July 05, 2015   18 Tamuz 5775
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FRIDAY SUMMER SHABBAT SERVICES
This past Friday night at Shabbat service at TBE, Rabbi Mark Miller welcomed Pastor Kenneth J. Flowers of Greater New Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, who delivered a sermon on their common need to combat hate, racism and anti-Semitism together.
SUNDAY-MT. MORIAH
Greater New Mt Moriah Missionary Baptist Church welcomed Rabbi Mark Miller and Temple Beth El to pray together for peace, liberty and justice for all.


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Temple Beth El...Our Spirit is Growing!

Temple Beth El is Michigan’s first Jewish congregation and has been a leader in the Reform movement for generations. We will warmly welcome you with moving and innovative services, caring clergy, inspiring music and challenging educational opportunities for the whole family. We have something to offer everyone. Please explore our website, find out more about us and our upcoming events.
 

 

 

Havdallah programs at Shain Park, Birmingham 
More than 75 TBE'ers showed up to eat, play and close out
Shabbat under the summer sky.
The next Havdallah service is scheduled for
July 11, beginning at 6:00 pm.


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