Today @ CSZ

Congregation Shaarey Zedek is more than a place of worship, it is also home, family and community. Please keep in mind that we are here for you, and we are available through multiple points of contact. Please reach out to us if you need anything!

TODAY’S UPDATE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 • 11 TISHREI 5782

Morning Minyan – 7:30 a.m.
The CSZ Clergy, Gabbaim and lay leaders welcome you for engaging morning services, including a digital minyan for those who are saying kaddish. Join us on Zoom.

Kabbalat Shabbat  – 6:00 p.m.
Kabbalat Shabbat at CSZ is a joyful, musical, prayerful, uplifting, soulful and engaging way to welcome Shabbat. Join Hazzan David Propis on Zoom.

Candle Lighting – 7:22 p.m.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 • 12 TISHREI 5782
Parashat Ha’Azinu

Morning Services – 10:00 a.m.
Join us in person in the Sanctuary, or on our Live Stream or on Zoom 

Bat Mitzvah of Talia Speilmann

Rabbi Yoni Dahlen will offer the Sermon

Shabbat Sponsors:

Hannah and Gordon Moss
In honor of Talia Spielmann’s Bat Mitzvah

Rebecca and Rabbi Aaron Starr, Caleb and Ayal
In celebration of the birthday of their father and grandfather Jim Line

Neil Zechman
Marking the Yahrzeit of his mother Bess Zechman

Bimah Flowers Provided by Miriam and Shaul Spielmann
Proud grandparents of Talia Spielmann

Light Outdoor Kiddish Follows Services

Shabbat Ends – 8:28 p.m.

Havdalah – 8:30 p.m.
The CSZ Clergy help us say goodbye to Shabbat and hello to the new week. Please join us on Zoom.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 • 13 TISHREI 5782

Morning Minyan – 8:30 a.m.
The CSZ Clergy, Gabbaim and lay leaders welcome you for engaging morning services, including a digital minyan for those who are saying kaddish. Join us on Zoom.

Religious School – 9:30 a.m.
The Clergy and staff of the Religious School welcome students to a new year of learning, activities and fun! Join us for a Havdalah under the tent on the William Saulson Pavilion before classes begin.

Beth Olem Cemetery Open – 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
GM Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant, Hamtramck Drive, Detroit, Michigan 48211
Beth Olem is part of the Grounds of GM Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant. Families may access the grave sites of loved ones through the GM plant security gates. For more information, contact the Clover Hill Park Cemetery office at 248.723.8884.

Schmoozin’ in the Sukkah – 12:00 Noon
Join us at the CSZ Sukkah for food, games, making and hanging decorations for the Sukkah, and an opportunity to shake the lulav and etrog. This event is appropriate for all ages, and is open to the community. For more information, contact Ari Reis at areis@shaareyzedek.org or 248.357.5544.

Evening Minyan – 5:00 p.m.
The CSZ Clergy, Gabbaim and lay leaders welcome you for engaging evening services, including a digital minyan for those who are saying kaddish. Join us on Zoom.

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We are pleased to welcome congregants to the CSZ Sanctuary to daven in person on Shabbat mornings. No reservation is necessary. If you prefer to remain in place, you may watch our Shabbat morning services on our Live Stream.

Be one of the Minyanaires! Join us for daily Minyan services, and ensure your fellow congregants are able to say Kaddish. In addition, we would love to offer you an aliyah for any reason – a birthday, anniversary, graduation, retirement, marking the Yahrzeit of a family member, or for no particular reason at all. Our goal is to see each CSZ member honored with an aliyah in 2021. For those who might feel less comfortable, we have plenty of support, including online resources, to walk you through it and help and empower you. Contact the Ritual Committee at ritual@shaareyzedek.org, or if approached by a committee member, please say yes. We promise to help make it a fulfilling experience.

The sacred work of our congregation continues. We are grateful to those who support us, so we can support all of you. To sponsor a Shabbat or Daily Minyan, please contact the Synagogue office at 248.357.5544.

Other Information:

– We are pleased to open up our Shabbat morning services for you to attend in person. In doing so, we want our members to know that we recognize not everyone will be ready to travel or to attend events and services with others. We will maintain as much flexibility as we can, and offer as many options as we can, both for our variable weather, and for proximity.

How to Find…
– Services, Events and Digital Links, click HERE.
– Mazel Tovs, Tributes and Yahrzeit lists, click HERE.
– Sermons on YouTube, click HERE.
– The Rabbis’ Divrei Torah, click HERE.
– How to use Zoom, click HERE.

Live Streaming is courtesy of the Richard and Sharon (z’l) Brown Live Streaming Fund. Click HERE to watch live Shabbat services.

Pick up copies of our prayer books from CSZ – In order to make it easier to accompany our online services, Congregation Shaarey Zedek is now offering synagogue members the opportunity to pick up copies of the books to take home. Simply fill out the form, and we will contact you with a time to come by CSZ for no-contact pick-up of your prayer books. If you cannot get to CSZ, please let us know, and a volunteer will safely drop your books at your door.

With gratitude to Lori Weisberg and Steven Weisberg, and in memory of Henrietta and Alvin Weisberg (z’l), who generously provided prayer books for our Sanctuary, the books are your own to keep, even after we return to our Sanctuary for prayer. Click HERE to reserve your copies.

Order personal copies of our prayer books – New copies of our books are available to purchase from the Rabbinical Assembly website at a discount. Click HERE to order your own copies of the Siddur Sim Shalom and Etz Hayim, and have them delivered to your door so you can more easily follow our virtual services.

Online prayer books are available for you to follow along with our minyan, thanks to the Rabbinical Assembly! We utilize Siddur Sim Shalom. It is recommended that you download weekday morning, weekday afternoon, weekday evening and Shabbat. Click HERE.

Alternately, translinearly transliterated Siddurim created by Hazzan Sarah Alexander are available to download, print, copy:
Sim Shalom pagination – mincha l’chol – 8.5×11
Sim Shalom pagination – maariv l’chol – 8.5×11
Sim Shalom pagination – shacharit l’chol – 8.5×11