid-friendly, creative and innovative experiance.  You won’t want to miss the special costumed characters! All activities are … Continue reading

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Shabbat Parashat Balak

In our parasha Balak, we read about Balaam the prophet being hired by Balak, King of Moab, to curse the Israelites. Along the way, Balaam’s trusted donkey keeps stopping on the road because only he sees an angel of the … Continue reading

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Shabbat Parashat Chukat

Scott and I became good friends in elementary school. While we were much closer when we were younger, we nevertheless retained a friendship through high school. He was one of those guys willing to do anything for a laugh, and, … Continue reading

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Shabbat Parashat Korach

This week’s Torah portion Korach portrays a most serious rebellion as Korach and two members of the tribe of Reuben–Dathan and Abiram–join together to lead an uprising of 250 men against the leadership of Moses and Aaron. Because of this, … Continue reading

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